Several months ago, QBID represented at least a dozen brands at the China International Beauty Exposition (CIBE), launched our Guangzhou offices, and introduced several of our major brands to our connections at JD.COM and VIP Shop. Download QBID’s September Summary here for an insight.
For non-Chinese speakers, JD can be a difficult platform to navigate.
Take a brief tour of the way in which QBID’s clients are represented in our online store.
The following virtual tour also demonstrates navigation from the local Chinese JD.com platform to JD’s cross-border eCommerce platform JD Worldwide and the relevant country malls.
Founded in 2004, JD.com ecommerce platform has grown at an amazing pace over its first 12 years of operation, and is now the largest e-seller in China. By 2014, the company saw sales of $41.9billion US dollars through its platform, and was the third largest internet company in the world by revenue after Amazon and
In 2015, JD.com launched the JD Worldwide platform to connect international businesses to the Chinese consumer. The JD Worldwide channel was established in response to China’s 2014 Cross-Border eCommerce laws, which relaxed B2C regulation for international eCommerce imports into China.
In June 2015, JD.com founder and CEO Richard Liu visited Australia to launch the JD Worldwide Australia Mall over a series of