At eTail Asia 2017, Ann Wang, General Manager of Performance Advertising Solution, Online Media Group, Tencent, revealed how Chinese brands can succeed amid the country’s online market environment and evolving consumer behaviours.
New global research from PayPal reveals that despite cosmetics cross-border shopping being the most popular in Asia-Pacific, Japanese consumers were found to be least likely to shop online from non-domestic merchants.
Beauty brands in the EU are missing a trick if they avoid using online marketplace Amazon as digital agency L2 says that working with the e-tailer benefits brands by giving them more control over distribution, as well as heightened search visibility and...
Combined sales of cosmetics, perfume and health products make this the fourth largest category, and ecommerce growth in all categories is up 16% for the first half of the year, according to marketing strategies firm E-bit.
German consumers may spend more on cosmetics than any neighbouring market in Europe but there is still a huge gap in the market for beauty firms to sell through digital channels, as e-commerce remains low.
Mobile commerce is set to boost online retail sales making it a very attractive platform for consumer goods, and meaning that beauty brands must start prioritising mobile strategies to reach its audience more effectively.
Olay, L’Oréal Paris and Rejoice emerge as the top three digital beauty brands in China and are tipped to make this status count as the country’s digital and social use has seen growth in the last few years.
In the words of a well-known beverage company, the ‘holidays are coming’, and this presents an opportunity for cosmetics manufacturers to not only sell their products traditionally, but also utilize popular technology available to them to reach the consumer.