<p class="has-normal-font-size" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">This article is based on a question from a woman a few years back regarding her WordPress website site. <br>Of course, it applies to any website, not just WordPress. <br>There are many excellent articles on the web with more indepth detail- you might find value in reading them alsoThisContinue reading “Content Marketing for Success in China”
Introducing China’s E-ferendums! We’ve listed this as SOCIAL Media News as it sheds a small amount of light n the way China works- sort of behind the scenes. Whilst it is true China does not have elections as we in the the west know them, with all the hype and pageantry, their system does provideContinue reading “Peoples Voice in China Government”
How to Fairly Limit the Traffic on Beijing Roads? In this article we introduced China’s E-feredums, a mechanism where both central and local Governments use social media platforms to “test the waters” before passing pending legislation into law. Much like the British referendum, they are of course non binding, and no Government can ever pleaseContinue reading “China’s E-ferendums”
WPBeijing was a marketing studio founded by Peter Bic and Everlyne Yu in Beijing, October 2003. In 2017 it became known as Bicyu NZ Co Ltd. Aim2D is an umbrella media arm of Bicyu. This article is part of a Weekend Series where we dare to share some of our experiences and insights. So, makeContinue reading “Why some brands struggle and ultimately fail in China.”
As China slowly starts to move towards a new post Covid future, more international big brand names are doubling down on their China investment. We recently commented on two German automobile brands, VW and BMW, who had increased their stake in their China investment. Today we look at another German brand following in similar footContinue reading “Adidas Strengthens its Position in China”
Earlier this year China announced it was relaxing rules around foreign Joint Ventures [JV] in China. Previously, foreign firms had been restricted to a 50/ 50 share. Among the first of the foreign firms to take advantage of this were the German automotive maker giants BMW and VW . Earlier BMW had moved to takeContinue reading “Volkswagen strengthens its Commitment to New Energy Vehicles in China”
If yu live or have spend ore than a few weeks in China, chances are that Taobao is not unknown to you. In fact, even if you have never been here, you are probably familiar with the name If not fear not, as Alibaba is, as our title explains, looking at launching an “out ofContinue reading “Alibaba Attempts to Replicate Taobao Model Overseas”
Covid 19 takes some of the warmth from Beijing’s welcome. Summer maybe coming to Beijing but the usual warm welcome for business visitors is little chilly.To counter a growing threat of Covid infections from overseas business visitrs Beijing will require business visitors staying at local hotels to take nucleic acid tests to ensure they don’tContinue reading “Beijing Cools Welcome to Visitors”
Cosmetic Design Asia Presents a round up: 15-May-2020 By Amanda Lim Fashion, luxury, cosmetics. Even if they are not your niche product, or anywhere near , even if you have no interest, if you have a business in China they are a good gauge to where things are heading. So keeping a close eye on fashionContinue reading “Top cosmetics stories featuring L’Oréal, Azelis and more”
China will shortly hold its Political Consultative Conference . This extract is a lead up published by the China Daily Both domestic and foreign businesses will be watching to see how China will respond.
WPBeijing was a marketing studio founded by Peter Bic and Everlyne Yu in Beijing, October 2003. In 2017 it became known as Bicyu NZ Co Ltd. Aim2D is an umbrella media arm of Bicyu. This article is part of a Weekend Series where we dare to share some of our experiences and insights. So, makeContinue reading “China’s Booming Second Hand Market”
Just when it seems the latte was lack lustre in China with Luckin’s demise, a new chapter in the battle for coffee in China is brewing.
Ok, enough of the cliches and puns, the story follows.Yum China partners with Lavazza to launch the Lavazza coffee shop concept in China.
LuxePulse Fashion,- is a quarterly report published by our friends at the “Luxurry Conversation” AKA Reuter Intelligence Luxpulse gives businesses market analysis and news on brand campaigns, influencer collaborations, digital activations across Chinese social platforms and more.
China Resources Beer Holdings Co. Ltd., the Asian country’s largest brewer, intends to close breweries churning out low-priced products while boosting output of Heineken, in response to growing local demand for premium beer and intensifying competition at the low end.
Samsung is first to ship RAM produced with extreme ultraviolet tech.
China’s retail sales grew by 8% in 2019; online up 16.5% March 4, 2020 By CIW Team In 2019, the total retail sales of consumer goods in China reached 41,164.9 billion yuan (US$6,010 bn), up by 8.0% year-on-year (nominal growth rate). The real growth rate was 6.0%. Of the total, the retail sales of consumer goods excludingContinue reading “Rise and Fall of China Retail Sales, 2019 to 2020”
Daimler AG is working with China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, to set up a joint venture to make the electric version of Smart cars in China.
China’s Didi is set to operate a fleet of electric vehicles into operation in Mexico this year.
The fleet will run hybrid and electric vehicles from BYD and Renault.
China new food laws: Whilst wide ranging, a notable point is the strengthening of consumer protection.
The new law targets false, misleading or exaggerated marketing claims intended to mislead or confuse shoppers.