Digitally China is a bi-weekly podcast from RADII hosted by Tom Xiong and Eva Xiao, and produced by Jacob Loven. On each episode, the team will tackle a different timely tech-related topic, providing key insights on all you need to know about the fast-changing nature of innovation in China. Find previous episodes of Digitally China here and subscribe on iTunes here.
This latest episode of Digitally China has a special format, partly recorded live last week at DCongress, one of the largest e-commerce conferences in Europe, where co-host Tom Xiong and producer Jacob Lovén moderated panels with Chinese e-commerce experts.
In this episode we’ll listen to excerpts from Shenyi Wu (former CFO of Pinduoduo and RED) and Julie Chen (formerly of Sequoia Capital China) who recently founded the new US and Europe-focused e-commerce platform Flamingo.shop. Together, we discuss how the Chinese e-commerce market has become the global leader, what the secret sauce behind social e-commerce is, and how this has the potential to disrupt Amazon.
We also get to listen to Tingting Fang, Brand Director of JudyDoll, one of the fastest growing cosmetics brands in China. Founded just 18 months ago, JudyDoll has already surpassed established companies such as L’Oreal in some respects by utilizing social e-commerce and new ways to both engage and sell products online.
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