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Reports (Cross-border Ecommerce)

New horizons for marketplaces

8 November 2016, Presentation, Presentation, 30 pages

Still less than a decade old, Airbnb has become a $25.5billion business, with listings in over 191 countries worldwide! Airbnb has made an overwhelming impact in the ‘sharing economy’ and continues to grow at an almost unprecedented rate. Where are the biggest opportunities in the ‘sharing economy’? How has an unbridled commitment to customer engagement and personalisation been instrumental in driving Airbnb’s success? Can the success of Airbnb be emulated in other sectors? What’s on the horizon for this billion-dollar start-up?

Tags: Cross-border Ecommerce, Marketplaces, Community Management, Retail – Generic, Travel, English
Partner: InternetRetailing Events

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Speeding up Market Entry in China

8 November 2016, Presentation, Presentation, 28 pages

For many retailers, China still represents an untapped opportunity. How can British businesses approach the Chinese consumer market? What are the biggest opportunities and potential pitfalls? Join Leah Zhang, to obtain practical, hands on advice about the best way to achieve your business objectives in the lucrative Chinese market!

Tags: Cross-border Ecommerce, Retail – Generic, English
Partner: InternetRetailing Events

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2014-2015 China's Cross-border Ecommerce Development Report

20 July 2016, EBook, Document, pages

Cross-border Ecommerce, as the driving force for the unification of economics, globalization, and global trade, holds significance strategically. Cross-border Ecommerce not only breaks the obstacles for communication between countries, but also leads a revolution for global economics. For enterprises, the openness, variety, and three-dimensional nature of Cross-border Ecommerce opens up many new doors for entering the global market and helps businesses by gaining access to a plethora of resources. For consumers, Cross-border Ecommerce is a great way to gain good quality with competitive price goods from other countries.

The “New Silk Road Economic Belt” and “21st Century Maritime Silk Road” proposed by Chairman Xi Jinpin in September and October 2013, respectively, merged into the “Silk Road Economic Belt”. This economic belt is proof that Cross-border Ecommerce is an unignorably force in modern economics. In the wake of this revolution, China’s Cross-border Ecommerce industry is facing its biggest challenge yet.

The China Cross-border E- Commerce Application Alliances(CCEAA)is a collection of China Cloud Association, China Management Science and Engineering Academic Society, China Mobile Business Application Alliances, Cross-border Ecommerce Research Center of China Ecommerce Association and many other Ecommerce Industrial Parks and Ecommerce enterprises in China. Under guidance of the Ecommerce and information department of Ministry of Commerce of the P. R. China, its main goal is to upgrade the innovativeness of the Cross-border Ecommerce industry, to aid traditional industries in transitioning to the new medium, and to increase the overall competitiveness of the Cross-border electronic commerce industry. CCEAA has already started cooperating with the Ecommerce Europe, CBEC and some other national Ecommerce associations to promote the unity and cooperation between Ecommerce businesses around the world.

To better advance the strategy of “Silk Road Economic Belt” and to advance the development of the Cross-border Ecommerce industry, the CCEAA will start publishing annual publications of the “China Cross-border Ecommerce Industry Development Report” in order to provide a platform for communication and research for engaged in Cross-border Ecommerce organizations throughout the world.

During the editorial process of this report, we have received helpful guidance from the local and central governments of China, and have received the friendly help from Ecommerce Europe, CBEC, Payvision Corporation and many other overseas institutions, providing resources and help. Shanghai Putuo District Middle-ring Business Area especially has lend us a huge helping hand, along with the General Editorial Department and China (Shanghai) Global Ecommerce & Internet Conference’ s cooperation. We would like to show our gratitude to these aforementioned institutions for their help. Due to the current rate of development of the Ecommerce industry, this report (including the example cases) is limited to the current information. Also, due to the limitation of literary skill of our writers, there might be mistakes and/or discrepancies in the content, and we would like to apologize in advance while requesting that readers point out said mistakes and critique the report justly. We will try our best to apply new knowledge and improve our work in the future editions of the report.

Prof. Dr. Tang Bingyong Chairman of China Cross-border Ecommerce Application Appliances

8th November, 2015

Tags: Cross-border Ecommerce, Other, English
Partners: Ecommerce Foundation, CCEAA

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2015-2016 Sino-Russia's Cross-border Ecommerce Development Report

20 July 2016, Analist Report, Document, pages

On June 20th 2015, the Chinese State Council launched the “Guidelines on Inducing Development in the Cross Border Ecommerce Industry” which clearly state that supporting the development of the Ecommerce is beneficial for “Internet + International Business” which can lead to quality imports and exports and induce the development of the Belt and Road.

China and Russia has always been important trade partners. The recent decade was a time period in which continuous trade and growth has been seen for both sides. In the wake of the Belt and Road initiative, trade between China and Russia is projected to be around 200 billion USD by 2020. As an important Ecommerce market in Europe, Russian Ecommerce industry has been growing rapidly over the past years. With an upgrade in the strategic cooperation between China and Russia, a huge opportunity for growth has arrived.

With the government’s support, Cross-border Ecommerce enterprises can develop in a safe and healthy environment, shaping the interactions of the Belt and Road, promoting the congregation of Cross-border Ecommerce enterprises, and assisting in the development of the Belt and Road. The “2015-2016 Sino-Russia Cross-border Ecommerce Development Report” written by the China Cross-border E-Commerce Application Alliance (CCEAA), Department of Commerce of Heilongjiang Province, and Beijing Easepay Ecommerce Co., Ltd. details the state of development in the Ecommerce industry between Russia and China, incorporating research of the core elements of the industry, analyzing the flow of development, and introducing the ideology behind TradeEase while finally giving examples of major cities and enterprises in the Cross-border Ecommerce industry for the reference of the reader. This report has been greatly sponsored and assisted by organizations like Russia Association of Internet-Trade Companies, Ecommerce Foundation, Russian National Association of Mail Order and Distance Selling Trade along with Shanghai Mid-ring Business Area.

China Cross-Border Eommerce Application Alliance (CCEAA) is a collection of China Cloud Association, China Management Science and Engineering Academic Society, China Mobile Business Application Alliances, Cross-border E-commerce Research Center of China E-commerce Association and many other Ecommerce Industrial Parks and Ecommerce enterprises in China. Under the guidance of the E-commerce and Information Department of Ministry of Commerce of the P. R. China, CCEAA aims to bring more innovation to the cross-border Ecommerce industry, to aid traditional industries in transitioning to the new medium, and to increase the overall competitiveness of the cross-border electronic commerce industry. CCEAA has already started cooperating with the Ecommerce Europe, the Ecommerce Foundation, CBEC, AKIT, NORA, National Distance Selling Association and some other national Ecommerce associations to promote the unity and cooperation between Ecommerce businesses around the world.

Prof. Dr. Tang Bingyong Chairman of China Cross-border E-Commerce Application Appliance

8th June, 2016

Tags: Cross-border Ecommerce, Other, English
Partners: Department of Commerce of Heilongjiang Province, Ecommerce Europe, Ecommerce Foundation, National Distance Selling Association(Russia), Beijing Easepay E-Commerce Co., AITC, CCEAA

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2016年全球B2C电子商务报

1 November 2016, Research Study, Document, 104 pages

全球B2C电子商务的产品和服务销售在2015年继续显着增长。与去年相比,它们增长了19.9%,在线营业额为2.3万亿美元。作为一个地区,亚太地区占这一数额的最大份额,其B2C电子商务销售额超过了1万亿美元。从国家方面来看,中国以在线销售总额为7665亿美元,继续拥有最大的B2C电子商务市场。

2016年,预测全球B2C电子商务增长率为17.5%,营业额约为2.7万亿美元。这个巨大的数字从另一个角度来看,它与法国或英国等国家的国内生产总值大致相同。

以上数字都来自于最新的全球B2C电子商务报告2016,内含详细的全球电子商务状态概述。“免费精简版”包括有趣的数据,图表,如B2C电子商务交易,在线购物者人数和跨境与移动电子商务等。此外,此版本包含专家专访和给在线商家的提示和技巧。因此,这份报告对于想将其在线业务扩展到其他国家和希望在那里设立网上商店的公司而言非常值得参中。

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Tags: Cross-border Ecommerce, Retail – Generic, Chinese (Mandarin)
Partners: Asendia, Ingenico, Webhelp, B2C Ecommerce Reports, Ecommerce Foundation, Ecommerce Europe, Global B2C Report, HKFEC

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