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QIAO NEXT INTERACTIVE DIGITAL BUSINESS is our Digital Division to help you to increase your ROI and maximize your brand awareness on China market and abroad.

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Our Main Focus Areas are:

  • Digital Strategy

  • Digital Brand Engagement

  • Digital Marketing

  • Web / Digital Services

  • Mobile & Mobility Services

  • Social Channels & eCommerce

  • eAdvertising / SEO / SEM

  • New Cross-Media Formats & Productions

  • Second-Screen Projects

  • Next B2B Platforms & e-CRM

  • x-Commerce All-in-One infrastructures (e-Commerce, m-Commerce, v-Commerce)

  • Digital Innovative Business

  • Digital Localization / Internationalization

How we works:

Around a global strategy, we combine traditional and innovating marketing, locals and international channels and media, digital and interactive actions.

A teamwork in our local offices to create results on the target markets.

Our Mission: Create Value!


Next B2B - B2C Digital Platforms:

Combining creativity and innovation with results, we create and manage for our clients B2B & B2C platforms and infrastructures as concrete support for their commercial, distribution and trading activities (catalog, payments, logistics, customer care) directly in China.

  • to create new business channels and trading

  • to reduce costs to manage B2B, B2C and  e-Commerce activities

  • optimize business matching and product selection

  • combine real and virtual Showrooms and Catalogs

  • e-Procurement and distribution infrastructures

  • Cloud B2B/B2C Platforms


Our Industry Focus:

  • Corporate / Multinational

  • Food&Beverage

  • Luxury / Fashion / Design

  • Banks / Financial Services

  • High-Tech / Telecommunications

  • Tourism / Hospitality

 

Our Markets:

  • China

  • Europe

Last but not least ..... since 1996 a solid experience to share


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Nov 12
2013

e-Commerce: Couriers to deliver 323 million packages in the first week after Singles Day

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in singleday , Logistic , E-commerce , Delivery , China

Qiao Next Digital

China’s busiest online shopping extravaganza, with retailers offering hefty discounts to lure buyers, was taken up another notch this year. Alibaba-owned Tmall, China's leading B2C e-commerce site, declared a single day turnover of more than 35 billion yuan ($5.75 billion), an 83 percent increase from last year. From Nov 11 to 16, post offices and express companies across the nation will deal with more than 323 million deliveries, according to the State Post Bureau.

Nov 03
2013

2.2 mln Chinese working for e-commerce

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Shopping , jobs , Internet , E-commerce , China

Qiao Next Digital

China e-commerce

More than 2.2 million Chinese are working for the country's rapidly expanding electronic commerce industry as of June, the People's Daily reported Sunday.

The e-commerce sector also helped to create more than 16 million jobs in other industrial sectors, the newspaper quoted statistics released by the China Enterprise Evaluation Association and the China Gold & Silver Trade Center.

Sep 24
2013

China e-commerce Alibaba launches mobile chat app

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in WeChat , Mobile , Internet , E-commerce , China , Chat , App , Alibaba

Qiao Next Digital

China's market for mobile chat applications has never been so crowded especially after Alibaba Group Holding Ltd - the country's largest e-commerce company - officially joined the fray on Monday with the launch of its first social networking app.

The app named Laiwang, which means come and go in Chinese, is the first product unveiled to the public after the company announced an internal restructuring program earlier this month with a strong focus on the mobile Internet business.

Aug 13
2013

e-Commerce: Taobao bans QR codes: a swipe at WeChat?

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in WeChat , Tencent , QR , E-commerce , China , Alibaba

Qiao Next Digital

Over the weekend, Alibaba’s flagship C2C ecommerce platform Taobao circulated a memo to its vendors announcing that QR codes with links to external websites would no longer be allowed.

“We have discovered some sellers are using QR codes with external links to circumvent the normal transaction process,” reads a section of the memo as reprinted on TechWeb. New image uploads with externally-linking QR codes will not be allowed; those vendors who already have uploaded such images to the site have one month to remove them.

Mar 23
2013

E-commerce: Net-A-Porter May Find It Difficult To Cross The Great (Tax) Wall Of China

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Tax , Shipping , E-commerce , China

Qiao Next Digital

As Jing Daily noted last week, the wildly successful Richemont-owned British luxury e-tailer Net-A-Porter is set to launch a Chinese-language version later this month, part of a stronger effort to tap the Asian market that will also see the company open a Hong Kong distribution center. Though Net-A-Porter already has a great deal of operational experience in the Chinese e-tail business, via its one-year-old Outnet.cn site and the leadership of Asia senior vice president Adrienne Ma, the road ahead won’t be easy in China — and not just because of stiff competition from local and international competitors.

According to available information in advance of the official Chinese site launch, Net-A-Porter’s new local version will not accept payment in renminbi, nor will it accept other popular Chinese payment methods like UnionPay or cash-on-delivery. To shop on the site, Chinese consumers must have overseas accounts or accounts in U.S. dollars at mainland banks. Though the site does offer one perk beloved by Chinese luxury e-tail devotees — free shipping — competitors like Neiman Marcus and Yoox offer a range of payment options for Chinese shoppers.

Mar 23
2013

Internet: China Entering E-Commerce And Mobile “Golden Age.”

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Fashion , E-commerce , China , Brand

Qiao Next Digital


E-Commerce Presents Opportunity “To Replace Bricks With Clicks”

Despite the explosive growth of China’s digital space and e-commerce market, the new Fashion supplement to L2 Think Tank‘s Digital IQ Index: China report finds that most Fashion brands remain slow to adapt to the changing tides of Chinese luxury consumption. Although online apparel sales topped US$50 billion in 2012 and are projected to hit three times that by 2016, the supplement points out, only 41 percent of luxury fashion brands offer e-commerce in the country, with a paltry seven doing so on their official sites. This has left a void in the market which multi-brand retailers (both domestic and international) have jumped in to exploit.

Jan 31
2013

E-commerce: China online retail market exceeds 1 trillion yuan

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Retail , Online , Internet , E-commerce , China

Qiao Next Digital

China is approaching a quarter of a billion online shoppers according to data from the China E-Commerce Research Center (CECRC). Recent research shows 247 million online customers in 2012, up 21.7 percent year on year from the 203 million in 2011, and an expected 310 million by the end of 2013.

Moreover, the scale of transactions in the Chinese online retail market in 2012 increased to 1.32 trillion yuan with a year-on-year growth rate of 64.7 percent, accounting for 6.3 percent of the total sales of Chinese social consumption retail goods, increasing from the 4.4 percent in 2011.

Jan 08
2013

E-Commerce: 360buy to run group-buying business independently

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Internet , group-buying , E-commerce , China , 360buy.com

Qiao Next Digital

360buy is upgrading the its group-buying business for independent operation in the future, according to a company announcement on Jan. 7. This follows Chinese group buying companies including 55tuan.com, meituan.com and manzuo.com, announcing successive profitability.

According to the announcement, Zhang Shouchuan, vice chairman of 360buy’s open-to-public platform is taking responsible for the new,separate group-buying business.

Jan 04
2013

E-Commerce & Games: Suning.com to break into web games

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Suning , Internet , Games , E-commerce , China

Qiao Next Digital

Suning.com is reported to be setting foot in the web gaming business, according to DoNews.

At present, Suning.com has reached an agreement with a famous Chinese web game company and thepartnership web game program will soon be officially launched online.

Dec 04
2012

e-Commerce: Taobao clicks in sales of US$159b

Posted by China Media LAB in Tmall , Taobao , Internet , E-commerce , China , Alibaba

China Media LAB

CHINA'S largest e-commerce group yesterday reported record transactions of 1 trillion yuan (US$159 billion) in the first 11 months of this year, or equivalent to 5.4 percent of the country's total retail sales last year.

Alibaba.com said its consumer-to-consumer site Taobao.com achieved 800 billion yuan of sales and the business-to-consumer arm Tmall generated around 200 billion yuan. The total figure nearly doubled that of the whole of 2011.

Nov 22
2012

e-Commerce: EBay backs to Chinese market!!

Posted by China Media LAB in Xiu , Luxury , Internet , Fashion , eBay , E-commerce , China

China Media LAB

ebay - xiu.com ecommerce china

eBay , the world’s leading online marketplace, today announced a new relationship in China with Xiu.com, a leading Chinese online fashion and luxury retailer. Together, eBay and Xiu.com are launching a new and fully localized online shopping experience, called eBay Style that brings the very best of eBay to Chinese consumers, particularly in fashion.

“Our long term vision is to connect Chinese consumers to global products and brands that they want and love in a seamless and safe way. By partnering with Xiu.com we are able to surface our best inventory to Chinese consumers, while providing a simple and easy shopping experience.”

Nov 12
2012

e-Commerce: Singles declare love ... for online shopping

Posted by China Media LAB in Tmall , Single , Internet , E-commerce , China

China Media LAB

THERE was excitement but a little heartache too for millions of bargain hunters yesterday as China's Singles Day evolved into what is probably the world's biggest online shopping event.

The 50,000-plus merchants on Alibaba's consumer-oriented Tmall.com took in 13.2 billion yuan (US$2.1 billion), the company said, after discounts of at least 50 percent were promised on a massive range of goods.

Aug 30
2012

E-Commerce: Suning to acquire Redbaby

Posted by China Media LAB in Suning , Retail , Redbaby , E-commerce

China Media LAB

According to a Netease Tech report, Gong Wenxiang, an e-commerce industry veteran, revealed on August 28 that employees from Chinese consumer electronics and home appliances retailer Suning's (002024.SZ) B2C site Suning.com have been in talks to acquire B2C e-commerce site Redbaby for the past month.

According to Gong, talks between the two companies have progressed to the assessment and due-diligence stage, with a final amount being the sole remaining stage prior to an acquisition.

Aug 20
2012

China E-shopping fuels domestic consumption

Posted by China Media LAB in Internet , GDP , Economy , E-commerce , e-business , China

China Media LAB

But calls are made for it to be better monitored to ensure more fairness

With an Internet population larger than that of the United States and Japan combined, China saw its online shopping maintain an annual growth of 140 percent in sales since 2004, making it a powerhouse in driving up domestic consumption.

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