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Many see China as an important market but market entry is often perceived as complex and expensive. Our mission is to make it more manageable for businesses of any size to navigate the Chinese market.
Use our free research tools to uncover small-scale business development and marketing opportunities, learn about your competitors’ strategies, and find professional service providers, partners and distributors to help you engage with the Chinese market.
To reach your target Chinese market, you may need support in areas like cross-border e-commerce, Chinese digital marketing (e.g. WeChat and Weibo), market research, payment solutions, IP rights, distribution, logistics, setting up a company and so on. We did the groundwork for you by making it easier to find service providers that suit your business needs and budget. Simply use our search filters to narrow down your search! Remember to look beyond your own border. Sometimes the best service providers are not necessarily in your home country.
Find the fuel for your business by uncovering business development, marketing and collaboration opportunities. For example, if you are a travel service provider, you may list your services on top Chinese online travel platforms to attract more clients. If you sell high quality consumer products, you may raise your profile by using Chinese product discovery websites. The list goes on and on. We did the research for you so you can reach out to players in your sector to explore potential collaboration opportunities. Think creatively and approach your business development and marketing work with a global attitude.
Keep an eye on how your competitors are connecting with Chinese customers. Find out your competitors’ reputation, marketing and sales strategies in the Chinese market. For example, what do people think of their brands? Who are the people searching for them online? Do they use WeChat, Weibo or other social media platforms? Which e-commerce platform do they work with? What offline strategies do they have? Who are their partners? Identify avoidable mistakes, market trends and gaps in the market through detailed competitor research. Learn from your competitors to save time and money.
To uncover new business opportunities, it’s important to ask questions and seek feedback. For example, what are the top social media and networking platforms in China? Which company is the Google of China? Where do people shop? You can find answers to questions that are commonly asked here or ask your own questions. You can also check out our blog for more insight.
There are 751 million internet users in China, which is the same size as the European population. - The 40th CNNIC Report; angrymoo.com
The most used social media platform in China is WeChat, followed by QQ and then Weibo. - angrymoo.com
China's Singles Day 2017 sales were larger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the United States combined. - Mckinsey&Company
Mobile Payments in 2016: $790 billion in China VS $74 billion in the US. - Mckinsey&Company