Maggie Fu, a Shanghai-based beauty influencer, was among the young beauty and fashion entrepreneurs in China who moved to expand online when coronavirus lockdowns shut off in-person sales and marketing channels. Maggie Fu, a Shanghai-based beauty influencer, was among the young beauty and fashion entrepreneurs in China who moved to expand online when coronavirus lockdowns shut off in-person sales and marketing channels.
Maggie Fu, a Shanghai-based beauty influencer, was among the young beauty and fashion entrepreneurs in China who moved to expand online when coronavirus lockdowns shut off in-person sales and marketing channels.

Quick-thinking Chinese entrepreneurs expand beauty and fashion businesses online during coronavirus lockdowns

  • One stylist developed a DIY alternative to the elaborate manicures nail salons offer, for sale to her social media followers; another upped her online presence
  • A Shanghai pair who host markets for vendors of creative goods ventured into online selling for the first time, but look forward to resume selling in person

Topic |   Fashion
Maggie Fu, a Shanghai-based beauty influencer, was among the young beauty and fashion entrepreneurs in China who moved to expand online when coronavirus lockdowns shut off in-person sales and marketing channels. Maggie Fu, a Shanghai-based beauty influencer, was among the young beauty and fashion entrepreneurs in China who moved to expand online when coronavirus lockdowns shut off in-person sales and marketing channels.
Maggie Fu, a Shanghai-based beauty influencer, was among the young beauty and fashion entrepreneurs in China who moved to expand online when coronavirus lockdowns shut off in-person sales and marketing channels.
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