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  • / Technology

    YesAsia gives YesStyle.com a makeover

    YesAsia.com is giving its apparel e-commerce site, YesStyle.com, a complete redesign and making the brand multichannel.

    Posted 09/09/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    YesAsia.com is giving its apparel e-commerce site, YesStyle.com, a complete redesign and making the brand multichannel.
  • / Marketing

    YesStyle.com sews up more than $512,000 in sales for first six months

    YesStyle.com, a fashion e-commerce site launched last summer by YesAsia.com, has registered more than 800,000 visits and 13 million page views during its first six months, says Joshua K. Lau, YesAsia’s CEO.

    Posted 03/28/2007Mark BrohanPost a comment

    YesStyle.com, a fashion e-commerce site launched last summer by YesAsia.com, has registered more than 800,000 visits and 13 million page views during its first six months, says Joshua K. Lau, YesAsia’s CEO.

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  • / Marketing

    YesAsia.com expanding with style

    YesAsia.com is launching YesStyle.com to help the company morph into a global mass merchandise online retailer and gain market share in the apparel segment. The company has launched YesStyle.com, which offers a range of apparel and other items.

    Posted 07/26/2006Bill BriggsPost a comment

    YesAsia.com is launching YesStyle.com to help the company morph into a global mass merchandise online retailer and gain market share in the apparel segment. The company has launched YesStyle.com, which offers a range of apparel and other items.

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    Why U.S. shoppers are saying yes to YesAsia.com

    YesAsia.com, a Hong Kong-based online retailer of Asian entertainment products, has been selling online in the U.S. for 7 years. U.S. web sales, about $13 million in 2004, should grow by at least 20% in 2005, says CEO Joshua Lau.

    Posted 07/11/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    YesAsia.com, a Hong Kong-based online retailer of Asian entertainment products, has been selling online in the U.S. for 7 years. U.S. web sales, about $13 million in 2004, should grow by at least 20% in 2005, says CEO Joshua Lau.

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