Founded in 2004, Chinese B2C service 360buy, also known by Jingdong Mall has gone through eight years of bumpy ride. It can hardly generate much revenue even with good reputation and remarkable sales. The service has made some bigger and bolder stride recently to diversify its offerings, like the newly launched digital distribution and travel booking business. Local media Chuangye Bang counted JingDong’s new tricks, let’s take a look at how reliable these new moves could be to contribute to a more positive cash flow in the company’s future operation.

1. App Store

360buy has launched its own app store, offering mobile games and applications. The store has covered almost all major platforms such as PC, Web, Android and iOS, and is now open to 3rd party developers.

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Chelsea Dong

She reads, travels, photographs and writes, with interests in chronicling China tech scene and interpreting how technology disrupts the way people live.