Three Lessons from JingDong

Global e-commerce is expected to reach $6.5 trillion in sales by 2024 and Jingdong mall, better known as JD.com, is one of the top six e-commerce players in the world showing a strong growth outlook, according to Activate Tech and Media Outlook’s forecast. JD.com‘s growth is the result of a Read more…

NIO – “Blue Sky Coming”

The EV industry is growing, and, with it, many companies are emerging. Among them, prominent is NIO: a pioneer in China’s premium electric vehicle market. Since 2014, NIO has been designing, manufacturing, and selling vehicles, constantly updating them with next-generation technologies in connectivity, autonomous driving, and artificial intelligence. NIO’s Chinese Read more…

Rebirth of Wuhan

Only a few months prior, China was the world epicenter of Covid-19; now being the only G20 country with positive economic growth in 2020, as estimated by the International Monetary Fund. How did China achieve these results and what will it mean for China itself and the rest of the Read more…

Amazon gives up on China

Amazon, the largest e-commerce marketplace in the world, recently announced that it was closing its e-commerce business in China. In fact, a week ago, the company released a statement saying “We are notifying sellers we will no longer operate a marketplace on Amazon.cn and we will no longer be providing Read more…