May 15, 2020|
Photo Gallery: This Week at JD (May 11-15)
JD.ID, the e-commerce joint venture of JD.com in Indonesia, is collaborating with nine renowned Indonesian designers to launch a fund-raising initiative named Designers Give Back to support the fight against COVID-19. The designer selections are exclusively sold at JD.ID’s e-commerce platform. All the proceeds will be donated to the Kitabisa Foundation to purchase medical equipment for several government-sanctioned hospitals to treat COVID-19 patients.
J.Zao, JD.com’s in-house consumer goods brand, and Costa Coffee launched a co-branded reusable glass coffee cup, aiming to convince consumers to stop using disposable cups.
On May 15th, South China Morning Post filmed JD’s back to work measures.
JD Health together with the online platform of Social Participation in Poverty Alleviation and Development of China and 11 pharmaceutical companies, launched the “Healthy China, Medical Subsidy Project”. Targeted at government-designated poor households across the country, the project has provided by far the largest amount of subsidies and broadest coverage of any subsidy project for poor households in China.
With people returning gradually to normal life after the epidemic subsides in China, residential compounds are increasingly allowing doorstep deliveries as before. As of May 11th, over 80% of compounds resume allowing JD couriers to enter and provide delivery services.
Ye Yang, head of health supplements for JD Health speaks to Nutrition Asia about the development of global health supplement brands on JD under COVID19. JD’s commitment to authenticity and its strong supply chain have attracted many international health supplement brands.