China’s “re-commerce market” is predicted to reach RMB 1.25 trillion in 2020 as consumers shop for second-hand goods on online marketplaces.
Oyo’s spectacular retreat in China may have some lasting effects on SoftBank. Or it may be just another Tuesday in venture capital land.
A TechNode reporter takes on 30 million Singles Day livestreaming shoppers in a race to buy discount hand cream from the Lipstick King.
Tencent’s sprawling investments across the video game value chain have insulated it from competitors like Netease and Bytedance.
A slew of online services make it possible to do tourism from the safety of your living room—or replicate travel abroad while staying home.
It’s a great time to start a SaaS business in China, says VC principal Joshua Wu, but finding the right sales channels might be a challenge.
Pinduoduo has a revenue problem—the marketing services it relies on to make money simply don’t sell very well. It’s time for a change of strategy.
Bytedance is set to shove Baidu aside as the B in BATs, and is taking a bite out of Tencent’s ad revenue. Why? Its ads are just more effective.
Hungry Panda is exporting the Chinese food delivery model to homesick students abroad. But is it just an overseas clone of Eleme?
In translation from our friends at GQ Reports, a dispatch from the blue collar heroes on the front lines of Wuhan’s battle against coronavirus.