This law is in cross-border e-commerce The same applies in the business world. Tradera is not easy, nor is it as difficult as you imagine, I think, you can try it.Analysis of opening stores on the Lazada platform, a cross-border blue ocean in Southeast Asia in 2017 Updated: October 23, 2017 5/5 - ( 1 vote ) (Note: The Lazada platform rules are updated, and the original content is partially invalid. This article was re-updated in February 2017. This shall prevail to prevent misunderstandings.) Take a close look at this map, what do you see? blue ocean! That’s right, this is a blue ocean, a blue ocean surrounded by thousands of large and small islands, a blue ocean of cross-border e-commerce in.
Southeast Asia that cross-border e-commerce sellers are exploring, and this is the virgin land that Amazon has not yet penetrated. Lazada Southeast Asia has a population of 560 million, mainly archipelagic countries, including Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Myanmar and other countries. Among them, Indonesia has mobile number list more than 17,000 islands, a country of ten thousand islands. Let’s talk about the local online retail situation. It is no exaggeration to say that Southeast Asia is the most attractive e-commerce market in Asia after China and India.
According to statistics, the current online retail penetration rate in China is 7%, while that in Southeast Asia is only 1%, which is far behind China. At this stage, Southeast Asia is rapidly copying theexample, think about it, there are tens of thousands of islands, how can the residents of the islands shop most conveniently? Online shopping of course. It is precisely because of the huge online retail market in Southeast Asia that LAZADA, a local e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia, appeared 5 years ago. In just three years, Lazada has become the largest e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia.