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This article was created by Cecilia Zhang who leads the UMS connect team. The team work with the clients closely on media and KOL strategies, plannings and executions. You can contact Cecilia via email: Cecilia.zhang@umssocial.com. China’s cloud economy is accelerating faster than ever with businesses becoming digitally capable in a matter of months. The Covid-19 […]

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There is no question that over the past five years, live streaming in China’s online ecosystem has taken the market by storm, completely revolutionising the way people interact with brands, purchase products and discover new ones. This sales-boosting strategy has proven extremely effective on e-commerce sites for brands during the Singles Day, the biggest shopping […]

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  For nearly a year, United Media Solution (UMS) has been part of AFFINITÀ, a network of entrepreneurial, independent agencies hand-picked for their energy, expertise and effectiveness. Through AFFINITÀ, UMS has been able to further reach new clients across the globe, helping them to achieve their China-focused goals.   As part of the global independent […]

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Brands need to go beyond China’s dominant ecommerce platforms if they wish to connect and engage with Chinese consumers.   Tmall and JD.com have become so large and competitive that brands wishing to cut through the clutter need to consider other more targeted options if they wish to achieve success.   While, China’s ecommerce market […]

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China is in the midst of a social commerce revolution. The explosion of online payment systems such as Alipay and WeChat Pay has seen cash disappearing from the shopping experience as people embrace mobile wallets. With WeChat Pay, AliPay and other online payment services integrated into the Chinese social ecosystem, consumers are spending more money […]

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Is it time for brands to stop trying to compete with all the noise on WeChat and Weibo and create strategic partnerships with smaller apps and social media platforms? The 846 million active users on WeChat are hard to ignore, but the costs required to stand out are making the platform less attractive, particularly to […]

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Everyone wants to know how to succeed in marketing to the Chinese, and with Chinese consumer spending expected to triple to $6 trillion by 2020 (compared with flattening Western markets) as projected by Boston Consulting Group and reported in Jing Daily,  it’s no wonder! But succeeding in China is not as easy as it may first […]

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