By Dan Wilson May 15, 2017 - 7:00 pm

Alibaba makes ecommerce deal with China and Malaysia governments

Asian ecommerce has received a boost after a deal has been struck between Alibaba, Malaysia’s Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) and Hangzhou Municipal Government. They have collectively agreed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to connect so called "e-hubs" under the Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP). The idea

WeChat ecommerce and payments coming to the UK and Europe

The biggest social media platform in China, WeChat, has revealed it will be coming to the UK and other parts of Europe in the not too distant future. They will be opening up their ecommerce platform and payments services to European merchants to sell to

How to work with a factory to manufacture a fashion product, webinar: 4/4/17

Turn an idea into a fashion product with expert help.

Newegg to launch in 20 new countries including China

Newegg have just announced that they will be launching a standalone China Marketplace later this year, which will be the first of a few new Market entries in 2017. They have ambitions to launch in 20 new countries in the course of the next year. Newegg

UK faces €2bn EU fine for Chinese imports

The British government could be fined to compensate France, Germany, Spain and Italy for lost customs revenue, according a report from the European anti-fraud office. The team (referred to as Olaf after its in French, Office de Lutte Anti-Fraude) has made a recommendation that the UK

Amazon struggles in China as eBay has another go

Notoriously, eBay was forced to withdraw from China about a decade ago when it failed to make a serious inroads into ecommerce there after dramatic and significant investment. But now eBay is making another attempt to get its share of Chinese online trade and they're

The Top 5 Ecommerce Markets in the World (Infographic)

If you're planning to expand internationally, it makes sense to attack the countries with the biggest ecommerce shares and know what matters to shoppers in those countries. Lengow have researched the numbers and revealed that the ecommerce market rankings are now led by China followed

The 3 Events that Shaped Chinese Ecommerce in 2016

Following on from her article "Top tips for selling to China", Lengow's Betty Touzeau looks back at 2016 and the events that shaped Chinese ecommerce over the past year: While most Western countries are already well into the new year, China has just celebrated their traditional

Lengow’s Betty Touzeau’s top tips for selling to China

With the Chinese Year just passed, we thought it would be a great time of year to look again at China. Something that's often forgotten is the size of the Chinese community living in the UK and EU and whilst they might follow UK holidays,