Consumption Downgrade in China

2018 China GDP September quarter was reported at 6.5% growth rate, significantly slower than the average rate of the past 30 years. Retail shopping has slowed with it. The stock market is slumping. China’s currency has lost some of its value. The trade war launched by US President Trump has left many Chinese feeling less Read more about Consumption Downgrade in China[…]

How brands Adapt to China’s New Retail Era

While the last 2 years have witnessed brutal for brick-and-mortar stores worldwide, China’s retailers have experienced a “new retail” revolution, driving an increasingly stronger national consumption. It is fueled by pioneering technology companies like Tencent, Alibaba, and involves traditional shopping center owners, Wanda, Suning, etc. A key milestone erected near end of 2017, Tencent, Read more about How brands Adapt to China’s New Retail Era[…]