Career and social networking hold significant importance in the Chinese business scene, especially for foreign B2B marketers seeking local company partners. With the censorship of LinkedIn in China, Maimai emerged as a reliable social networking platform not only for job seekers but also for new brands trying to reach out to potential investors and connect with industry professionals.
Artificial intelligence has taken the world by storm, with over 250 million companies worldwide utilizing this technology for their day-to-day business operations. Although the Chinese government has barred access to ChatGPT in China, Baidu took center stage and introduced its AI chatbot, Ernie Bot, to the general public as a local alternative.
When it comes to Chinese e-commerce, the first thing that often comes to mind is popular local platforms like Tmall, JD.com, or Little Red Book. But did you know that there’s another market that can help you connect with consumers in China? According to 2022 market data, Pinduoduo surpassed JD.com as the second-largest Chinese e-commerce platform.