07 Feb 2017
Indeed, internet commerce has made selling products into mainland China easier than ever before.
" For foreign companies [e-commerce is] a relatively easy route to market."
Peter Osborne, Blackmore’s managing director in Asia
In 2014, the Chinese online market was a sizeable $US21 billion – but it’s expected to grow to $US245 billion by 2020, according to Ken Ma, Alibaba’s head of international business development in the Asia Pacific.
Peter Osborne, Blackmores managing director in Asia says online sales into China in a big part of their business.
“About 80 per cent of our sales in China are online,” he says. “For foreign companies it’s a relatively easy route to market.
Osborne also touched on the importance on marketing on social media in China. Watch the video above to find out more.
Tim Harcourt is the JW Nevile Fellow in Economics at UNSW Business School.
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