One day, one product. We built our e-commerce model to match the pace of the creative design revolution we've discovered in China.
Shanghai, China (PRWEB) October 03, 2012
The perception of China as the world's low-cost factory is about to be shattered.
BUNDSHOP.COM is the first platform to enable global access to designers' products and stories from the bustling metropolises of Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong, and Taipei to the provinces of mainland China.
"We kept hearing the same complaint from designers all over China-- that their only way to reach the international world were platforms like Ebay or Etsy, nothing customized or branded, no company that actively promoted their design inspirations," explains local Shanghai cofounder Donnie Yu.
So BUNDSHOP's young team of overseas and local Chinese came together from all over the world to meet Shanghai for one purpose: To build a platform to showcase the talented new generation of Chinese creatives and their independent brands.
From Shanghai city-chic fashion designers to Hangzhou product designers modernizing the art of bamboo-weaving, BUNDSHOP's launch collection is breathtakingly original.
“This is the new Chinese Aesthetic,” says Zhoujie Zhang, an emerging design star in Mainland China, whose first collection of hand-welded, hundred-angled mirror chairs sold out within an hour of exhibition at 100%Design London. "I'm excited to collaborate with the BUNDSHOP team and showcase my next collection on BUNDSHOP."
From Shanghai to your doorstep, BUNDSHOP aims to showcase one new product every 24 hours, available for limited-quantity purchase only, redefining the term "flash sale." "One day, one product. We built our e-commerce model to match the pace of the creative design revolution we've discovered in China," said Diana Tsai, 22 year- old entrepreneur and Bundshop founder.
Bundshop has just begun signups for priority access to their first sales collection, available to the general public on October 29th 2012. The BUNDSHOP team has also designed a limited-quantity gift for early sign-ups: A roll of designer toilet paper, each luscious sheet printed with Tang Dynasty porcelain patterns. The emperors of dynastic China would have been delighted to be graced with such creative luxury. A new era is upon us.
Cheers from Shanghai.
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