Results for Close Silently Exits Aussie Waters

Commerce platform,, has left Australia after only 15 months due to losses, while strengthening relationships with NZ fresh produce distributors.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 09 May 2019
Amazon Calls it Quits in China

After over a decade of trying to make its mark in China, Amazon has announced that it will be closing, focusing its efforts elsewhere.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 22 Apr 2019
JD.Com to Open Store on Google Express

JD.Com has quietly launched an e-commerce store on Google Express, which is believed to be part of the company’s ongoing relationship with Alphabet Inc.

April Davis By April Davis | 06 Mar 2019
Pharmacy 4 Less to Expand Online Operations in China

Pharmacy 4 Less has reportedly signed a deal with JD.Com’s e-commerce business to expand its existing cross-border operations.

April Davis By April Davis | 18 Dec 2018, Google Plot US Expansion

Despite escalating trade wars between China and the US that will likely inflate shipping costs and place hefty levies on imported goods, is planning to break into the US market.

April Davis By April Davis | 22 Oct 2018
Glass of Benfords? Chinese Marketplace told to "Stick to Law"

From stock market star to laughing stock: how copycat, 'shanzai', and counterfeit goods landed Chinese marketplace Pinduoduo in hot water.

Natasha Sholl By Natasha Sholl | 07 Aug 2018
Alibaba’s Market Dominance Threatened by Niche Players

New research from eMarketer reveals that Alibaba’s dominance in China might not be as untouchable as it seems, as niche players start to rise up to take their share of the e-commerce pie.

April Davis By April Davis | 12 Jul 2018
Alibaba Wants a Robot to Write Your Product Descriptions

According to Alibaba, its new artificial intelligence (AI) copywriting tool can produce 20,000 lines of product copy each second.

April Davis By April Davis | 05 Jul 2018
Amazon, JD.Com and Alibaba Drive Increase in Retail Brand Value

A new global report has revealed that retail brand value has risen 35 percent across the globe, with online marketplaces like Amazon, Alibaba and JD.Com driving the growth.

April Davis By April Davis | 03 Jul 2018