Alibaba (No.2) and JD.com (No.11) have made it into the 2016/2017 BrandZ Top 25 Most Valuable Global Retail Brands.
2016 Digital Power Study offers latest snapshot of China’s e-commerce landscape in the FMCG market and ranking of best e-commerce retailers.
Kantar Retail estimates that the FMCG online B2B market will grow to 330 billion yuan in 2018 from nearly 40 billion yuan in 2016.
China Shopper Report 2016 Vol 2 has found that e-commerce’s FMCG sales growth increasingly comes from eating into offline retailer’s share. Convenience store is the only healthily growing offline retail format.
However, the year-on-year growth rate of 3.6% is still a relatively high increase in recent quarters.
With the emerging of two important new channels – social and video - the linking of brand experiences with immediate opportunities to buy will continue to define, and redefine, e-commerce in China.
Walmart and JD.com announced a series of new ways for customers on last Thursday to provide Chinese consumers access high-quality products from around the world. View more
Revenue grows 59% year-on-year to US$4.8 billion, the highest growth rates since the IPO and beating consensus. View more
Vending machines in China have the potential to generate 100 billion yuan in annual sales by 2020. View more
Chinese consumers’ spending in fast moving consumer goods grows by 4.6% from a year ago, much faster than 2% growth in first quarter. View more
Managing Director, North Asia, Kantar Retail
Bernhard Wessels is the Managing Director, North Asia, Kantar Retail.
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Han Yang is Assistant Consultant of Kantar Retail Market Insights China Team.
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Yvonne Xu is an analyst on the Kantar Retail Market Insights team based in Shanghai.
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