Leyou is one of the first players in maternity and baby products retailing industry to establish its own quality assurance system. Leyou adopts a comprehensive online-to-offline business model of “chain store + online mall + app”. Larry Kung, co-founder and chief operating officer of Leyou outlined Leyou’s O2O business model and shared his insights and experiences in developing the mother and baby products industry on the Chinese mainland.
Establishing new products and revenue streams by accessing and utilising data to derive a profit has never been more straightforward, according to exhibitors and attendees at this year's Technology for Marketing & Advertising event.
The European Commission is expected to soon publish a final report on its year-long Study for the establishment of an ecodesign Working Plan, covering the years 2015 to 2017. Sources indicate that the Study has been completed, but the final report is currently in the process of being approved for publication.
The “One Belt, One Road” initiative aims to promote connectivity in infrastructure, resources development, industrial co-operation, financial integration and other fields along the Belt and Road countries. These strategic objectives are also closely connected to the “going out” strategy. The “One Belt, One Road” initiative, with its extensive reach across a number of regions, represent clear development opportunities for Hong Kong.