mercredi 5 décembre 2018

Babycare market in China: A Flourish Market

The Chinese baby care market experienced double-digit growth last year driven by dynamic and sustainable factors. In order to capture this large and rapidly growing market, it is important to understand Chinese mothers, who are not only unique in the West but also dynamic within their own demographic group, with significant regional differences. The childcare market, which amounts to 100 billion RMB ($ 14.8 billion), is mainly motivated by the desire of Chinese mothers to exchange for better quality and food security, as well as the population of 56 million children in China and the rapid growth of citizens' income.

The baby care market in China



Based on these enduring factors, the BCG predicts that the baby care market in China will be the largest in the world. (For more information on growing the baby care market in China, including the development of online counseling forums, see the related article "Baby Love".) Take the example of the infant formula (FMI): it ranks first in China (and is the largest market of the IMF in the world) with an estimated market value of $ 7.4 billion. The BCG found that single is more important as a result of China's one-child policy, which often leads to a higher percentage of child-care income than in the Western world. Expenses of Chinese mothers for their babies have increased exponentially and characterize a broader trend in the sector.

The baby-care categories



To better understand the trends in the baby-care categories, such as baby foods and diapers, and explain why consumers choose one brand over another, Nielsen surveyed respondents from 60 countries online, including China, having purchased these products in the last five years. The results reveal important information about the purchase path and identify the most influential online and offline sources in the process. In China, changes in the selective politics of two children, rapid urbanization and confidence in China encouraged the adoption of convenience lifestyles, making infant formula and baby food prepared more desirable.

lundi 3 décembre 2018

China , the world largest Tech Market in the World

the world's largest middle class in the world As noted above, from 2004 to 2007, there was a glimpse of China's economic growth.


But the order of the whole world is more reasonable and interesting for the boom. Since 2007, China has done more than three times the size of this middle class, according to which disposable income has more than $ 10,000 per year.


 The Economic Boom Resolution has created the world's largest middle class in China. And why is it important to people around the world: In the Chinese middle class last year, over 260 billion dollars abroad are overseas, more than any other country, its citizens only 5 % Pass passport Chinese customers have been set to recover markets across the country and abroad. (2) cross border ecommerce is increasing faster than domestic e-commerce To discuss further, how China will affect the Middle East's growing world, thanks to the Internet, remember that their cost is not a way to fix the power. In the last five years, cross-border e-commerce development (consumers in China purchasing goods abroad) got faster than domestic e-commerce.
source https://www.techweeknews.com/2018/11/china-is-most-fascinating-tech-market.html

 ECommerce in China 

The cross border now creates 7% total e-commerce, or $ 100 billion in annual revenue, because China's buyers are trying to buy high-quality products from abroad. The cross border market will be more than $ 140 billion by 2021. Therefore, although they do not always plan to attend China, businesses around the world should think of Chinese consumers. (3) eCommerce goes to the real world China is the world's leading e-commerce market, which has disbursed more than $ 1.1 million in 2017, which is more than twice in the United States. There are more than 500 million online buyers and large metropolitan areas like Beijing and Shanghai, about 90 percent of the residents already shop online. While China e-commerce will still be strong in 20 percent annual growth for the next few years, it can be seen as an applicable market.

dimanche 2 décembre 2018

Dairy Market in China



The CEO of China’s second-largest dairy company describes how data and artificial intelligence are shaking up how he does business. Dairy giids are gaining popularity in the Chinese market. As Chinese market become increasingly concerned about health consumption, Chinese People are willing to pay higher prices for quality dairy products.

Tech Guide to Sell Dairy in China

In China, the extraordinary drain fight is coming. Two opposing powers are setting the pattern. On one hand there is this consistently growing interest of drain, induced by westernization and 30 years of opening approach. Then again, plays this doubt against drain delivered by nearby brands, as the durable consequence of the melamine outrage in 2008 (where 18 neighborhood dairies were caught in the act adding melamine into their crisp drain, causing harm to 300,000 infants’ kidneys): along these lines the Chinese need drain yet lean toward the transported in items.


samedi 1 décembre 2018

Technology is changing Finance in China (smart fintech)


Traditionally, only the investors who have deep pockets can enter the finance and banking services industry but you do not need to worry more about it now.

China's Fintech revolution is potentially "very risky" says Chinese finance president
The number of fintech companies installed in China may become "a very big risk," according to the chairman of the financial investment platform Phoenix Finance.

Speaking at CNBC's East Tech West conference in Nansha District, Guangzhou, China, Vince Zhang said many financial technology companies in the country do not have the necessary controls.
Now in China, they start up focusing on the particular financial services area; you do not need any type of money that traditional institutions are needed and eat them away at the share of a market that was the monopolies of the large level of financial institutions in China. There was a time in past when people lost their trust in banks and welcomed the new and unique services that offer them to get more choice and control personality over it. Through the companies, everything is accomplished online from investing money into bank accounts, transferring to purchasing insurance or ever to get a mortgage loan. You do not need to go anywhere, again and again; you can manage all these things with the help of technology that increases its value. Consumers really like a new shopping form for the services especially because they have an ability and opportunity to compare all the things at one place without going anywhere.
source http://www.electronicdataintelligence.com/technology/technology-is-changing-finance-in-china/


  • Venture Capital:
  • Private Equity
  • In the past, when a person needed a venture capital, they had to select from only two choices that are: 
  • Family
  • Traditional Banking

lundi 12 novembre 2018


Alibaba break China again, through its Singles Day sales record on Sunday. The gross merchandise value (GMV) hit over $30.8 billion in sales in the 24-hour shopping event. That topped the $25.3 billion record set in 2017. Singles Day got off to a strong start with sales hitting $1 billion in one minute and 25 seconds.
Some snapshots from the past 24 hours of my behind the scenes experience as part of the Alibaba “B2B influencers” group: 11.11 gala last night, then seeing the numbers come in at midnight at the media center, touring Hema and having lunch at the Robotic restaurant, and now at the Starbucks Roastery, the largest Starbucks in the world.
It’s been amazing getting a behind the scenes look at these businesses, to hear from executives about their strategies, and to share opinions and have great discussions with the other members of this incredible group of people. Still digesting everything I’m learning.




Alibaba sets a new record in the Bachelor's Day with more than $ 30.8 billion in sales in 24 hours

The gross merchandise value (GMV), a figure that shows sales in the various shopping platforms of the Chinese e-commerce giant, exceeded the record $ 25.3 billion last year, around 5:34 p.m. SIN / HK (4:34 a.m. ET) on Sunday, and kept moving forward for the rest of the day.

In terms of Chinese currency, GMV totaled 213.5 billion yuan, easily surpassing last year's figure of 168.2 billion yuan and representing a year-on-year increase of almost 27 percent. However, that was less than the 39 percent year-on-year growth registered in 2017.
On Sunday, Alibaba tore the sales record of the Bachelor's Day last year, accumulating more than $ 30.8 billion in the 24-hour shopping event.
Employees applaud in front of a screen that shows that Alibaba's sales volume exceeds 213.5 billion yuan (about 30.7 billion US dollars) at 24:00 during the 11.11 Global Shopping Festival of the Alibaba Group on November 12 of 2018 in Shanghai, China. source

Employees applaud in front of a screen that shows that Alibaba's sales volume exceeds 213.5 billion yuan (about 30.7 billion US dollars) at 24:00 during the 11.11 Global Shopping Festival of the Alibaba Group on November 12 of 2018 in Shanghai, China. The gross merchandise value (GMV), a figure that shows sales in the various shopping platforms of the Chinese e-commerce giant, exceeded the record $ 25.3 billion last year, around 5:34 p.m. SIN / HK (4:34 a.m. ET) on Sunday, and kept moving forward for the rest of the day.
In terms of Chinese currency, GMV totaled 213.5 billion yuan, easily surpassing last year's figure of 168.2 billion yuan and representing a year-on-year increase of almost 27 percent. However, that was less than the 39 percent year-on-year growth registered in 2017.

Alibaba's GMV Single Day surpassed last year's figure in terms of yuan before it toppled the dollar record. The Chinese currency is weaker against the dollar than a year ago, which means that more yuan sales are required to obtain the same amount in dollars.

It was the tenth annual Bachelor's Day event, which is also known as the Double 11 shopping festival because it is celebrated on November 11. During the 24-hour period, Alibaba offered huge discounts on its e-commerce sites such as Tmall.
The sales of Alibaba's Singles Day easily exceeded consumer spending during any holiday shopping in the US. UU
The event had a strong start with sales that reached $ 1 billion in one minute and 25 seconds. Just over an hour and sales exceeded $ 10 billion, five minutes and 21 seconds faster than last year. The number of orders for delivery exceeded one billion.

vendredi 9 novembre 2018

in China, you can rent a girlfriend online

Just check this video you will understand. It is Crazzy Asian Boss

 


Are you curious about Chinese people's perspectives from Asia on various cultural and social issues?

big Comments

honestly I think she might just feel awkward because she's being filmed. I would act the same out of nervousness and it might come off as disinterest. She's not sleeping with men and she seems to have enough self respect. Sure she doesn't really care about the men, but if you did you wouldn't be doing this job.
A bit of culture difference explanation: in china , money is above anything, its a national interest, everything is resolved and valued with money. People, friends and family talks about how they or others makes their money at dinner time or any causal conversation all the time. Men pays women to show affection is exactly how it is in China. If you are women and you want to love someone that is poor, your whole family will hate you. If you are men and you can't afford to buy a house (at least) on marriage, you are not gonna get married. People shows off their money to shows their social status. So showing off by paying 30k to her for nothing is actually not that surprising. Some of them earn a ridiculous amount (through legal or mostly illegal means), money is nothing and everything to them. Most men and women are materialistic, that's the culture, and that's why I left China.


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vendredi 19 octobre 2018

Expats Problems in China

Ten things to know before you move to China
Living in a Communist country with drastically different social and moral conventions proved a bumpy ride for Richard Fowler. Here's his advice based on lessons learnt ...

Expats Problem in China 


Expats, China have proven to be a good place to earn money and move up the career ladder, a new global survey showed. But, on the other hand, most of that same group.
The Expat Insider survey for 2015 conducted by InterNations, the world's largest network for people living abroad, says that China is perceived as one of the best destinations in the world for job and professional opportunities. In the Employment and Career subcategory of the Work Abroad Index, China ranked third overall, just behind Malta and the US. UU It is said that expats in China are happy with their payment packages. Three out of four expatriates reported that they were satisfied with their financial situation and almost nine of them said that the disposable income of their home is enough, or even more than enough, in terms of their lifestyles.

Are Expats are too confortable in China 


"China has become a popular destination for those who wish to work abroad," said the organization's co-founder, Malte Zeeck, in the report. "Three out of four respondents in China are generally satisfied with their jobs, and career prospects are also quite high."


For the annual survey, InterNations polled more than 14,300 people in 170 nationalities and live in 195 countries or territories. ECA International. However, the survey also highlighted a common problem. Expats often relate to the local culture and make friends outside of the expatriate community. Only half of respondents say they feel at home in China, and the country ranks 56 out of 64 in the Facility Facility Index.

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See also the Telegraph.

Prepare to get rid of your favorite clichés. After the above, you really need to reconsider how popular your favorite lines of work are, now that you have moved a China. "Why not, it's a free country!" A few months after my publication in China, I was persuaded to abandon this line and find a more appropriate response. "Unfortunately," the need for a socially harmonious society and, therefore, I do not have the same tone. The Chinese do not do modesty For the Chinese, humility is a strange and disconcerting concept. I used to enjoy the two-mile walk from my house in Honqiao to my office in Gubei. To my surprise, some of my colleagues reprimanded me for this seemingly harmless practice: "If you walk, people will think you're poor." To think that you can not afford a car. " 8: Manners make man. The vast majority of Chinese do not do manners. I'm not sure of the reason behind this. Someone once told me that when the communists came to power, Mao described the manners of the bourgeois and, on the contrary, the good times abandoned his manners overnight for a being considered a class enemy.

mercredi 17 octobre 2018

China Startups Ecosystem

China Startups Ecosystem *

have a look on this amazing Video.



How China Went From Copying Tech to Defining It