E-Commerce in China

Sell your products all the way to China

Contact us


E-Commerce platforms

China has its own e-commerce platforms. Tmall and JD are the main platforms, in which Chinese netizens have trust.

PR & Influencers

Our team will write content in Madarin and choose the right digital press and KOLs according to your brand's plan.

Social commerce

If you want to reach Chinese customers, you need to be present in their digital landscape. They spend a lot of time on social media.


As Google is inaccessible from mainland China, your SEO campaign has to be targeted on Baidu.

Let's Discuss your Project?

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


Thanks to all of our work and our great team we are able to provide you the best advices, adapted to your brand, to guarantee you a good implementation in the Chinese market. Here are some of our case studies.


A different digital landscape

China is the biggest e-commerce market in the world. There are hundreds of thousands of consumers, and its number grows everyday. Chinese spend a lot of their time on e-commerce platforms. Otherwise, they have their own platforms and would rarely buy on a foreign one. They like to buy on Chinese ones because they trust them. They can benefit from the opinion of other shoppers in Chinese. The delivery is also extremely rapid once the products are within China. To make your way into the Chinese platforms, contact us !



Chinese online-sell websites are often a real challenge for directors that are looking to expand in China via digital. Thanks to our experience and numerous cases studies, we have the knowledge to help and guide you with your integration on those platforms. Located in the heart of Shanghai, our team is made of French, British and Chinese experts that know how to manage the Chinese web, and especially e-commerce strategies.

Contact us

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


How to choose between JD and Tmall ?

Once registered on Tmall, the supplier can take care of his “store”. It must manage the promotion of its brand, the delivery of its goods, the management of the customer service etc. So this option is similar to having your own website. However, you benefit from the Tmall interface. This will give you visibility and credibility with Chinese consumers. But you keep control! However, you will not benefit from all the information you might have had with your own website. Many major brands have already chosen this option; Burberry and Estee Lauder are recent examples. JD on the other hand would be seen as a simple store offering a lot of products, as JD takes care of everything. So this option is very convenient! Because once your products are exchanged with JD, your role ends there. JD will buy the product in bulk and take care of the remaining tasks.