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The luxury handbag Company Veranique Zsa, established in London and distributing in Asia from Hong Kong, has opened an online store with TLG Commerce. Its purpose is to reach a wide range of audiences with the powerful LogiCommerce’s eCommerce software. The platform allows combining two marketing models: B2B and B2C in an apparently very simple...
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Carmina Shoemaker is a company started by Matías Pujadas in the year 1866, on the beautiful island of Mallorca. Six generations after, the company is stronger than ever, recognized as a leading high-quality, hand-made shoe company, and with stores in Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Saint Petersburg, Paris, Singapore and Madrid. It has also a strong...
Wechat is the dominant social media platform in China, perhaps the new medium, the new app for the world. What is Wechat Simply, it is a social media app developed by Tencent that is described in Western standards as Whatsapp meets Facebook, meets PayPal, and so much more. It began as mobile only (requiring users...
TLG is proud to announce the development of Herman Miller’s Hong Kong eCommerce website, www.hermanmiller.hk. The iconic brand’s online shop is now fully operative. Herman Miller, a company with over 110 years of history, is major American manufacturer of office furniture with a revenue reaching USD 2.1 billion in 2015. Starting from a small town...
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Alipay, China’s biggest third-party online payment platform, has been recently making several deals to expand its reach into new markets outside China. Thanks to the latest arrangement, The Body Shop will start accepting payments made through Alipay’s mobile wallet in 3 of its brick and mortar stores in London. The Alipay-equipped POS launched on October 1st, in conjunction with the...
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Klasse14,the famous watch brand created in August 2014 in Hong Kong, has recently revamped its international online store thanks to TLG’s eCommerce solution. Klasse14’s website, which has become an overnight sensation in the the Asian market, is a showcase of some of the best ecommerce functionalities offered by TLG’s proprietary software, LogiCommerce An eCommerce to drive sales Thanks to LogiCommerce capabilities and...
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We all are aware of the eCommerce giants globally, Amazon, Alibaba (Tmall, JD, Taobao) in China, Hong Kong and Asia. Most businesses use these channels to increase sales and boost their brand’s presence. However, the draw backs are: No control over customer data or data analytics Inability to upsell and gain proper margin with different...
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With Oculus, Samsung, Sony, Google and Xiaomi all competing for positions in the market, VR is rapidly growing. Researchers predicted that there will be 2 million—non-Google Cardboard—virtual reality headsets in consumers’ hands by the end of this year and 36.9 million by the end of 2020. It is estimated that the VR industry will be...
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Wechat just reached a milestone of over 800 million monthly active users in Q2, up from 762 million in Q1. The data was disclosed by Tencent, the tech giant which owns Wechat, and reported by various Chinese news outlets. Along with the monthly users, Tencent grew in advertising sales revenue, reaching 6.5 billion yuan, a massive 60%...
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China has recently tightened the regulation for publishing ads on search engines such as Baidu, according to the documents published by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC), which also demands improvement in the censorship system, as well as the removal of any content deemed illegal. The regulations have been published after the tragic death of Wei Zexi,...
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