SABRE Awards, Asia-Pacific, Retailers, Gold, 2019
Chengdu IFS (CDIFS), a shopping mall, made itself the centre of art in the city by collaborating with the Chengdu Government and Paris' Saint-Germain-des-Pres Committee, which led to sales growth of 124%.
There is fierce international competition to attract an estimated 140 million Chinese outbound travellers, yet Tourism New Zealand has been punching above its weight by leveraging the targeting capabilities of WeChat, the popular social messaging ...
Tencent is to launch its own version of a digital voice assistant, in a move being seen as a major shift to expand beyond smartphone use for the WeChat app, The Siri-like assistant could allow the WeChat app to be deployed in smart cars and offer ...
Dragons of Asia, Best in China, Best Integrated Marketing Campaign, 2018
Watson's Water, a producer and distributor of bottled water, increased brand loyalty in China with a customer relationship management (CRM) programme, which used QR codes on bottles to encourage the collection of reward points and repeat purchase.
SABRE Awards, Gold, APAC, Employee Communications, 2018
METRO, an international retail company, got 80% of employees in China following the WeChat Enterprise Account (WEA), which allowed them to receive information in real time, improved work efficiency and the quality of work life.
SINGAPORE: Western brands needs to make sure they get the basics right to find success in China –including the bureaucratic elements – and to avoid common pitfalls, according to a China marketing expert.
BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO: Google has launched an artificial intelligence game in the form of a mini-app that will sit within Tencent’s WeChat platform, a sign not only of the company’s ambition to re-enter China’s consumer market but ...
BEIJING: WeChat now boasts one million mini-programs that are helping to increase user engagement with the Tencent-owned messaging app and which are attracting the attention of brands keen to exploit commercial opportunities.