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Setting Up Your Weidian Shop in 2019

Weidian is often described as the “Shopify” of China. With over 80 million stores on its platform, its simplistic design makes it very popular. Weidian is easily accessible on mobile phones and uses convenient payment methods such as Wechat, Alipay and Union pay. In the Chinese market, its biggest competitor is Taobao.

Kate CHERNAVINASetting Up Your Weidian Shop in 2019
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HI-COM sponsors UT Gala 2019

For the second consecutive year, HI-COM has sponsored the prestigious UT Alumni GALA evening. Organised by the UT Alumni China, the soirée took place at Hotel Grand Mercure in Shanghai, on 19th October 2019.

Kate CHERNAVINAHI-COM sponsors UT Gala 2019
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The Boom of Blockchain in China in 2019

China and Blockchain are not two words you would normally associate together, until recently. President Xi Jinping identified blockchain as “a crucial breakthrough point for indigenous innovation of core technologies” during the meeting of the 13th National People’s Congress (NPC) standing committee.

Kate CHERNAVINAThe Boom of Blockchain in China in 2019
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Rugby World Cup Language Guide

The holy grail of all Rugby events is happening this weekend and we are all super excited. You have guessed it, it’s the Rugby world cup final in Japan! This Saturday, England will play against South Africa to see who will conquer and become the 2019 Rugby world cup champions.

Kate CHERNAVINARugby World Cup Language Guide
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Top 5 Gaming Languages for You

Today, the gaming industry shares a community of over 2 billion people and it’s only expected to grow.

According to figures in 2018, the gaming industry made over $134 billion and predictions show that those figures are expected double yet again, by 2025.  The gaming industry has now become bigger than both the film and music industries combined, which could be responsible for the rapid growth in online gaming languages and explain how they have become so globally recognized. 

Kate CHERNAVINATop 5 Gaming Languages for You
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Linking Chinese social media to e-commerce

One of the very first questions a marketer may ask when executing a campaign is, how can we increase sales from our social media activities – especially the ones with our KOL partnerships? In fact, understanding Chinese social media and the e-commerce world is not only important for ongoing marketing activities, but also for marketing strategies.

Kate CHERNAVINALinking Chinese social media to e-commerce
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