Dealmoon To Exhibit At Internet Retailer Conf In June

Dealmoon’s Chinese American Shopper’s Average Order Value Soars Above Online Averages

(Union City, CA, May 20, 2016) –, who has built a voracious niche of 13M monthly visits from Chinese American online shoppers and an Alexa rating of 1134, will make its debut at the Internet Retailer Conference + Exhibition (IRCE) at McCormick Center, Chicago June 7-9, 2016.  Since 2009, U.S.-based has consistently delivered a lofty $200 average order value selling billions of dollars for some of America’s most cherished brands. is known for bringing the Singles Day (11/11) online shopping phenomenon to those e- and retailers, sales of which in 2015 dwarfed their Cyber Monday and Black Friday online totals for the first time. will showcase their services to IRCE participating brands in booth #1855.

 “When I was at Monster Products managing e-retail for the #1 headphone brand, ‘Beats By Dre™’ (currently owned by Apple),” said Jeff Helfand, now Senior Director of Business Development for Dealmoon, “Dealmoon  was helping me sell 1,000’s of units in a single week, consistently out-performed Google Search and, frankly, was my leading source of online customers. I’m looking forward to sharing this best kept secret with the IR 1000.”

“On 2015 Single’s Day, ” said Co-Founder of, Jennifer Wang, “We had over 150 luxury brands giving our users exclusive offers, including the top six U.S. luxury department stores.  We were able to generate over $1.5 million in sales for one of the department stores – within 72 hours.”

This summer, will be expanding their offerings with local deals through their app, which has already attracted 1M downloads. While at IRCE, they will be looking for not only national brands, but those who are looking to drive regional traffic. is the brainchild of six Chinese Americans whose initial concept was to serve as a one-stop shop for their fellow immigrants to feather their nests and find all they needed to build a new life in America. Today, it has become an online shopping phenomenon that is fueled by product recommendations of their editors in San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York City, Dallas, and two offices in China. More than 5M enthusiastic followers congregate on the Chinese equivalent of Facebook / Twitter called Weibo and a sister online magazine called Fashion Moon also serves as an online lead generator.

About – is the biggest shopping secret unknown to most Americans, yet it is one of the world’s leading cross-continent consumer buying advisory websites with 13M monthly visitors and 4M vocal fans on over 40 social media channels. With offices in China and the U.S.,’s curation shopping advisors make product recommendations on exclusives and deals for categories such as beauty, apparel, shoes, handbags, electronics, nutrition, baby, home, travel and finance.  Some of the world’s most storied brands and cherished retailers and e-tailers are listed.’s powerful influence has been known to decimate entire inventories of brands from a single posting within a few days. With its massive leverage, introduced China’s annual Singles’ Day to North America; the shopping event (bigger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined) and was lauded by TIME magazine. publishes over 400 best-of-web deals per day in both English and Chinese. was the recipient of the coveted Retail Innovation Award in 2016.

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