China E-commerce Profit Model Report, 2006-2007
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The concept of E-commerce was introduced into China in 1993, and the first online transaction in China was done in 1996. In 1998, the E-commerce demonstration project among enterprises aiming to promote informatization of the national economy was initiated. The transfer of E-commerce from concept to practice started in 1999.Being expand from B2C to C2C (online audition) and B2B (emerged at the end of 1999), E-commerce showed a sound momentum in China.

Market Scale of E-commerce in China, 2001-2006 (Unit: RMB billion)


 

The market scale of B2B E-commerce (being in the leading position of various E-commerce types in China) reached RMB 644.6 billion in 2005, accounting for around 95% of total E-commerce transactions.

The market of B2C E-commerce developed rapidly as well in China in 2006. Nowadays, leading B2C service providers such as dangdang.com and joyo.com are accelerating its business integration. The report gives a detailed description of B2C E-commerce in sectors of medicine, tourism, office supplies, gift collection, nutrition & healthcare and cosmetics, meanwhile summarizes their profit-making models in 2006.

In spite of a small proportion in E-commerce market, there has been a fast growth for C2C market in China in recent years. Based on the incomplete statistics, the number of registered C2C users exceeded 30 million in 2005, and C2C E-commerce transactions reached over RMB 10 billion then. By the end of 2006Q3, the total number of C2C E-commerce users had been up to 60 million. What's more, C2C E-commerce transactions reached approximately RMB 27 billion in 2006. As far as C2C is concerned, major domestic service providers include ebay.com.cn, taobao.com and paipai.com. Due to its charge-free policy, taobao.com is continuously expanding its markets while ebay.com.cn is now losing its market share due to its charging policy. Noticeably, the rising paipai.com (affiliated to Tencent), owing to its charge-free policy and huge number of QQ users, has maintained a rapid growth since its operation in Sep 2005. By Sep 12th, 2006, online registered users had surpassed 25 million and the quantity of online commodities over 5 million.

The development trends of E-commerce in China are presented below:

Firstly, the depth of E-commerce will be further explored. Core business flow and the management of client relations will be extended to the Internet, making products and services more accessible to users. Enterprises will foster new value chains and combine the relative parties into a strategic alliance for common benefits.

Secondly, China E-commerce will confront severe challenges. As the int'l E-commerce environment is gradually consummated, the global orientation of Chinese E-commerce enterprises is the inevitable for expanding foreign trade and economic cooperation, adapting to economic globalization and improving the competitive of Chinese enterprises. Meanwhile, overseas E-commerce giants are also marching into China successively. 

Thirdly, merger will sweep E-commerce websites. Homogenous merger comes the first. Currently, numerous websites are repeatedly constructed, which is featured by similar orientation and business. In the fierce competition for limited resources, only several top websites could be the winners. In additional, some leading E-commerce enterprises, which are advantageous in resources, brands and clients, but still lag far behind well-known overseas E-commerce enterprises, should have to form strategic alliance by complementary merger. To cooperate strategically among different types of websites will be the future result because individualization and profession are the two trends of E-commerce, while customers' demands are various. 

Lastly, E-commerce by industry will be the mainstream of next-generation e-commerce development. The 1st-generation E-commerce is merely focused on content, and the 2nd-generation on comprehensive E-commerce. In comparison, the next-generation industrial E-commerce will closely integrate with value-added content and business platform, bringing the advantages in information services into full play.

1. Overview of E-commerce  
1.1 Definition  
1.2 Characteristics  
1.3 Classification  

2. Development of E-commerce  
2.1 Development of Global E-commerce  
2.2 Development of China's E-commerce  
2.2.1 General Status  
2.2.2 Existing Problems  

3. Development Environment of China's E-commerce  
3.1 Development of China's Internet Infrastructure  
3.2 Payment of China's E-commerce  
3.3 Overview of China's Logistic & Distribution System  
3.4 Survey on Chinese Netizens' Online Purchase  

4. Research on Typical B2B Websites  
4.1 alibaba.com.cn  
4.1.1 Brief Introduction 
4.1.2 Operation Status  
4.1.3 Marketing Methods  
4.1.4 E-commerce Services  
4.2 hc360.com  
4.2.1 Brief Introduction 
4.2.2 Operation status  
4.2.3 Marketing methods  
4.2.4 Payment Options  
4.3 mymai.com  
4.3.1 Brief Introduction  
4.3.2 Operation Status  
4.3.3 Marketing Methods  
4.3.4 Services  

5. Research on C2C websites  
5.1 ebay.com.cn  
5.1.1 Brief Introduction 
5.1.2 Marketing Strategy
5.1.3 Payment Tools 
5.1.4 Partners  
5.2 taobao.com  
5.2.1 Brief Introduction  
5.2.2 Marketing Strategy  
5.2.3 Payment Tools   
5.2.4 Partners  
5.3 paipai.com
5.3.1 Brief Introduction
5.3.2 Marketing Strategy  
5.3.3 Payment Tools 
5.3.4 Partners  

6. Research on China's B2C E-commerce by Industry  
6.1 China's Medical Industry  
6.1.1 E-commerce Development  
6.1.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.1.3 Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model  
6.2 China's Tourism Industry  
6.2.1 E-commerce Development  
6.2.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.2.3 Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model  
6.3 China's Office supplies Industry  
6.3.1 E-commerce Development  
6.3.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.3.3 Summary of the E-Commerce Profit-making Model   
6.4 China's Books/Audio/Video Industry  
6.4.1 E-commerce Development  
6.4.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.4.3 Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model 
6.5 China's Toy Industry  
6.5.1 E-commerce Development  
6.5.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.5.3 Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model  
6.6 China's Gift Collection Industry  
6.6.1 E-commerce Development  
6.6.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.6.3 Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model   
6.7 China's Nutrition and Healthcare Industry  
6.7.1 E-commerce Development  
6.7.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.7.3 Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model 
6.8 China's Cosmetic Industry  
6.8.1 E-commerce Development  
6.8.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.8.3 Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model  
6.9 China's Catering Industry  
6.9.1 E-commerce Development 
6.9.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.9.3 Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model  
6.10 China's Garments Industry  
6.10.1 E-commerce Development  
6.10.2 Analysis of Typical Websites  
6.10.3 Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model 

7. Viewpoints and Conclusion
Proportion of Online Payment while Purchasing Online  
Feature Distributions of Netizens Who Visit Shopping Websites
Frequency Distribution of Shopping Websites Visited by Netizens  
Awareness Channels of Shopping Websites  
Causes for Netizens to browse Shopping Websites  
Netizens' Purchase Proportion  
Structure of the Netizens with Online shopping Experience  
Causes for Netizens Choose Online Shopping  
Causes for Netizens don't Choose Online Shopping 
Purchasing Frequency of the Netizens  
Average Spending Distribution of Netizens for Each Online Shopping 
Payment Methods of Online Shopping  
Whether or not the Netizens will Shop via Internet in the Future
Appraisal of Online Shoppers on the Steps of Purchasing  
E-commerce Improvements Required by Online Shoppers  
Penetration Rate of Consumers Purchasing Online in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou  
Market Shares of C2C Websites Users in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou  
C2C Shopping in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou   
Overall Shopping Frequency of C2C Consumers in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, 2005  
Proportion of Online Payment Chosen by C2C Consumers in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou 
Selling Frequency of C2C Sellers in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou   
Selling Patterns of C2C Sellers in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou  
Survey on the Identity of C2C Sellers in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou  
Proportion of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong in National C2C Market  
Financial Results of eBay, 2005Q1-2006Q3  
Client Structure of ctrip.com.cn  
Regional Distribution of Clients of ctrip.com.cn  
Revenue Structure of ctrip.com.cn, 2005  
Financial Results of ctrip.com.cn, 2005Q1-2006Q3  
Revenue Structure of ctrip.com.cn, 2006Q3  
Financial Results of elong.com, 2005Q1-2006Q3  
Internet Access Type Distribution of Chinese Netizens, 2006 
Internet Access Type Distribution of Computers, 2006
Online Shopping Satisfaction—Importance Matrix  
General Evaluation of C2C Consumers (in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou) on C2C Websites
Comparison of taobao.com and ebay.com.cn by C2C Buyers in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou 
Operation Status of alibaba.com.cn 
Services Provided by alibaba.com.cn  
Memorabilia of hc360.com in B2B E-commerce  
Instant Message Software Provided by mymai.com 
Characteristics of Xingxingxing (a kind of service provided by mymai.com)
Contrast of Service Items between Basic Users and Free Users of XingXingXing
Development History of ebay.com.cn
Charging Standard (starting price/floor price) for Logging in ebay.com.cn
Charging Standard (fixed price) for Logging in ebay.com.cn
Charging on the Transaction Service by ebay.com.cn  
Charging on Optional Featured Functions by ebay.com.cn  
Charging on Picture Release Services by ebay.com.cn  
Charging on Cars' Information Announcement by ebay.com.cn  
Charging on Real Estate's Information Announcement by ebay.com.cn  
Partners of ebay.com.cn  
Partners of taobao.com  
Summary of the Profit-making Model of China's Medical Industry E-commerce, 2006  
Summary of the Profit-making Model of China's Tourism Industry E-commerce, 2006  
Summary of the Profit-making Model of China's Office Supplies Industry E-commerce, 2006  
Development History of dangdang.com  
Features of dangdang.com  
Summary of the Profit-making Model of Books/Audio/Video Industry E-commerce, 2006  
Business Categories of chinatoynet.com
Prime Business of cctoy.cn
Prime Profit-making Businesses of toys.hc360.com  
Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model of Toy Industry, 2006  
Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model of Gift Collection Industry, 2006  
Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model of Nutrition and Healthcare Industry, 2006  
Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model of Cosmetic Industry, 2006  
Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model of Catering Industry, 2006  
Summary of the E-commerce Profit-making Model of Garments Industry, 2006  
Summary of the Profit-making Model of China E-commerce by Industry, 2006

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