Douyin also called TikTok in Western Countries is an application created by the Chinese group Bytedance in September 2016.
Zhang Zhixia is sitting in a black metal chair, flipping through handouts about telecom fraud prevention with her reading glasses on. She is back in class after leaving school almost five decades ago.
This is one of the hot business topics of our time as the China Market becomes (in many sectors) the most lucrative of it’s kind in the world. With over 350 million middle class consumers, GDP growth of 7% year on year & powerful online eco-system for marketing & sales China certainly offers the greatest potential for savy business.
According to a recently released Newrank.cn report, from the 1st of January to the 14th of December 2018, WeChat Mini-programs attracted 4.3 billion RMB of funding, as part of 130 different funding rounds.
China have been a formidable field for innovation and is seen as the lands of opportunities by business owner and investor. This market has indeed an incredible potential with the growth of its middle class. However, China has its own practices, its own codes and it won’t be easy to succeed. Here is our guide to set you up for success in the middle kingdom.
Wines produced in new world regions, including many fine wines, prefer screw cap than cork, but when they entered China market, in order to adapt to the ceremonial sense of drinking, deliberately changed to cork for the needs of importers. This also led to the phenomenon that screw cap only accounted for small proportion in China imported wines.
Douyin is an impressive product: it was developed in 200 days, and within a year got to 100 million users, with more than 1 billion videos viewed every day.
The Chinese Ministry of Finance announced in November a new set of regulation affecting cross-border purchases. The new rules will take effect on the 1st of January 2019.