Inbound Chinese Marketing for Retail & Luxury Brands, Thurs May 16th (09.30-14.00)
Who It's for
‘Inbound Chinese Marketing for Retail & Luxury Brands’ is aimed at Content Marketing Managers, Retail Directors, In-house PR teams and Digital and/or International Marketing Officers in fashion, luxury, retail, food & drink, travel, and hospitality sectors.
09:30 – 10:00 Registration and coffee
10:00 – 10:30 Key insights for Inbound Chinese audiences– segments & market size, recent trends, behaviours and motivations.
10:30 – 11:30: Understanding Key Inbound Consumer Touchpoints 2019
Pre-departure – awareness building before departure
On-location– reinforce actions from visitors, students, and expats in targeted regions
Hyper-local – drive store footfall
11:30-11:55: Q&A and coffee break
11:55-12:15: Practical guide to your own channel set up (landing page, WeChat & Weibo)
12:15 – 12:35 In-store and e-commerce payments – What brands need to know about Alipay & WeChat pay
12:35 – 13:00 Successful case studies and how to start your first campaign.
13:00 – 14:00 Q&A, lunch and networking
Our half-day masterclass, hosted by expert speakers from Emerging Communications and leading global payment provider Adyen will provide you with the latest insights into the Chinese inbound consumer journey, their preferences and expectations, a look at successful industry case studies as well as quick win solutions to increasing visibility and driving footfall.
Come and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere where you will not only have the opportunity to discuss your own China marketing issues with China marketing and payment specialists but also network with other inbound focused brands, retailers and destinations.
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What You'll Learn
Chinese consumers are extremely mobile, it is estimated that 129m Chinese are travelling abroad every year, 540m Chinese students choose overseas locations and around 65m Chinese expats live outside of China mainland. These consumer segments create a unique and lucrative opportunity for brands.
Why should you consider targeting in-bound Chinese?
- A niche segment: for a more efficient and effective marketing effort, avoiding competing “head-on” with major players in China.
- Early adopters: Highly influenced by European culture, more receptive to trying out new brands and products
- Key influencers: They actively recommend brand choices to their family & friends in China
- Fewer obstacles to buy: It is easier for them to purchase products through brands’ eCommerce & stores with fewer shipping and site hosting issues.
This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about these Chinese audience segments, as well as learning useful tips and strategies, that you can implement straight away.
Domenica Di LietoCEO
More than 25 years of sales and marketing experience, with a specialization in marketing in China, Domenica is in great demand as a public speaker on all elements of Chinese consumer communications. As a recognized Chinese digital consultant to a number of large brands, Domenica leads her team ensuring the best quality work in the industry.
Melody YehPlanning Director
Melody has extensive in-market experience in Chinese digital marketing, having worked for some of China’s and the UK’s largest and best-known agencies in the past 14 years.
Melody heads Emerging Communications’ programmatic divisions and specialises in planning and buying media across Chinese platforms, sourcing and forming strong relationships with key media suppliers. Melody also heads the luxury operations division.
As a renowned trainer and public speaker, with a vast knowledge of the Chinese digital landscape, Melody is often seen on industry panels and speaking at events.
Willemijn van Lookeren CampagneLocal Payments Manager
As Product Manager for the Local Payments Team at Adyen, a company which provides localised payments solutions for over 3,500 clients worldwide.
Willemijn has been working closely with both Alipay and WeChat Pay. Enabling Chinese shoppers all over the world to make use of their preferred payment method, across mobile, online and instore.
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