Have you ever tried to build a new overseas brand and fail in your attempt? In any approach to China, foreign brands often make some common mistakes when trying to sell their products in China mainland. Although such misconceptions are not exclusive to online environment, we will focus on those that particularly affect your approach
New online advertising regulation in China will impact all digital business with presence in China. Here we bring you an analysis overview to start adapting to the new trend in advertisement. It would be after the death of a college student who took part in an experimental health treatment found in Baidu, when popular pressure
A picture is worth a thousand words After the great success achieved by our two articles 10 Things You Need To Know To Build a Chinese Website (I) (II), in the team we have thought it would be a good idea to summarize and turn them into an infographic. We hope you enjoy it as
There are plenty of Social Media platforms in China: while a few achieve great success, many succumb to a highly competitive scenario. Result of its dynamism, it is essential to keep attention on the changes that China faces in the digital world. From 2 Open, we have prepared a brief introduction about Weibo′s current situation.
Have you ever heard about Guanxi? This post seeks to provide practical guidelines to Companies on how to handle business interaction between Chinese and Foreign parties to ensure business agreements. While doing a Market Research, Companies should be aware of some of the basic particularities which can condition their success or failure. To develop an
It is almost August and tourists are everywhere. ?From 2 OPEN we are pleased to give you some basic steps to acquire Chinese Tourists through Digital Marketing. Since 2013, the number of Chinese outbound travel population and tourism consumption both already ranked the world’s first. In the next few years, Chinese outbound tourism consumption market
China is a very attractive country, rich in culture and full of traditions that appeal to most foreigners, it is also a place that offers considerable rewards for those who are seeking business opportunities. Despite its attractiveness there are some cultural barriers every foreigner has to overcome if they are planning to live in China,