We Build your Store | We Promote your Business | You Make it Thrive
Shop Setup and Registration
We take care of the paperwork and deal with the platforms directly in order to simplify the process of getting setup on platforms
Promotion & Advertising
To sell in China you need to have the right tools and the right strategy focused on Chinese customers
We design stores not only according to your brand identity, but based on our expertise of what Chinese consumers respond to positively
Analysis & Optimization
As with any online advertising platform, e-commerce requires testing in order to find the best Return On Investment for your ad spend
Chinese eCommerce Marketplaces
There are many ways to sell online in China.
Contact us now to discover which solution fits your business best!
We Setup Stores and run smart Digital Marketing Campaigns in China
Your Chinese Website & Digital Marketing
E-Commerce & Digital Marketing Agency in China
Gentlemen Marketing Agency is a full-service marketing & E-Commerce Agency in China. Our solutions are designed to help you achieve your business goals in China. We have 6 years’ experience in providing invaluable online strategy to companies looking to penetrate or develop their activity in the Chinese market. We seek to form long term partnerships with serious projects.
Besides our ecommerce services we also have experience in Chinese social network marketing (such as WeChat and Weibo) but also in Search Marketing (Pay-per-click advertising and SEO on Baidu) as well as e-reputation and visibility.
Why Choose Us?
1. Results Oriented
2. Pure Digital Player
3. 350 + Clients
4. Smart & Innovative Solutions
5. ROI Agency, Return On Investment
Our eCommerce & Digital Marketing Services
Starting in the Chinese eCommerce world can be a risky and costly process when you don’t know the market. We help you every step of the way.
Our Lastest eCommerce & Digital Marketing Work in China
Chinese eCommerce, a gateway to the largest online market in the world, China
1) E-commerce is growing fast in China!
Today, China is the world’s biggest e-commerce market. With a $589 billion online retail sales volume in 2016, China is well ahead of the United States which totaled $341.7 billion the same year. One relevant example of the tremendous scale of Chinese e-commerce is the sales figures from the largest Chinese e-commerce platform ‘Alibaba’ on China’s Single Day (11/11) which reached $14.3 billion in just 24 hours, an even better performance than the US Black Friday.
2) Western products: Still Chinese Online Shoppers’ First Choice!
More and more Chinese consumers are looking for quality products. What they are seeking is real authenticity, high quality and a strong safety record when it comes to their purchases. For these reasons, Chinese consumers trust Western products a lot more than they do local products. This trend is reflected in their consumption, with a considerable increase of cross-borders e-commerce platforms: in 2016, nearly 15% of the Chinese population made purchases from abroad, worth $57.13 billion, an increase of 90% compared to 2015.
3) Want to market online in China? It’s much easier nowadays!
Chinese e-commerce market has seen few changes during recent years and fortunately for foreign companies, Chinese business licenses or the holding of local stock aren’t required anymore in order to enter the market. With the legislation relaxed, selling online in China is getting much easier. Since 2014, some Chinese cross-borders platforms, such as Tmall Global from Alibaba or JingDong, are open for foreign companies to set up e-shops via their e-commerce portals. .
China eCommerce & Digital News
WeChat is THE platform used by Chinese customers to follow and interact with their favourite brands. In fact Wechat as its own independent websites which can be accessed only through an integrated Wechat browser. Wechat stores are an option for all those brands that...
More and more foreigner companies and international businesses start to look on the Chinese marketing potential since the population here is growing as incredibly fast as it’s income. Additionally to still lack of the high quality products and services it makes local...
In the last 5 years the e-learning sector has grown exponentially. University students, housewives, retirees, employees of small and large companies, freelancers: millions of people nowadays turn to online courses to increase or refine their skills. On the other side...
China's appetite for healthy and natural food is becoming an insatiable hunger. It seems in fact that the Chinese want more and more healthy food products. A market that is developing fast so much so that we are talking about peaks of 70 billion for 2020. Influenced...
Baidu PPC means Baidu's pay-per-click, an advertising system in which advertisers bid on a list of keywords in order to display their clickable ads in Baidu's search results. Advertisers need to pay for the clicks, which is how Baidu makes money from search. Baidu PPC...
According to the Beijing Food and Drug Administration, in Beijing’s city, there are more than 1,8 million delivery orders per day. To order for food has become a habit for numerous Chinese people. With no doubts, this is a burgeoning market. However...
Chinese apps, especially the main popular are often linked with business activities. The digitalization has took off Chinese society and consumers are nowadays more present online. In order to reach your Chinese consumers, you need to manage an O2O (online to offline)...
Chinese tech companies are developing completely new business models that are totally different from those born in the Western world. It is also true that it is more difficult to have information on the digital market in China, closed behind the firewalls that isolate...
In China, almost no one buys on single individual sites, as happens in the rest of the world. Here consumers search for products in marketplaces. Although Taobao.com remains the most important for now, Jd.com is giving its competitor a hard time with its 301.8 million...
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