China’s digital economy has always been ahead of its time. When the rest of the world started paying attention to QR codes and live commerce platforms because of the pandemic, Chinese citizens had long been utilizing these trends for their daily needs.
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.
In China, festivals hold a special place in the hearts of people, serving as a time for celebration, reflection, and cultural heritage. They provide foreign brands with a unique opportunity to connect with Chinese consumers on a deeper level, foster brand loyalty, and drive business growth. As experts in digital marketing, we have witnessed firsthand the impact that well-executed festival campaigns can have on brand visibility, engagement, and sales.