Build your e-commerce presence in China through Tmall Global.
You can get your business started on Tmall in less time and we take care most of the jobs for you.
Discovery Contract for Small Business
Small business: annual revenue up to $1M
Discovery Contract for Medium Business
Medium business: annual revenue up to $10M
Discovery Contract for Large Business
Large business: annual revenue over $10M
Tmall Global allows you to sell to the largest e-commerce marketplace in the world.
You don’t need to invest huge time and money in the very beginning and you don’t need to bother too much about the complicated legal regulations that would otherwise apply.
To give you an idea of just how much potential there is in the Chinese market, on 11th November 2015, the Alibaba sites Taobao and Tmall together handled sales totaling $14.3 billion USD in one single day.
Opening a store on Tmall Global is a window into a potential market with all possibilities.
Alibaba’s Tmall Global is a cross-border B2C platform dedicated to official brand stores selling into China from the outside.
Tmall Global only accepts foreign merchants who can guarantee that the products they sell are 100% authentic.
As counterfeit products are a serious issue in China, the Tmall Global model builds trust, boosts conversion rates, and leads to higher spends as wary consumers are prepared to pay a premium for items which are certified genuine.
The Tmall Global slogan is also a clear promise: “100% foreign original authentic, 100% foreign merchants, 100% domestic return”.
In contrast to Tmall China, Tmall Global allows foreign brands to enjoy the benefits of the gigantic Chinese market – without the drawbacks of having an actual presence in China.
Logistics is handled by cross-border drop-shipping specialists who provide delivery to Chinese consumers within five to eight working days. Alternatively, orders can be processed using a bonded warehousing solution in one of the Chinese free-trade zones, or indeed by the merchant itself.
Businesses looking to trade on Tmall Global must be corporate entities headquartered outside of mainland China holding overseas registered trademarks; they must prove retail track records in other countries and pass background checks with regard to their reputation in existing markets.
Tmall Global charges a $25,000 USD deposit and charges between 0.5% and 5% commission on sales on the platform; technical fees range between $5,000 and $10,000 USD depending on the technical category of the merchandise.
You can get full range e-commerce services at Sinostep
A. China eCommerce Strategy Consulting
B. China eCommerce Management & Operations
C. Chinese Professional Copywriting
D. Integrated Digital Marketing
E. Sell Through Channel Partners
F. Value Added Services
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