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Women driving growth of online-to-offline business in China

Updated: 2016-03-04 07:37
By Meng Jing (China Daily)

Women driving growth of online-to-offline business in China

They also showed female online shoppers spend 4.17 hours a day surfing the Internet, against a daily average of 3.74 hours by all Internet users in China.

Restaurants, travel spending and movie trips were the top three O2O sellers for women.

Zhou Shu, a senior executive at Yuxiang Renjia, a restaurant chain specialized in Sichuan dishes, said it had certainly noticed that women have the stronger say when it comes to deciding where to eat.

"And they are more willing to try new services and new products," she said.

"Most importantly, though, they are happy to communicate and exchange their feedback after eating at a new restaurant, which makes them more influential in the O2O market."


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