Recent international e-commerce platform news June 2023

  1. Amazon launched a 20% discount
    A few days ago, Amazon launched a discount program, some Listing pages will show a 20% discount, with a note that the discount is provided by Amazon. It is reported that for selected goods, Amazon may fund a discount for buyers, or provide them with coupons, but the price before the discount is higher than the price of the goods. In this case, the seller will receive payment for the order and pay a sales commission by the full price of the merchandise set by the seller. It is understood that this program will not affect the seller’s eligibility for referral offers or other promotions, nor will it affect the seller’s payment, and the seller will receive payment at the full merchandise price set。

2 .TikTok Australia reaches 8.5 million monthly active users
TikTok has announced its user base in Australia for the first time. The data shows that
TikTok Australia has 8.5 million monthly active users, which is equivalent to 30% of the total population of Australia.
This includes 350,000 business accounts that market through TikTok. Digital 2022
The Digital 2022 Australia report states that
TikTok is the most downloaded mobile entertainment app by Australians, ranking
TikTok is the third most downloaded mobile entertainment app by Australians, ranking third overall behind Service Victoria and Service NSW.

  1. New B2B Product Catalog section in Shopify Management System
    A new B2B Product Catalog section has been launched in the Shopify administration system. The catalog consists of three
    The catalog consists of three B2B features – Price List, Quantity Rules and Publish Customer Exclusive Products.
    B2B Product Catalog features: Create a B2B Product Catalog and set up specific products for B2B customers.
    After creating a B2B product catalog, you can set specific product prices for B2B customers; set overall adjustments, set
    The B2B product catalog features include: setting product-specific prices for B2B customers after creating a B2B product catalog; setting overall adjustments, setting product price increases or decreases by percentages; setting fixed prices that apply only to specific products; setting an unlimited number of store catalogs; and setting the number of product catalogs.
    Set fixed prices that apply only to specific products; unlimited number of catalogs in the store, up to 25 catalogs per company;
    If the price of the same product differs in several product catalogs, the system will display the lowest set price for that product.
    The system will display the lowest set price for the same product in multiple catalogs.
  2. Temu may be officially launched in Japan on June 22
    It is reported that the overseas version of Temu will be launched in Japan on the 22nd of this month.
    Temu has already been in the market to purchase a lot of Japanese air freight capacity and contact with e-commerce-related professionals.
    The news said, Temu initially is mainly small package mode into Japan and has contacted a large number of logistics companies in the early stage.
    Logistics companies, and entered the bidding stage; the initial cold start is mainly to test the order process and
    The initial cold start is mainly to test the order process and consumer feedback; currently, there is no clear plan for foreign investment, first in the existing European and American products
    At present, there is no definite plan for foreign investment, and we will first select models from the existing European and American product libraries for testing. So far, in only 9 months, Temu has opened 12 sites, including the United States, the United States, and the United States.
    In just 9 months, Temu has opened 12 sites, including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, France, and the United States.
    The Netherlands, Italy, France, Spain, Austria, and Mexico.
  3. Lazada to open Philippines site this month
    A few days ago, at the investment conference of Lazada’s fully-hosted business, Lazada revealed that the Philippines site will be opened in June, and the Philippines site will be opened in July and August.
    The Philippines site will be opened in June, and other sites will be opened in July and August. Sellers can choose to enter the domestic
    sellers can choose to enter the domestic warehouse for cross-border delivery, and can also choose to enter the local warehouse for local delivery.
    The logistics cost of entering the warehouse, i.e. the first-haul logistics cost is borne by the seller, and the platform will bear the subsequent
    The subsequent logistics costs are borne by the platform. At the same time, the return and exchange costs are also borne by the platform. For the problem of inbound stagnation, the
    The platform will not let too many goods be prepared at one time, so there is no need to consider this problem, even in the case
    Even if this situation occurs, as long as it is not caused by quality problems, it will be borne by the platform, i.e. the platform will subsidize the goods to make them available.
    The platform will sell the products by subsidizing the sales.
  4. Shopify announces efficient AI-based tool Shopify Magic
    Shopify has launched Shopify Magic, an efficient tool based on artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
    Magic, uses information provided by sellers to generate content suggestions, such as product descriptions, email subject lines, and online stores.
    email subject lines and headlines in online stores to help sellers improve copywriting speed.
    The tool is designed to help sellers improve their copywriting speed. According to the report, sellers can easily list a few product keywords, and Shopify Magic
    will quickly and automatically generate product descriptions or help you optimize existing product descriptions. At the same time,
    sellers can also explore different wording tones or add special instructions to create
    to create personalized product descriptions that fit your brand. The source language for Shopify Magic is reportedly English.
    If the default storefront language is not supported, this feature will not be available in the backend.
    If a seller’s default store language is not supported, this feature will not be available in the backend.
  5. Meta plans to ramp up AI across the board, emphasizing that it’s not a replacement for the meta-universe
    Meta CEO Zuckerberg announced a plan to employees yesterday to add AI to its flagship products like Facebook and Instagram.
    products such as Facebook and Instagram, but Zuckerberg has announced a plan to add generative AI text, image
    , and video generators in its flagship products, such as Facebook and Instagram, though Zuckerberg described it as an expansion of the work of Meta Universe rather than a replacement for Meta’s focus there.
    not a replacement for Meta’s focus there.
  6. Shopify Management System Introduces B2B Product Catalog Segment
    A new B2B Product Catalog section has been introduced in the Shopify admin system. The catalog consists of three powerful
    The catalog consists of three powerful B2B features – price lists, quantity rules, and publishing customer-specific products.
    If a seller’s store uses the Shopify Plus suite, the B2B Product Catalog makes it easy to
    If a seller’s store uses the Shopify Plus suite, the B2B Product Catalog makes it easy to customize the shopping experience for enterprise customers.
  7. New Twitter CEO Yaccarino takes office
    The new CEO of Twitter, Linda Yaccarino, tweeted a few days ago that she has
    The new CEO of Twitter, Linda Yaccarino, tweeted that she had begun her tenure at the social media platform. Yaccarino was previously the head of advertising at NBCUniversal.
    Musk previously said that Yaccarino would help build a “universal app.
    Former NBCUniversal executive Joe Benarrok also joined Twitter in May, with responsibility for business operations.
    He will be responsible for business operations.
  8. Amazon sales plunge 62% in Q1 as global tablet demand falls
    According to CasinosEnLigne.com, U.S. e-commerce giant Amazon.com saw a 62 percent drop in sales in the first quarter as the global IT market plummeted.
    U.S. e-commerce giant Amazon’s tablet sales fell 62 percent in the first quarter of 2023 compared to two years ago, according to CasinosEnLigne.com.
    The company’s tablet sales fell 62 percent in the first quarter of 2023 compared to two years ago. After an early spike in the new crown epidemic, global tablet demand fell well below expectations.
    CasinosEnLigne.com estimates that
    Global tablet sales will decline 4% year-over-year to €51.4 billion in 2023.
    CasinosEnLigne.com says that although the average price of tablets is expected to fall in 2023 (6%), global tablet sales will decline by 4% year-on-year to €51.4 billion.
    Global tablet shipments will remain below the figures of the past few years, despite the expected decrease in average tablet prices (6%) in 2023.
  9. Speedy AliExpress Surpasses Korean Local E-Commerce Giant Coupang in User Hours
    According to an analysis by IGA Works, a joint Forbes Korea big data platform, the number of hours spent on AliExpress
    and Coupang, two major e-commerce platforms with a cross-section of 2.5 million users, AliExpress
    AliExpress has 2.69 hours of usage per capita, compared to Coupang’s 2.3 hours.
    AliExpress has surpassed local e-commerce giant Coupang in terms of hours of use per capita in Korea.
    From May 2020 to the present, AliExpress has reportedly expanded its user base by
    The company’s user base has expanded by more than 150% in 3 years since May 2020.
  10. Flipkart’s Shopsy Expands to Tier 2 and Tier 3 Cities in India
    Flipkart’s Shopsy continues to expand into Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities in India, with the platform serving 16 million customers in India in the first
    The platform served 16 million customers in India in the first quarter. Nearly 70 percent of Shopsy’s customers are known to come from secondary and tertiary regions of the country.
    and contributed over 40% of new customers across the Flipkart Group.
    The company has also been able to grow its customer base over the past year. In addition, over the past year, the platform has tripled the number of units, customers, and sellers
    The number of units, customers, and sellers on the platform has tripled in the past year. In March 2023, the platform surpassed 175 million app downloads.
    In March 2023, the platform surpassed 175 million app downloads. The platform currently offers 150 million products to customers across India, spanning
    More than 800 categories.
  11. Allegro to change sales commission rates
    Recently, Allegro announced that starting July 3, 2023, the platform will change its sales commission
    rates and simplify the price list to improve transparency and predictability of the costs sellers will incur related to sales commissions.
    transparency and predictability of the costs sellers will incur related to sales commissions.
    Specifically, Allegro will eliminate offer maintenance fees and increase the price threshold for onboarding fees
    Starting July 3, regardless of the price of the product, most categories will use a single sales commission.
    Allegro will also begin displaying net sales commission fees in its terms and conditions.
    Allegro will also begin displaying net sales commission rates in the Terms and Conditions to estimate the cost of sales on Allegro.
    Allegro will also begin displaying net sales commission rates in the Terms and Conditions to estimate the cost of sales on Allegro, which currently show only gross rates, and will introduce a minimum sales commission for all categories – net
    0.25 PLN (0.31 PLN total) for all categories.
  12. TikTokShop coming to UK and US
    TikTokShop is coming to the U.K. and the U.S. TikTok’s e-commerce business is expanding rapidly overseas.
    In 2022, TikTokShop will enter Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, and other countries.
    In 2022, TikTokShop will enter Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, and other Southeast Asian countries.
    In 2022, TikTokShop’s GMV in Southeast Asia will reach $4.4 billion, more than quadrupling from 2021. Last October
    Since October last year, TikTok has also launched TikTokShop in Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, and other Southeast Asian countries. To extend the advantages of the mall to other markets
    To expand the advantages of the mall to other markets, TikTokShop is ready to be officially launched in both the UK and the US. Among them
    In particular, the TikTokShop UK Mall will be open for business on June 6, while the US Mall is expected to be officially launched in July this year.
    The U.S. store is expected to be officially launched in July this year. From another point of view, TikTokShop in the United Kingdom and the United States
    The launch of the mall function in the UK and the US is also in line with the trend of economic globalization and taps into new market growth.
    The TikTokShop is expected to launch in July this year.

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