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  • Will Post-Pandemic Markdowns Hurt Luxury Brands Long-Term?

    Jiaqi Luo  |  
    Luxury houses face a dilemma: Should they make short-term business decisions by discounting goods or defend their brand images for long-term sustainability? Read More
  • Mulberry’s New Marketing Approach in China Might Not Be Enough

    The British luxury brand Mulberry announced that it had chosen the agency ForwardPMX to lead a new “performance marketing program” in China. Read More
  • What Would a Possible Antitrust Investigation into Alipay and WeChat Pay Reveal?

    China’s top antitrust agency is looking into whether to launch a probe into the country’s largest online payment platforms. How would this affect retail? Read More
  • How To Win Over China’s New Investor Class

    COVID-19 has pushed Chinese investor requirements into more impactful directions like sustainability. What else will allow brands to connect with investors? Read More
  • How JD.com Leveraged New Technologies To Overcome COVID-19

    While COVID-19 has been the undoing of many companies worldwide, JD.com’s smart supply chain capabilities has made it foolproof during the pandemic. Read More
  • China Gets Closer to Supply Chain of the Future

    Every company wants to own the supply chain of the future. E-commerce giant JD.com’s tie-up with Li & Fung may well have clinched it. Read More
  • LVMH, Kering, and The New Luxury Strategy Post-COVID-19

    LVMH and Kering released their half-year results, and their revenues and profits fell dramatically. But what does this mean for the luxury industry? Read More
  • Will Virtual Livestreamers Replace Humans In China?

    Virtual livestreamers have done well with anime and gaming-loving Gen Zers on Chinese e-commerce platforms. But can brands leverage this new medium? Read More
  • Hong Kong’s ‘Third Wave’ Of COVID-19 Stalls Its Recovery

    Hong Kong is experiencing another spike in COVID-19 infections, while the city’s retail sales continue to plunge and its tourism economy evaporates. Read More
  • L’Oréal Holds Tight As China Keeps Up Growth

    L’Oréal is expected to outperform the beauty market and return to growth thanks to China’s sharp recovery and e-commerce growth in the first half of 2020. Read More