China B2C E-commerce Top 10

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According to China E-commerce Research Center, top 3 positions of e-commerce sites (including marketplace and e-tailer) in 2013 are taken by Tamll (50.1%), JD (22.4%) and Suning (4.9%).

As compared with 2012, the top 4 remains the same. However Vancl slipped 5 positions to number 10, Amazon China rose one position from number 6 to number 5, Newegg dropped out of top 10 and Vip entered top 10 for the first time with 2.3% marketshare.

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China B2C E-commerce Top 10

  1. 1. China B2C E-commerce Top 10 2013 updated
  2. 2. Introduction We’ve done top 10 China B2C E-commerce sites a year ago. But for a country with its economy growing as fast as China, things tend to change a lot over the 12 months period. Top 3 China B2C e-commerce sites are Tmall, JD and Suning with Vancl slipping 5 places to number 10 and Vip becoming the dark horse.
  3. 3. China B2C E-commerce Top 10 - Marketshare According to China E-commerce Research Center, top 3 positions of e-commerce sites (including marketplace and e-tailer) in 2013 are taken by Tamll (50.1%), JD (22.4%) and Suning (4.9%). As compared with 2012, the top 4 remains the same. However Vancl slipped 5 positions to number 10, Amazon China rose one position from number 6 to number 5, Newegg dropped out of top 10 and Vip entered top 10 for the first time with 2.3% marketshare.
  4. 4. No. 1 - Tmall The largest B2C e-commerce marketplace in China.
  5. 5. No. 2 - JD The number 2 B2C e-commerce marketplace in China with its own logistic solution. Primary marketplace for electronics and home electrical appliances.
  6. 6. No. 3 - Suning An e-commerce marketplace started from brick-and-mortar retail stores selling home electrical appliances.
  7. 7. No. 4 - Yixun The e-commerce business arm of Tencent, one of the largest Chinese IT companies and owner of huge popular social media QQ and WeChat.
  8. 8. No. 5 - Amazon The less successful Chinese version of Amazon.
  9. 9. No. 6 - YHD The largest online grocery store in China.
  10. 10. No. 7 - VIP The most successful luxury fashion site in China with flash sales model.
  11. 11. No. 8 - Dangdang Touted as the ‘Chinese Amazon; but struggling to achieve dominance in China. Now another e-commerce marketplace.
  12. 12. No. 9 - Gome Similar to Suning, another brick-and-mortar retailer converted e-commerce marketplace selling mainly home electrical appliances.
  13. 13. No. 10 - Vancl A pure-play e-commerce site turning to marketplace.
  14. 14. A digital link to your business in China
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