Entries by iQubator

Made In Quality, Online?

Counterfeits products has been a major issue for both fashion brand and customers especially in China. According to official Xinhua news agency, it is said that for the past year China sold more than 40 percent of counterfeit goods or bad quality online. However, it is affect on decreasing the number of genuine or high quality […]

iQubator Fashion meets Louko

On August the 28th iQubator Fashion met Emilie Lobel, French woman founder of LOUKO 路口. Listening to her story gave us the possibility to deeply understand the reasons behind her style and creativity. Looking at her clothes flooded our eyes with beauty and unspeakable emotions.   iQubator: What brought you to Shanghai? Emilie: My husband […]


As the number of outbound Chinese travelers continues to rise, their trips are getting shorter. According to a newly published study on Chinese travel trends by IPK International, the average length of international trips by Chinese travelers nearly halved between 2007 and 2014 even as total travelers rapidly increased. Although Chinese tourists spent an average […]

Fashion find-French Fashion in Shanghai

French Fashion is really a hot topic in China. We came to visit Madame Shanghai (No. 284 South Xiangyang Road, inside Shanghai French Concession) the other day during this hot summer in Shanghai. There iQubator team met Justine, the founder of Madame Shanghai, and also did the interview with her. Entrance of the shop iQubator: […]

Fashion Week Berlin is back

Fashion Week Berlin is back in the capital of Germany! From 07 to 10 July the new looks for spring / summer 2016 will be presented on the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin at the Brandenburg Gate. Four days long everyone’s attention are directed to the capital and Berlin is once again the hot spot for […]

Tmall Continues To Lead Ecommerce in China

According to Steven Zhong, associate director of PwC Operations Consulting Department, by 2018 China is expected to eclipse the US as the world’s largest B2C ecommerce market. With more spending shifting to mobile, Tmall’s dominance is expected to continue. According to iResearch and Emarket(2014), Tmall dominated both online and mobile channels. Tmall International, as a […]

Latest Duty Regulations in China

Duty regulations are changeable in China. As the cross-border ecommerce is becoming more and more popular, the Chinese government also tries to catch up with this trend. As we all know, there are several types of cross border ecommerce. The first one is sales though a global website, the second one is sales through bonded […]