What Does It Take to Break Into Chinese Market?

Aug 09

What Does It Take to Break Into Chinese Market?

This article was first published by Hal Conick of American Marketing Association (AMA.org).  A growing internet user base means a smaller world for marketers. How can marketers break into markets like Japan, China and Germany? Marketing News spoke with experts from across the world to find out. The first interview about breaking into Chinese market is with Val...

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5 Reasons Why Chinese Sharing Economy Future Is Looking Promising

May 24

5 Reasons Why Chinese Sharing Economy Future Is Looking Promising

In this post we are going to have a closer look at five main drivers powering fast growing Chinese sharing economy. In our earlier article, we have introduced six most innovative services that have developed around various concepts of Chinese sharing economy. Some of those companies, like DiDi, have grown enormous within record time, swallowing rivals and winning...

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China Sharing Economy: Six Most Innovative Services

May 17

China Sharing Economy: Six Most Innovative Services

The concept of sharing services didn’t originate in China, but, in recent years, Chinese are increasingly embracing many concepts of sharing economy. Several innovative startups have been on the forefront of  China sharing economy with some achieving major success in record time. Here we are reviewing several of those companies which are based on variety of...

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Live Streaming in China and the Rise of New Type of KOLs

Mar 01

Live Streaming in China and the Rise of New Type of KOLs

In 2016, live streaming in China has been reshaping the ways people use mobile internet becoming the latest craze in the country. The phenomenon has also given rise to a new type of live-streamer KOLs. According to China Internet Network Information Center, the number of live-streaming users reached 325 million in mid-2016 - nearly half of China’s total...

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Fading Popularity of Trump in China: The End of Obsession

Dec 28

Fading Popularity of Trump in China: The End of Obsession

After initial fascination with Trump in China his popularity is quickly declining. Here why the love affair has began in the first place and why it is over. Leading to US election last November, US president elect Donald Trump has been a fairly popular figure in China. According to the most recent poll before the election, 39 per cent of Chinese preferred to see him...

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Infographic on China BAT: Baidu Alibaba Tencent

Dec 14

Infographic on China BAT: Baidu Alibaba Tencent

China BAT is the collective term used to describe three largest software conglomerates: Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent. These three companies today practically run Chinese internet. Baidu is the Chinese version Google. It is the largest search engine and is, in terms of business interests, as diverse. Alibaba is the world largest ecommerce operator that runs Taobao and...

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