Sa Sa reported a loss of HK$242 million for the six months ended September, compared to HK$36.5 million a year ago. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Sa Sa reported a loss of HK$242 million for the six months ended September, compared to HK$36.5 million a year ago. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Sa Sa reported a loss of HK$242 million for the six months ended September, compared to HK$36.5 million a year ago. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Retailing

Hong Kong retailers Sa Sa and TSL Jewellery shift focus to e-commerce, mainland China to survive coronavirus pandemic

  • To grow its flagging sales, Sa Sa has tapped e-commerce platforms and plans to use WeChat mini-program to interact with mainland customers
  • TSL makes greater use of online channels, sets up live streams to interact with younger consumers and boosts cooperation with Chinese influencers

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Sa Sa reported a loss of HK$242 million for the six months ended September, compared to HK$36.5 million a year ago. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Sa Sa reported a loss of HK$242 million for the six months ended September, compared to HK$36.5 million a year ago. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Sa Sa reported a loss of HK$242 million for the six months ended September, compared to HK$36.5 million a year ago. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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