Shopify recently launched a partnership with JD.com to allow their merchants to easily list their merchandise on JD.com, China’s top e-commerce marketplaces native to over 1.4 billion everyday customers. The latest integration allows Shopify merchants to easily sync products, manage inventory, customs and taxes for the localised market via Shopify.
This article walks you through how to install JD Marketplace on Shopify sites.
Read more on the Shopify x JD.com partnership here.
Follow this linked guide to submit your business information to JD.com. This includes your business license, brand history, categories you plan to sell, and your new store name on JD.com. You’ll receive confirmation in ~7 working days.
Go to Shopify App > JD Marketplace > Settings
You'll also be able to use auto-translation features on the Shopify App.
Just like that – you're officially a Shopify x JD Merchant :)
• Integrate Alipay and or other China-friendly payment platforms with your Shopify store