Research and Markets: JD's E-Commerce Strategies

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/2753dp/jds_ecommerce) has announced the addition of the "JD's E-Commerce Strategies" report to their offering.

JD is China's fourth largest Internet company with a market value lower than Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent (collectively referred to as BAT). This report will discuss JD's strategies for e-commerce, mobile commerce, cross border e-commerce, and O2O. Competition and cooperation between JD and BAT as well as how JD has emerged as a new leader in the market originally dominated by BAT will also be analyzed.

List of Topics

- Overview of JD's development, touching on its milestones, business scope, and business performance

- Review of JD's e-commerce strategies, including its self-operated platform and POP (Platform Open Plan); also included are its business flows, logistics, and cash flows

- JD's mobile business deployment, including its cooperation with Tencent and the B2C platform JD Weidian and C2C platform Paipai Weidian

- Outlines of JD's overseas expansion strategies, touching on JD Worldwide department, which brings branded products from worldwide suppliers to Chinese consumers, as well as JD's English and Russian websites for global sales

- Development of JD's O2O strategies, with a comparison between JD and BAT (Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent)

Key Topics Covered:

1. JD's Current Development

1.1 Company Profile

1.2 Milestones

1.3 Business Scope

1.4 Business Performance

2. E-commerce Strategies

2.1 Business Flow: Self-operated and POP Platform

2.2 Logistics: Integrated Warehousing and Distribution

2.3 Cash Flow: Diversified Payment Options

3. Mobile commerce Strategies

3.1 Major Mobile Platforms

3.2 Mobile Shopping Marketplaces

4. Cross-Border E-commerce Strategies

4.1 International Expansion Starts in 2012

4.2 Development Strategies: Expanding from Imports to Exports

4.3 Laying E-commerce Foundation before Establishing Global Logistics

5. O2O Strategies

5.1 Entry into O2O in 2013, Establishment of O2O Subsidiary in 2015

5.2 Main Product: JD Daojia Mobile Application

5.3 Strategies: Create O2O Service Platform with Logistics Advantages

6. Comparison between JD and BAT

6.1 Each Company has Different Advantages

6.2 Competitive and Cooperative Relationships

Companies Mentioned

- Alibaba

- Baidu

- Dalian Wanda Group

- Daojia

- DHL

- Dianping

- Didi Kuaidi

- dilidala.com

- eBay

- Eleme

- Elong

- Hillhouse Capital Management

- Hotel Tonight

- Huang River Investment

- iKnow

- Kuaidadi

- lashou.com

- Manzuo.com

- Max Smart Limited

- Nuomi

- Qiwi

- SPSR

- Tangjiu

- Taobao

- Taodiandian

- Tencent

- Tmall

- Tuniu

- Uber

- Ulmart

- Xiguomao

- Yandex.Money

- Yonghui Supermarket

- Zoneco Grou

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Contacts

Research and Markets
Laura Wood, Senior Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716
Sector: Internet and E-Commerce