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Tag Archives: Chinese consumers
Singles Day in China and the future of Chinese brand development
Earlier this week you might have heard about China’s incredible ‘Singles Day’ sales of not quite US $6 billion that occurred this past Monday 11-11. Alibaba (full disclosure a recent client) has promoted this ‘holiday’ since 2009. Last year on Nov. … Continue reading
China Skinny does a good job curating China content
One of my new favorite China information sites is China Skinny It is a collection of stories related to marketing and lifestyle development in the Middle Kingdom. The variety of stories is very good and I almost always find more than … Continue reading
Winning in the U.S. market is still a big win
Despite slow progress the American economy is moving forward (or sideways), and foreign brands being successful in the United States continues to be a worthwhile pursuit. I am preparing to head to Japan, Hong Kong and China next week to … Continue reading