Chinese internet conglomerate Tencent is targeting Australian and New Zealand marketing budgets, offering a suite of digital advertising tools to reach mainland Chinese consumers.  Ian Chan, Head of Business Development, Tencent International Business Group, a division under Tencent Holdings Limited which is responsible for expanding business such as its cloud

Metcash Grocery

Australian grocery wholesaler Metcash has expanded its online presence in China, opening an online store for its convenience brand, Fresh Pantry. The new store on JD Worldwide marks Fresh Pantry’s first entry into China. The brand currently has two physical Fresh Pantry stores in Australia with 10 scheduled to open later

cows, Australia, agriculture, farm

Chinese ecommerce giant JD.com is partnering with Australian beef exporter InterAgri to launch a blockchain-enabled traceability system aimed at providing greater transparency about the provenance of beef sold in China. InterAgri also plans to sells premium Pure Black Angus Beef sourced from Australian farmers to Chinese consumers via JD.com. The new

Chinese ecommerce giant JD.com has raised $2.5 billion for its logistics subsidiary. JD.com has been operating its self-owned logistics system since 2007 and established JD Logistics as a stand-alone subsidiary in April 2017. WHICH-50 Reader Survey: Help us improve Which-50 by taking our annual reader survey. You can also win

Chinese ecommerce giant JD.com is opening its first Australian office in Melbourne later this month. Similar to Alibaba which opened an office in Melbourne 12 months ago, JD’s operations will focus on getting Australian businesses to list their products on its online marketplace. It’s an opportunity for local brands, franchisees

Daniel Zhang, CEO of Alibaba Group

It’s estimated Amazon’s Prime Day generated $1 billion revenue this year. The question now is, can Jack Ma’s ecommerce giant do that every hour for 24 hours? Now in its 9th year, Singles’ Day, also known as “Double 11”, is already the world’s largest online shopping event and it’s set

Gartner has identified the top 10 digital disruptors in the Asia Pacific region. Lesser known than their Silicon Valley counterparts and rapidly expanding, Australian business leaders ought to familiarise themselves with these companies. “Ignoring them is not an option,” warned CK Lu, research director at Gartner, who presented the list