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With the tremendous expansion of China’s internet and mobile usage, there are more online advertising opportunities for intentional businesses. Before entering this fast growing and constantly evolving market, it is crucial to make a dynamic strategy that adapts to changes.

Thanks to high mobile penetration, Chinese social media landscape constantly evolves with the emergence of new roles to keep up with the growing demand. Many websites and mobile apps are integrated with social networking features, such as e-commerce platforms Taobao (Alibaba) and Pinduoduo, and...

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Do you know why you should choose a Chinese B2C platform?

Chinese people love to buy online much more than Westerners. You can buy anything you could want (clothes, food, computers, digital products,...

Companies in Europe recognize the tremendous potential of doing business in China. Many of them are looking for an approach for marketing and sales that meets the country’s unique B2B and B2C landscape. There are some clear steps to bridge the global gap successfully!

China has established itself at the top of the hot list of worldwide sales markets. As a result, companies invest a lot of money to set up locations in Beijing, Shanghai or Shenzhen, recruit local staff and expect success to be coming quickly. 谈何容易 (tán hé róngy) is the Chinese proverb that we...

Have you ever canceled a purchase because the payment method did not work for you? No company wants to lose potential customers at the finish line. Due to the enormous market penetration of WeChat's payment service, this hardly happens in China: The smartphone has become a wallet.

Anyone who thinks WeChat is simply the Chinese counterpart to Facebook has not quite grasped its power: Thanks to the countless miniprograms that run on the app, it permeates the daily lives of its users in an unparalleled way.

Trade fairs are still very important in the Middle Kingdom. Particularly in B2B marketing, they form an important entry point for customer communication - especially when it comes to generating WeChat contacts.

Although they are somewhat known in Western societies, they are far from popular: QR codes. This is different in China. The popular WeChat app uses QR codes for various functions, making them indispensable for companies active in the Middle Kingdom.

Foreign companies that want to enter the Chinese market successfully have to be familiar with local privacy regulations and adapt to them. This includes the Cybersecurity Act, which came into effect in June 2017.