Have you ever dreamt of entering the world’s largest online market with your e-commerce? In Get Savvy, Magnus Omstedt, CEO and Founder of Tritanium Ventures explains how you can accomplish your dream and establish your e-com in China, what differentiates European to Chinese online purchase behaviour and how you can optimize your payment solutions.
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China has the world’s largest online retail market, which measures to approximately 1.5 times the entire European market. In the tenth episode of Get Savvy, we want to know how to enter the world’s largest online market with your e-commerce.
To get savvier, we have invited Magnus Omstedt, CEO and Founder of Tritanium Ventures. He is the man behind H&M‘s online presence in China, Japan, Korea and India. You can easily say – he’s the expert of e-commerce and especially when it comes to developing digital services that are adapted for the Chinese customers.
Together with Magnus we discuss what you should do if you want to the enter China’s online market with your e-commerce, what differentiates European to Chinese online purchase behaviour and how you can optimize your payment solutions.
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