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December 1, 2015

the top 10 global power brands of 2015 by brand value

Apple remains the world’s most valuable brands, followed by Samsung and Google

"apple, samsung and goole among the most powerful power brands"

Apple’s brand  value (and those of rival tech firms such as Google and Microsoft) remains stronger than ever.. Among the top 5 Brands after Apple, Samsung is 2nd, Google 3rd, Microsoft 4th and Verizon 5th. All these brands have  registered reasonable brand value growth rates of between 4 and 12%. Walmart is the only brand whose primary application is not in tech or telecoms. Though it has grown 4% this year, what was once the world’s most valuable brand has slipped down the rankings again; now at 10th it looks set to drop out of the top ten next year




The above chart from BrandFinance shows the brand value change ( positive/ negative )

September 19, 2014

33% of Alibaba's Gross Merchandise sales, comes from Mobile

Statistic: Mobile share of Alibaba's gross merchandise volume from 2nd quarter 2012 to 2nd quarter 2014 | Statista
Find more statistics at Statista

Alibaba's fastest growing revenue by media has been mobile. Increasing penetration of mobile web has led to an unprecedented explosion in mobile commerce. As of 2014, Q2, Alibaba's mobile share of gross merchandise by volumes has seen grow by 8 times  from 4.6% to 32.8%Chinese retail eCommerce sales is projected to  grow more than 60% this year,.Meanwhile a  June 2014 survey by GroupM found that nearly three-quarters of digital buyers said they preferred shopping online to shopping in traditional retail outlets. -

September 17, 2014

With $68 a share, Alibaba's valuation to exceed $168billion, could surpass Amazon's $150billion


Alibaba IPO : the making of biggest IPO in US history
Income from 4 segments : Chinese ecommerce makes 40% Alibabai revenue
The chart via statista shows how Alibaba earns its revenue. Alibaba has 4 pillars of revenue models, which are 1)cloud computing   2)International ecommerce 3)Domestic ecommerce ( chinese  online shopping. The above data shows the break up of Alibaba revenue model from 2010 to 2014 by  segment. In the fiscal year ending March 31, 2014, Chinese e-commerce corporation generated 4.85 billion yuan through international online sales. This translates to approximately 780 million U.S. dollars.

The Biggest IPO Moment has come .ALIBABA is set to see the biggest  IPO in United States to happen by any nation. With a market  capitalization of over 160billion with its IPO listing running into 319 pages .. The biggest Ecommerce giant is expected to raise more than than $20 billion, via its ADR ( American Depository Receipts )  which is a  a record in U.S.  Financial Markets 
Post its  September 19  IPO,Alibaba will soon be the most valuable Internet company in China and among the top three globally, behind Google and Facebook. Rounding out the top six are Tencent, Amazon.com and Baidu.

Meanwhile contrary to what was said earlier, Alibaba is reported to have set its ADR share between $66 and $68 per share ( as per filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission ) Earlier Alibaba had said that it expected shares to price between $60 and $66 
At $68 per share, the company could raise more than $25 billion and have a valuation of around $168 billion, larger than Amazon.com AMZN -1.21%, which has a market capitalization of about $150 billion as of the end of Monday  15th September trading
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September 26, 2013

Top 3 Social Media Sites with Highest Penetration


The social audience is growing across networks and countries. That is the takeaway from GlobalWebIndex’s “Stream Social: Quarterly Social Platforms Update.” The study found that Facebook remained the No. 1 social network worldwide, with just over half of internet users logging on to the site at least once a month in Q1 2013.
eMarketer puts worldwide Facebook penetration slightly higher, expected to reach 60% of internet users this year
Read more at emarketer