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  2. Top influencer Li Jiaqi’s online return gives Alibaba a ...

    www.scmp.com/tech/big-tech/article/3193315/top...

    Li is the only top influencer to have made a comeback since China took down the country’s top three live streamers for a variety of reasons over the past 12 months, including content breaches ...

  3. Key Influencer Marketing Statistics You Need to Know for 2022

    influencermarketinghub.com/influencer-marketing...

    1. Influencer Marketing Industry to Reach $16.4B in 2022. There’s no denying that influencer marketing is lucrative. The market grew from $1.7 billion in 2016 to $9.7 billion in 2020. In 2021, it soared to $13.8 billion, indicating a steady growth. This year, the market is projected to expand to a whopping $16.4 billion industry.

  4. Alibaba’s top influencer Austin Li Jiaqi returns to live ...

    www.scmp.com/tech/big-tech/article/3193195/...

    Live-streaming star Viya, whose real name is Huang Wei, went from being the country’s most bankable e-commerce streamer to a virtual pariah overnight after authorities in the eastern city of ...

  5. Heboh Influencer 'Raja Lipstik' Muncul Lagi Usai Hilang Misterius

    inet.detik.com/cyberlife/d-6309288/heboh...

    Austin Li bukan satu-satunya influencer terkenal yang menghilang di China. Viya yang dikenal sebagai influencer top wanita di sana, bahkan sudah tidak pernah muncul lagi sejak Desember 2021. Pemerintah mendendanya USD 210 juta atas tudingan mengemplang pajak.

  6. China’s livestreaming sales king returns to screens after ...

    whbl.com/2022/09/20/chinas-livestreaming-sales...

    Li, whose nickname is “Lipstick Brother”, was considered to be the last surviving mega-livestreaming influencer after his biggest rival Viya was fined 1.34 billion yuan and shut down over tax evasion in December. Analysts say their disappearance from screens have hurt online sales.

  7. China’s livestreaming sales king returns to screens after ...

    wtvbam.com/2022/09/20/chinas-livestreaming-sales...

    Li, whose nickname is “Lipstick Brother”, was considered to be the last surviving mega-livestreaming influencer after his biggest rival Viya was fined 1.34 billion yuan and shut down over tax ...

  8. Li Yifeng: China arrests star who played Mao for soliciting ...

    news.yahoo.com/li-yifeng-china-arrests-star...

    These include actress Zheng Shuang, social media influencer Viya and Chinese-Canadian actor Kris Wu. Many in China have compared the arrest of Mr Li to that of Mr Wu in July 2021 for suspected rape. The All China Women's Federation has said such scandals are "not isolated cases in the entertainment industry" and that they "shatter the public's ...

  9. Un’anteprima su Business People di settembre

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    Elogio del cambiamento. Anzi, dell’evoluzione. Si potrebbe riassumere così la cover story del numero di settembre di Business People (già disponibile in versione digitale e in edicola dal 30 agosto): in queste pagine, infatti, Stefano Filippazzi, Managing Director per l’Italia di GHD, marchio leader nell’hairstyling nel segmento fashion di alta gamma, racconta come la coraggiosa scelta ...

  10. I went to hell on the way to winning Dragons' Den, says DJ ...

    www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1053042

    China's 'queen of livestreaming' influencer Viya is fined £160 MILLION for tax evasion and has online presence wiped in Beijing's latest crackdown on celebrity culture