WebshopinChina has hit the newsstands again!

WebshopinChina has hit the newsstands again! The largest Dutch business newspaper (FD) published an interesting article about the possibilities and challenges for Dutch companies on the Chinese e-commerce market. WebshopinChina’s

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The challenge in e-commerce is in building market share

The co-founder of WebshopinChina.com, Angela Tabak, has recently been interviewed by BLUEBIZ (KLM’s China Business Club). In this interview, she shared her vision and understanding of China e-commerce. Over the

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Stop Panicking. Launching a Webshop in China is Easier than It Looks.

Stop Panicking. Launching a Webshop in China is Easier than It Looks. Where does a standalone webshop stand in China eCommerce? For many western brands, China could be one of

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The Chinese dream

The Chinese Dream. As mentioned in our previous newsletter we have been selected as the Chairman of the Expert Group China-Ecommerce 2017 initiated by Shopping Tomorrow. And after an exciting month it

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3 things we can still learn from Chinese e-commerce.

Although the Chinese e-commerce market is still relatively young it is noteworthy to mention that it already boasts 379,35 billion euros worth of sales compared to the 272,02 billion of

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How the search for ‘beer’ changed the online world completely.

By now nearly everyone has heard of Alibaba. Perhaps you have ordered from one of their websites, or you are just simply in awe of the behemoth that managed to conquer the global

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The Chinese ‘Super Consumer’

The Chinese ‘Super Consumer’ The Chinese ‘Super Consumer’ is a term that has recently been trending on the Internet, and it is predominantly used to describe Chinese millennials. But who are

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Dutch products via drones to the Chinese countryside

If you are living in one of the big cities in China it has become a lot easier to buy and receive Dutch products from cross-border platforms.  But it is

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Hot off the press: Wechat to expand presence in Europe

Wechat is eying expansion of their services in Europe. The popular Chat app is set to open their first office in the United Kingdom later this year. In addition they

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How Chinese millennials are discovering fitness

Doing business in China goes hand-in-hand with lavish banquets and bottles of Baijiu (Chinese rice wine). Combined with the high level of stress on the work floor has increased the

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