Selling in China has become much easier because of this

Say a big thank you to Shopify and JD.
At the beginning of 2022, Shopify and JD announced a partnership where Shopify sellers in the U.S. can easily list their products on the JD marketplace, cutting the time to start selling in China from (typically) 12 months to 3-4 weeks.
JD.com? In case you haven’t heard, they’re one of the biggest online marketplaces in China, with over 550 million active consumers.
If you’re a dropshipper, there’s even better news for you: After you get approved, you can use JD’s fulfillment center that will directly ship your product from US warehouses to consumers in China. JD will also handle things like:
  • Automatic currency conversion and language translation for your products.
  • Easily syncing your Shopify products with the JD marketplace.
How to get started selling in China with JD and Shopify: Install the JD marketplaceapp on Shopify:
If you also want a dropshipping option, check out the JD sourcing app. Then follow the instructions and, voila!

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