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Selling to China? Maggie Zhou Says Consumers Want Activewear & Organic Goods

In an exclusive report for Power Retail, Maggie Zhou, the managing director of Alibaba Group (Australia and New Zealand) reveals what Chinese consumers really want from Australian retailers.

April Davis By April Davis | 05 Mar 2019
“International Accounts for 20% of Our Sales”, Timbuk2’s Aussie Plans

Off the back of Timbuk2’s new Melbourne store opening, we sat down with Patti Cazzato, the global bag retailer’s CEO, to learn more about the brand’s international expansion plans.

April Davis By April Davis | 22 Oct 2018
Lorna Jane Looks to China to Capitalise on E-Commerce Growth

Multichannel activewear business, Lorna Jane is preparing to branch further into the lucrative Chinese market after experiencing strong online growth on local platforms like Alibaba’s Tmall.

By Sam McConnell | 27 Sep 2018
What’s Your Best Cross-Border Market?

For Australian e-commerce retailers, the latest statistics on global internet penetration represent a huge opportunity to grow your business internationally.

By Dan Richardson | 21 Feb 2018
Sigma Pharmaceuticals' Entry into China Doubles Expectations

Sigma Pharmaceuticals has posted strong first half results, with its launch into the Chinese market so far exceeding expectations.

By Julian Thumm | 08 Sep 2016
Why Retailers Must Think Global

Whether or not you have plans to explore overseas markets, making sure your e-commerce business is global-ready from the outset will give you a head-start in an increasingly competitive retail world.

By David Bray | 08 Sep 2016
Bellamy's Triples Profit on Strong Demand from China

Bellamy's has posted record revenue and tripled profit on the back of strong demand from China and growth in cross-border e-commerce.

By Julian Thumm | 22 Aug 2016
Pharmacy 4 Less Launches into China

Discount chemist Pharmacy 4 Less has become the latest Australian pharmacy brand to launch into China, looking to capitalise on the growing demand from China for healthcare products.

By Julian Thumm | 15 Aug 2016
China's Cross-Border E-commerce Up 50 Percent

China's cross-border e-commerce has increased by 50 percent over the past year, according to a report from eMarketer, and Aussie retailers are well-positioned to cash in on the growth.

By Julian Thumm | 29 Jun 2016