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AU$ Online Retail Sales in First Half of 2015


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We take the pain out of expanding into emerging markets

Sales Distribution

Exposing your brand to customers in China

Brand Strategy & Marketing

Develop brand strategy, manage social media,connect influencers, SEO, SEM, for the Chinese market


We help your brand connect with your customers in their native tongue

Web Development

Website development and maintenance

Warehousing & Logistics

Australian and Chinese based warehouses for order fulfillment

IP & Trademarking

Helping you protect your brand identity in China

Compliance & Labelling

Ensuring your product packaging is compliant

Customer service

Our own Mandarin speaking customer service team will communicate with your customers

5 Benefits of Chinese Bonded Warehouses

In 2015, 32% of all digital shoppers in China made cross-border purchases. With more than 331 million Chinese shoppers on the Internet, that’s an impressive number of cross-border shoppers. But it wasn’t until 2013, when China piloted cross-border foreign exchange...
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Alibaba Group to Increase Investment in India

  Alibaba Group, China’s largest e-commerce company, is looking to up its footprint in the budding Indian online marketplace. India’s e-commerce market is expected to grow to $103 billion by March 2020, from $26 billion, according to Goldman Sachs. And the number...
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Smartphone Leaders in China: 2015 Analytics

China’s mobile phone market is the largest in the world. In 2015, it accounted for a third of all smartphone sales worldwide according to The Guardian, with 427.6 million smartphones shipped to China. It’s not surprising considering that 1.29 billion mobile users have...
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Consumer Confidence in China and the Baby Formula Demand

Chinese demand for Australian products has always been high. In fact, since 2009, China has been Australia’s most important export market, according to the Australian Trade Commission report, How Dependent Are Australian Exports on China? In 2013-14, Australia sold...
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Aging China: How Can Brands Get Involved?

By 2030, China will be home to a third of the world’s elderly population or 484 million elderly. In fact, China currently has the world’s fasting growing “silver market,” with 221 million elderly representing 18% of the world’s elderly population according to Emerging...
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Apple Pay Launches in China

Chinese consumers are used to mobile payments. It’s a $90 billion thanks to Alibaba’s Alipay and Tencent’s Tenpay, who own over 92% of the market. In fact, the entire mobile payments market in China is saturated with local companies, but now, there’s a new player in...
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China’s Trend Toward Mobile

In 2013, China became the world’s largest online retail market with total sales reaching $307 billion (USD). Forrester Research predicts that the e-commerce market in China will grow at an annual rate of nearly 20% to reach $1 trillion (USD) by 2019. However, it’s not...
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China E-Commerce by the Numbers

When talking about numbers, there’s no doubt that China will always be impressive. With a total population of 1.371 billion individuals, it doesn’t take many Chinese to reach heights that overwhelm the rest of the world. However, China is particularly notable when it...
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Google? What’s That? Chinese Search Engines Explained

As of 2014, 46.03% of the Chinese population was online. That’s a total of 641 million Internet users, the largest in the world according to Internet Live Stats. It’s an incredible number of people and is undoubtedly responsible for changing the shape of the web. It...
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India E-Commerce: Is It the Next Big Market?

In 2014, e-commerce accounted for 5.9%, or $1.316 trillion, of the total retail market worldwide, according to eMarketer. By 2018, the share is expected to increase to 8.8% or $2.5 trillion. Currently, China and the US lead the global e-commerce market, accounting for...
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