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SAP embraces cloud customization – with interesting partners (by DAN BERTHIAUME, sourced from Chain Store Age)


SAP is launching SAP Embrace, a new initiative to enable users of the SAP S/4 HANA ERP system to move it to the cloud, with platform, software, services and infrastructure customized to their specific industry needs.

Motoinsight Selected by Mercedes-Benz USA as A Certified Digital Retailing Solution (sourced from Motoinsight)


MotoCommerce™ platform has been selected by Mercedes-Benz USA as a certified digital retailing solution for its dealerships to deliver omni-channel and e-commerce enabled car-buying experiences.

Nike aims for perfect shoe fit with tech rollout (by Cara Salpini, sourced from Retail Dive)


You can't 'just do it' with shoes that don't fit. A new feature employs computer vision and the user's smartphone camera to scan a customer's feet and come up with a digital foot morphology.

Banana Republic votes for synchronized merchandising (by DAN BERTHIAUME, sourced from Chain Store Age)


Banana Republic is obtaining a clear view of merchandising activities through deploying Oracle Retail Merchandising Cloud Service and Oracle Retail Integration Cloud Service, powered by Oracle Cloud infrastructure.

Online grocer applies machine learning to shopping lists (by DAN BERTHIAUME, sourced from Chain Store Age)


Farmstead is turning shopping lists into a highly targeted promotional tool with predictive analytics by introducing a new feature called Smart Shopping List that goes beyond recommendations to predict what customers need.

How Amazon innovates (by Jo-Anne Hui-Miller, sourced from Inside Retail)


When Amazon comes up with an innovative idea, it doesn’t first consider whether it’s financially viable or even makes business sense – the teams work backwards by pretending it has already launched a new service and released it to the world.

Ikea’s first small-format store has no checkouts (by Heather McIlvaine, sourced from inside retail)


Ikea Australia officially opened its first small-format store, where customers can book one-on-one planning sessions with staff to design their dream kitchen or bedroom storage solution.

Down to Shop bets on custom video to sell products (by Lisa Rowan, sourced from Retail Dive)


A far cry from the curated images of many social media advertising campaigns, Down to Shop—an iOS app embraces absurdity to try and engage customers with bright colors, bold hosts and cheeky scripts.

Media Partners


The Partnership Program at CHINASHOP is designed for media outlets, analysis companies, associations or organizations. These partnerships allow your organization to engage your target audience and provide opportunities to connect, network, and expand you products and services at one location.

Key benefites of partnering include

1. Generating new subscribers and advertisers
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5. Prime branding opportunities at the industry's must-attend event.

Media Partner

Media Cooperation Contact

Mr. Justin Liu

Tel: +86-10-68091013