VIPmimi.com is revolutionizing content marketing in China through the syndication of exclusive promotional content for lifestyle and travel businesses in China.
Kingsoft Cloud Group, the cloud computing subsidiary of China-based Kingsoft, has marked its formal entry into the enterprise market with a new service to help companies store their data online.
EMC Corporation announced the appointment of Cai Hanhui as its new global vice president and president for China, reporting to Denis Yip, EMC’s global senior vice president and president for Greater China.
Chinese Internet company Tencent has recently started a marketing campaign for its search engine product in Shanghai and this business promotion will be launched in nine cities in China, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Chengdu.
Tmall.com, the B2C section of Alibaba’s Taobao.com website, has published a report stating that its 2012 contract signings and renewals, which were planned to be launched on October 17, 2011, have been postponed.
Chinese B2B e-commerce group Alibaba has completed its acquisition of the traffic statistics service provider CNZZ, marking a crucial step for the group’s layout within the e-commerce industry chain.
China Internet Network Information Center has published the 27th China Internet Development Report, stating that by the end of December 2010, the number of Chinese netizens had reached 457 million, an increase of 73.3 million compared with the same period in 2009.
China’s B2B e-commerce group Alibaba and Shanghai Rural Commercial Bank have reached a comprehensive strategic cooperation agreement to jointly provide services to small- and medium-sized enterprises as well as farmers in rural areas in China.
The People’s Bank of China’s second generation Internet payment system, which is also know as the super online banking system, has been formally launched in Shenzhen, Tianjin, Beijing, and Guangzhou.
Beijing Computing Center and the Chinese server provider Dawning Information Industry Company Ltd. announced that they will work together to establish a cloud computing joint lab to meet the demands of small- and medium-sized enterprises in China.
The B2B2C joint venture established by the Chinese search engine company Baidu and the Japanese e-commerce operator Rakuten has announced that it has formally adopted the Chinese name “Le Ku Tian” as the brand name of its online service platform Rakuten.com.cn, which is currently opened to e-commerce vendors for registration.
Taobao.com, the Chinese Internet shopping website owned by Alibaba Group, and Yahoo Japan, which is held by Japan’s Softbank Group, have reached a strategic cooperation deal.
Aliexpress.com, the newly launched Internet wholesale e-commerce subsidiary of the Chinese B2B e-commerce company Alibaba.com, and the international logistics giant UPS have recently formed a strategic alliance.
To handle the post-crisis credit problems of Chinese small- and medium-sized enterprises, Alibaba.com, the listed unit of the Chinese B2B e-commerce group Alibaba, has launched an entry-level service tool for corporate credit construction and e-commerce.