In the early morning of July 27, 2018, with the sound of a bell, the social e-commerce company Pinduoduo, which was founded only three years ago, was listed on NASDAQ in the United States; on May 3, 2019, another major social e-commerce company phone number list gathered in Nasdaq successfully listed. With the listing of social e-commerce platforms, e-commerce giants such as JD.com, Taobao, and Xiaomi have deployed, and social e-commerce seems to have become a major outlet for new retail.
In recent years, social e-commerce has developed rapidly like a prairie fire. Why does the road of social e-commerce with both opportunities and risks attract countless heroes?
The right time and place for social e-commerce
First, let's look at a set of data:
In September 2015, Pinduoduo went online. It has been established for less than four years and has nearly 400 million users. It went public in 2018 and became the first social e-commerce stock.
Founded in May 2015, Yunji completed a 228 million yuan A round of financing in December 2016, and in April 2018, it received a 120 million US dollar round B financing.
According to the financial report data, as of March 31, 2019, Yunji’s GMV in the first quarter reached 6.8 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 93.7% compared with the 3.5 billion GMV in the same period in 2018; On September 22, 2017, the Ai Inventory platform was officially launched, and the sales volume exceeded 10 million in the first month. In January 2018, it received a 100 million RMB round of financing from Zhongding Ventures. In July 2018, Ai Inventory completed a 580 million RMB B round. round of financing.