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    Ecommerce trend in China Web Link by dastagir ahmed Jun 25, 2017 Products Story 0 0

    ECOMMERCE GUIDE IN CHINA 2017-06-01 Category:china One of foreign brands’ main concern when they want to enter the Chinese market is to know which are the best eCommerce platforms. E-COMMERCE IN CHINA INTRODUCTIONE-commerce represents 25% of total Chinese consumption and generated $589 billion in 2015. China surpassed the US, which generated $341.7 billion in the same year. One of the most striking examples is the fact that Alibaba sold more than $14.3 billion in less than 24 hours during the “Single Day” in November 2015, a better performance than the “Black Friday” in the United States.It’s also estimated that mCommerce (eCommerce on smartphones) accounted for half of all eCommerce in China in 2015.With a rising middle class, the demand of better quality goods has also increased. The Chinese purchase more imported goods because they trust them more than local goods in certain categories. Cross-border eCommerce represented 259 billion RMB ($40 billion) in 2015, which is 6% of China’s total consumer eCommerce, with an annual growth of 50%.ECOMMERCE GUIDE IN CHINADifferent platforms allow foreign brands to sell their products in China. However, they all have their specificities that need to be understood.TMALL GLOBALtmall – eCommerce guide in ChinaTmall.com, also called Tian Mao (天猫) in Chinese is China’s biggest B2C online retailer, cousin of Taobao and launched in 2010 by one of the biggest Tech companies in China, Alibaba. It allows foreign and local brands to sell their products. It offers a wide range of products such as apparel, food, shoes, luxury brands, and other types of products. Tmall.com launched a few years ago Tmall Global, which allows foreign brands to register to Tmall and to access to the Chinese market.However, Tmall Global opted for an invitation-only policy. That means qualified merchants are either invited to join the platform or should apply through a certified third party agency (TP). That procedure has complicated the process of setting up a store on the Tmall Global, that is why JD Worldwide is an increasingly more attractive option due to its relative simplicity.Tmall Global mostly targets Corporations that have been operating for more than two years and with annual sales around RMB 100 million ($33 million). They also target B2C overseas businesses; and Brand owners or authorized agencies.The platform provides various marketing tools to help increase traffic and generate sales, they can also provide warehouse service (a Chinese adress is required).DIFFERENT ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS ARE NECESSARY TO OPEN A TMALL SHOP: A registered corporate entity outside Mainland China.Retail and trade qualifications overseas.Be the brand owner or authorized agency or possess the purchase voucher.Possess the relevant stock certificate.THE RELATED COSTS CAN PREVENT SOME COMPANIES FROM OPERATING ON THE PLATFORM: Security Deposit—RMB 150,000 ($23,000).Technical Fee—RMB30,000 ($4600) or RMB 60,000 ($92,000), per year, depending on the type of store.Commission—0.5% to 5 percent, depending on the type of store + 1% Alipay fee.Tmall Printscreen Ecommerce Guide in ChinaJD WORLDWIDEJD is China’s largest online direct sales platform. The company owns and operates seven fulfillment centers and 166 warehouses in 44 cities. It also has around 4,000 delivery stations in China. JD allows sellers to open individual shopfronts and is licensed to import food, beverage products, apparel and shoes directly from foreign countries.Like Tmall, JD opened a cross-border service, JD Worldwide, which enables foreign merchants to sell directly to Chinese consumers without a Chinese address. JD Worldwide communicates on its powerful logistics network (with its warehouses or JD’s same-day and next-day delivery programs, for example) and on its zero-tolerance policy towards counterfeit products, which are a big issue in China. JD dominates fields like home appliances and consumer electronics in China.DIFFERENT ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS, SIMILAR TO THOSE OF TMALL, ARE ALSO NECESSARY TO OPERATE WITH JD WORLDWIDE: Registered corporate identity outside mainland China, with registration capital of over RMB500,000 ($76,000).Retail and trade qualifications overseas.Be the brand owner or authorized agency or possess the purchase voucher.Possess the relevant stock certificates.THREE MODES OF OPERATIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR FOREIGN BRANDS: Franchising Business Partner—This allows vendors to build a JD store and to use JD warehouses to store their own products. JD assumes full responsibility for warehousing, delivery and customer service. Which is a good thing for merchants!Licensing Business Partner—Merchants can set up store and complete packaging in order to ship the order. JD will supervise customer service and process invoices.Self Operation Partner—Merchants can sell on the JD platform. However, warehousing and delivery must be handled by the merchants themselves.SUCH AS TMALL, DIFFERENT COSTS ARE NECESSARY TO BE PRESENT ON JD WORLDWIDE: Security Deposit—RMB10,000 ($1,500) to RMB15,000 ($2300), depending on the product category.Technical Fee—RMB1,000 ($150) per year.Commission—3 to 10% + 0.85%if the JD shipping service is usedJD – Ecommerce Guide in ChinaYIHAODIAN (YHD)Yihaodian is China’s largest online retailer of food and beverages, stocking over 8 million SKUs (Stock Keeping Units). The platform is owned by Wal-Mart, the US retail giant, and is licensed to import food and beverage products directly from foreign countries.In 2013, Yihaodian sold approximately 250 million imported items. With a similar logistics system to JD, Yihaodian owns 7 warehouses and operates more than 200 distribution centers in 40 cities.Yihaodian allows foreign enterprises to sell tax-free and to be exempt from China’s domestic product standards through “cross-border ‘e-commerce. Enterprises are often free from VAT, license/permit and Chinese label requirements. Thus, the platform is a great opportunity for fresh food and beverage foreign merchants.LIKE TMALL AND JD, SEVERAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS ARE NECESSARY TO USE THE PLATFORM: Applicant must be a Chinese mainland-incorporated enterprise.Possess relevant tax registration certificate (either national tax or local tax).Current business license which passes annual inspection.Possess relevant trademark registration certificate or a notice of acceptance of application for trademark registration.Declaration of imported goods should be issued by Chinese Customs within two years of application; and Inspection certificate issued by Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau within two years of application.THE COSTS FOR THE PLATFORM ARE: Security Deposit—RMB 60,000 ($10,000)—RMB 90,000 ($15,000).Technical Fee—RMB 8,880 ($1,361) per year.Commission—1 to 6% + 1% Alipay fee.Foreign brands must then choose the best platform for their products. They have to see in which fields the website is best at (Food & Beverages for Yihaodian, electronic devices for JD…), but also the prices and the option they might choose (Franchise, License…).WECHAT STOREIn 2017, it starts to be Popular to have a wechat Store and start doing Business among your followers. it is close circle but convenient for users. More information on this articleWechat Store – E-Commerce Guide in ChinaTAOBAOAmong Tmall , Taobao still exist and offer good solution for small and Medium Companies that have low budget.YOU WANT TO SELL IN CHINA ?You want to develop your E-Commerce in China, we can help you. We are an eCommerce Agency in China and help International Brands like you to develop their business in China.In China, everything is different, complicated and a (good) agency can help you to save a lot of time and avoid mistakes.Contact us to set up your e-commerce store in China and further contact us to set up a company in china

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    Smartphone Filmmaking & Social Media Content Production Workshop Discussion by Max Schleser Jun 15, 2017 Products Adobe Premiere Pro Premiere Clip Story
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    Booking via: https://smartphonefilmmakingworkshop.eventbrite.com.au The Mobile Innovation Network Australasia, MINA, will run a Smartphone Filmmaking & Social Media Content Production workshop for creatives, professionals, community groups & organisations and anyone with a smartphone. Explore how you can use apps like Filmic Pro, Luma Touch and Instagram video to tell interesting stories through editing, sound, and creative filmmaking on any smartphone or pocket camera. The first workshop day will be a general introduction and the second day a mentoring session. You can see what gear filmmakers use for short and feature films. We will discuss creative processes in narrative, experimental and documentaries. The second session will develop an outline suited to your skills and interest. Adrian, Tania, Corinne, Patrick, Marsha, Dean and Max will give you an overview of the many styles and techniques used to create films using smartphones. They will explore the ideas, scripting, shooting and editing processes to enable you to produce your own film; whether it’s a promotional video, experimental film or the next viral hit. www.mina.pro / https://filmfreeway.com/festival/MINA >> The workshop fee will support the MINA screening in OCT 2017 @ ACMI > Tea & coffee included / All participants receive a copy of Filmic Pro > All participants will receive a ticket for the MINA screening & complimentary submission to MINA film festival >> Award-winning filmmakers will run the workshop. https://smartphonefilmmakingworkshop.eventbrite.com.au

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    I would love to know more about what is out there and what teachers are using. I know that it might be too expensive right now to use AR, but I hope that there is something that can help the students get on board with using technology to learn. Are there an Adobe tools that can help with this process?

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