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Malaysia: Distribution Channels and Entry Strategies (Toys and Baby Products)

18 July 2018

With rising household incomes and more families with fewer children, Malaysian parents are inclined to spend more on quality toys and baby products, offering great opportunities for Hong Kong exporter...Read More

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Turkish Kids' Sector Sticks with China Suppliers But Considers Options

1 March 2018

While well aware of the lower labour costs in Bangladesh and Pakistan, as well as the advantageous import-tax terms, many Turkish businesses in the baby and child products sector are proving loyal to ...Read More

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Adult Looks Favoured by Pre-teen Trendsetters at NY Kids Style Show

13 Feb 2018

Fashions originally created with grown-ups in mind are increasingly being hijacked by style-conscious school-agers, according to exhibitors at this year's New York Children's Club, one of North Americ...Read More

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China’s Green Shoppers: Purchasing Behaviour

11 Jan 2018

The demand for green products among mainland consumers has been rising in recent years. According to a series of focus group discussions, while more consumers are turning to online sources for the inf...Read More

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China’s Green Shoppers: Preferences and Satisfaction Levels podcast

4 Jan 2018

Consumer focus group discussions conducted by HKTDC Research show that mainland consumers’ consumption of all kinds of eco-friendly products is growing. The green items they buy most frequently are fo...Read More

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China’s Green Shoppers: Attitudes and Beliefs podcast

21 Dec 2017

As China’s living standards have improved and awareness of issues such as pollution and food safety has grown, Chinese consumers have become more environmentally conscious and more willing to buy gree...Read More

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Baby and Child Products in China: Furniture Purchase Patterns and Preferences

13 Dec 2017

According to HKTDC survey, mainland parents spend an average of RMB2,747 a year on baby and child furniture. Department stores and hypermarkets are the most common shopping channels. “Conformity to sa...Read More

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Baby and Child Products in China: Feeding Utensils Purchase Patterns and Preferences

6 Dec 2017

According to HKTDC survey, mainland parents spend RMB263 a month on feeding utensils on average. Hypermarkets and chain-operated maternity and baby stores are the most common shopping channels for fee...Read More

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Baby and Child Products in China: Sanitary Care Purchase Patterns and Preferences

29 Nov 2017

HKTDC conducted a survey on the Chinese market for baby and child products. The survey results show that mainland parents spend RMB256 a month on sanitary care products on average. Hypermarkets and ch...Read More

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Innovation and Multi-functionality Revive Flagging US Kids' Sector

23 Nov 2017

With declining birth rates across the US inevitably constricting the expansion of the country's baby and kids' product sector, many companies are turning to 'premiumisation' as a way of bolstering sal...Read More

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Baby and Child Products in China: Toy Purchase Patterns and Preferences podcast

2 Nov 2017

HKTDC conducted a survey on the Chinese market for baby and child products. The survey results show that mainland parents spend RMB343 a month on toys on average. 90% of respondents had bought educati...Read More

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Baby and Child Products in China: Clothing and Accessories Purchase Patterns and Preferences podcast

26 Oct 2017

HKTDC conducted a survey on the Chinese market for baby and child products. The survey results show that mainland parents spend RMB524 a month on baby and child clothing and accessories on average. Th...Read More

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Baby and Child Products in China: Food Purchase Patterns and Preferences podcast

18 Oct 2017

HKTDC conducted a survey on the Chinese market for baby and child products. The survey results show that mainland parents spend RMB826 a month on baby and child food on average. When choosing baby and...Read More

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Baby and Child Products in China: Safety and Quality Prove Paramount Concerns podcast

12 Oct 2017

HKTDC conducted a survey on the Chinese market for baby and child products. The survey shows that over 90% of the respondents say they are always mindful of publicity and reports on the safety of baby...Read More

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Junior Takes on Adult Trends Dominate New York Kid's Fashion Event

9 Oct 2017

A drive to mini-me their kids has seen many parents keen to purchase cut-down, grown-up fashion styles for their brood, with some exhibitors at the Children's Club expo offering matching outfits for m...Read More

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China’s Baby Products: How Franchising Enabled One Shanghai Company to Develop Private Brands

6 Sept 2017

Shanghai-based Yunyinglian operates more than 3,000 Alaxiaoyou mother-and-baby franchised stores. It has also developed a number of private labels for assorted mother and baby products. In 2017, it op...Read More

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China’s Baby Products: How M-commerce is Driving Change in the Childrenswear Retail Market

30 Aug 2017

In 2016, mainland retail and logistics giant Bailian Group launched iBailian, an omni-channel e-commerce platform. In addition, it also tapped into the mobile commerce (m-commerce) channel with mobile...Read More

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Safety Eclipses All Other Concerns at Shanghai Mother and Baby Show

18 Aug 2017

This year's Children Baby Maternity Expo saw a wide range of safety concerns topping the agenda of exhibitors and buyers alike, with this applying equally to food, fashion, bath mats, virtual reality ...Read More

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Innovative Photography Services Dominate China Wedding Show

4 Aug 2017

Gone are the days when the China Wedding Expo attracted marrying couples and honeymoon providers, now it's all about photographers being wooed by technical innovators and providers of esoteric ways of...Read More

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Marketing Maternity and Baby Goods on WeChat

12 July 2017

Recently, many e-commerce businesses have been actively developing mobile marketing apps. Gloctech Pty Ltd. has established Ma Ma Lian Meng and Oct Momy on WeChat to sell goods and to target different...Read More

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