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Singles' Day- The World's Most Successful Shopping Event Singles’ Day- The World’s Most Successful Shopping Event

November 29th, 2018

Blame “cuffing season,” the significance of the clock striking midnight on NYE, and the Hallmark-laden Valentine’s Day. From mid-Fall to mid-February society celebrates being a part of a union. Finally in the midst of it all came a shopping holiday...

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  • Internet Retailer and its Online Marketplace DatabaseInternet Retailer and its Online Marketplace DatabaseJanuary 25th, 2018Our lives have become increasingly automated and digitized so it is no surprise that e-commerce has reached an all-time high. At this point, more and more people are purchasing everything from clothing to groceries online. Interestingly enough, consumers are now...
  • Southeast Asia E-Commerce Market to BoomSoutheast Asia E-Commerce Market Set to BoomDecember 24th, 2017Everyone wants to be on the pulse of what is about to happen. When it comes to e-commerce, businesses are keeping close watch over who will have the next boom. At this time, it looks like all signs point to...
  • Single's Day Breaks Records, Not HeartsSingle’s Day Breaks Records, Not HeartsNovember 13th, 2017In the United States the holy grail of retail sales is Black Friday, with Cyber Monday doing the same for the e-commerce sector. While Americans wake up at ungodly hours and fight with other shoppers in the parking lot over places...
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  • Alibaba To Partner With Chinese Retail Chain Bailian GroupFebruary 21st, 2017China’s largest ecommerce retailer, Alibaba, has recently announced a plan to partner with Chinese retail chain Bailian Group. This will be the next step in implementing Alibaba’s online-to-offline strategy. Bailian, headquartered in Shanghai, is one of China’s largest retail chains....
  • Alibaba To Fight Counterfeit Merchandise With New AllianceJanuary 12th, 2017eCommerce giant Alibaba is building an alliance to fight counterfeit merchandise. The company, along with Amway, Canon, Ford and others, is forming a group which will seek legal action against those who attempt to sell counterfeit products. The group is...
  • The Crucial Facts about Multi-Channel Commerce for the Wholesale CompanyNovember 19th, 2015The modern convenience of being able to use technology to place Internet orders for products is fast changing the way people define the customer experience. With applications that allow consumers to shop from items using a mobile device to the...
  • Snapdeal’s New Investment of $100 Million into Advancing TechnologiesAugust 12th, 2015On August 5, 2015, Snapdeal made an announcement that the company would be offering a sizeable $100 million investment to advance technologies over the course of a three-year period: The company’s Bangalore-based Multimedia Research Lab is to see the benefits...
  • Alibaba Acquires 20% of Retail Giant in ChinaAugust 12th, 2015Merchants have an easier time of reaching consumers in China thanks to Alibaba since the company uses the Internet to make such a connection possible. However, Alibaba also remains heavily interested in physical retail locations as well. In fact, the company...
  • BULQ.com | Name Brands – Manifested Lots | All Product Categories from the USAs Largest RetailersView lots online or email help@bulq.com » Lots starting around $100, now available in cases, pallets and multi-pallets! Product Categories include Office Supplies, Computers & Electronics, Home & Garden, Apparel & Accessories, Toys, General Merchandise.
  • America’s Online Sales Opportunity in ChinaJune 12th, 2015The Alibaba Group is becoming a well-known name, and as the group thrives, people are wondering where the company is going in terms of international plans. The buzz is basically a curiosity as to what the group will be using...
  • JD.com Plans to Raise IPO Stock to $1.5 Billion; Alibaba Expected to Follow SuitJanuary 31st, 2014China’s largest online retailer by sales, JD.com (formerly was known as Jingdong Mall and its website as 360buy.com), aims to raise $1.5 billion on its initial public offering stock as they filed with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission....
  • China’s E-Commerce Environment Heating UpJune 3rd, 2011It's getting hard to define e-commerce these days, especially in burgeoning markets like China. From a purely general perspective, China has been engaged in e-commerce for quite some time now - over 10 years - and the Internet has opened a vast array of doors to anyone who has the fortitude to make their move. However, recent attention has turned towards college-level Chinese students who are exhibiting a knack for innovation, at prices that are hard to ignore. At the same time, security scares and risks are holding some of that innovation back. All of this ties neatly into what the future of China's e-commerce boom is predicted to look like for the next 5 years.
  • Alibaba.com Fraud Scandal Shakes the MarketFebruary 21st, 2011HANGZHOU, CHINA - Recently ousted Alibaba.com CEO David Wei and COO “Elvis” Lee have both left the building. While the majority of the western world was sleeping at approximately 4:45pm Beijing time, things were downright explosive on the opposite side of the planet, before most Chinese residents had even begun their Monday evening commute home. News of the pair's abrupt resignation riveted the wholesale, retail, and manufacturer community in what most members of those industries consider the undisputed epicenter of goods, that are exported to the rest of the world.
  • Alibaba.com CEO Fired for Perpetuating Fraud?February 21st, 2011HANGZHOU, CHINA - Alibaba.com Ltd. (1688.HK) made the executive decision today, as Chief Executive Officer David Wei, and Chief Operating Officer “Elvis” Lee, both allegedly resigned due to allegations of fraudulent activity by company officials.
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June 17th, 2019

Creating solutions to consumer’s everyday problems is what establishes a company as a successful product developer. With merely two years in business, the young company Uvicon has created products that have vastly impacted the market. Under the leadership of founder...