Vendors across the board, from apparel to electronics, have taken their business online in China. More brands than ever before are focusing on increasing their online presence, in order to capitalize on the online boom.
The number of internet users in China is expected to surpass 43 percent of its total population by the end of this year. As the trend suggests, a significant number of people are already shopping online—a trend that will likely increase with the influx of smartphones in the Chinese market.
“China has grown tremendously in the past few years in terms of economic development, and the retail market in the country stands in second place globally. The rising disposable income of consumers, and increased online spending will continue to boost the online retail segment through the projected period,” says Faisal Ghaus, Vice President of TechNavio.
In the future, media and social networks will play a crucial role in online retailing, with promotions and publicity through various social platforms influencing online purchase decisions.
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