NEW YORK, Jan. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today marks the official U.S. launch of Azoya, an integrated turnkey e-commerce solution provider, which will help U.S. retailers break into the Chinese market with less risk in 2017 through fully-managed cross-border e-commerce. Azoya made the announcement to open the National Retail Federation (NRF) annual Big Show, January 15-17, 2017, at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York City, Booth #344.
As the world's largest e-commerce market, China is lucrative, growing and ravenous for U.S. products. In 2015, cross-border consumer e-commerce reached $40 billion in 2015 with an annual growth rate of 50 percent.1 Top-selling categories include cosmetics and skincare, baby and mom products, healthcare products, fashion apparel, and groceries.2，3
"To simplify foreign expansion and ensure long-term growth in China, we build an e-commerce ecosystem for U.S. retail companies," says Franklin Chu, Managing Director, Azoya International. "Our behind-the-scenes work means Azoya is invisible to Chinese customers who prefer to buy products directly from the U.S. retail company.
Established in 2013, Azoya International is a leading solutions provider in cross-border e-commerce to China. To date, over 35 retailers in 12 countries have partnered with Azoya to expand into China with ease, including French fashion retailer La Redoute and Feelunique, the largest online beauty retailer in Europe.
As a 'bridge to China retail,' Azoya International is an integrated turnkey e-commerce solutions provider that helps overseas retailers expand into China efficiently and with less risk through cross-border e-commerce. Azoya has signed exclusive partnership agreements with more than 35 major overseas retailers in 12 countries, including La Redoute, the largest online retailer of women's apparel in France and Feelunique, the largest online beauty retailer in Europe.
Tier1pr – For Azoya
1Xia, Chenan. Cross-border e-commerce is luring Chinesehoppers. McKinsey & Company. February 2016.
2What are the most attractive U.S. products to Chinese consumers? Marketing to China. February 12, 2015.
3Osawa, Juro and Rick Carew. Chinese Baby-Goods Market Grows Up Fast. The Wall Street Journal. November 15, 2015.
To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/azoya-launch-satisfies-chinese-shoppers-cravings-for-us-products-300391227.html