Dada is pursuing “micro e-commerce” operations, with hyperlocal services that deliver goods to customers within one hour of ordering. Photo: Dada Group
Dada is pursuing “micro e-commerce” operations, with hyperlocal services that deliver goods to customers within one hour of ordering. Photo: Dada Group

Dada Group emerges as an on-demand e-commerce powerhouse that’s looking to stay ahead of market trends in China

  • In just seven years, the delivery and retail platform has grown from a start-up to a Nasdaq-listed company backed by Walmart and JD.com
  • It aims to tap into more product categories and domestic markets, while also exploring innovations such as autonomous delivery

Topic |   Leading China’s e-commerce market
Dada is pursuing “micro e-commerce” operations, with hyperlocal services that deliver goods to customers within one hour of ordering. Photo: Dada Group
Dada is pursuing “micro e-commerce” operations, with hyperlocal services that deliver goods to customers within one hour of ordering. Photo: Dada Group
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