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UMS CEO Jessica Miao recently spoke on a panel at an AustCham Shanghai event discussing the opportunities for international Food & Beverage brands in the China market.   The discussion highlighted some of the major challenges F&B brands face when preparing digital marketing campaigns for the China market.   Jessica identified four key points that […]

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The recent marketing and PR disasters suffered by Dolce & Gabbana and Zara have once again highlighted the importance of understanding your target market, particularly when it comes to China.   As one of the world’s largest fashion consumer markets, China is too big an opportunity for many fashion brands to ignore. China now accounts […]

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  CLIENT: TOURISM NEW ZEALAND PROJECT: WECHAT SURVEY   New Zealand’s destination brand is one of most recognised and respected globally and the country is experiencing record numbers from tourism. As one of its most important markets, China has been integral to driving this growth and Tourism New Zealand’s activity on WeChat has been central […]

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UMS is partnering with the Australian China Business Council (ACBC) to host a Digital Marketing Accelerator program for Australian businesses and marketers.   The program, which will be hosted by ACBC’s South Australian branch, will incorporate a series of masterclass sessions designed to help Australian businesses excel in China.   The Digital Marketing Accelerator will […]

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As China ushers in the Year of the Pig, UMS takes a look at the key consumer trends and behaviours that marketers need to consider in 2019.     1. Quality vs Quantity As the talk of China’s economic slowdown continues, Chinese consumers are shifting their focus from quantity to quality purchases. This year’s Spring […]

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The spending power of Chinese consumers continues to be a lucrative drawcard for foreign and international companies, however, as more and more brands target this attractive audience, the need to define which Chinese audiences to target has become even more important.   While the majority of companies are focused on targeting specific segments of China’s […]

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  The Chinese are not traditionally known as big wine drinkers, however, China’s wine market is thriving as middle class Chinese consumers increasingly develop a palette for wine.   The growth is particularly good news for Australian wine brands, which have seen a 51% increase in exports to China in the last year to reach […]

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United Media Solution enjoyed a strong agency and client presence at the inaugural China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai this month.   New Zealand Trade Pavilion at CIIE United Media Solution worked with long standing client New Zealand Trade & Enterprise (NZTE) to create a digital platform for the event. CIIE attendees were invited […]

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Over the next five years China plans to import more than US$10 trillion worth of goods and services. This rise in imports, driven by growing consumer demands is providing huge opportunities for foreign companies like those in Australia and New Zealand.   While the growth is coming from across the country, it is particularly driven […]

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  UMS Business Development Manager Jo Ruo provided South Australian businesses with an in-depth presentation and masterclass on how to build brands in China.   The event, which was hosted by the Australia China Business Council, was attended by representatives from local SME businesses including delegates from retail and food and wine industries, as well […]

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