Sat, 11 Jul 2020

Stankevicius has a major interest in Asian markets and so China is one of the hot scenes where the company aims to be at in the coming years. The company has appointed Kay Zhang as a new CMO for the Chinese market who will represent Stankevicius in China, and develop various business solutions for the company to penetrate China's market. Kay Zhang will step in as acting CMO of China's region from 25th of February 2019.

Helping Chinese companies to enter western markets

Stankevicius will provide Chinese companies with the best advertising and PR tools, strategies and professional consulting on how to enter European and US markets and how to brand a company as a newcomer in foreign markets.

Helping overseas companies to enter China

Stankevicius will help clients to analyze the Chinese market and to figure out the best-fit marketing channels for foreign companies to enter China. Stankevicius will upkeep clients with latest Chinese trends and prepare them to adapt any changes and explore new business opportunities.

Chinese online market statistics

The Chinese online consumer market has been steadily growing, in 2017 the number of Internet users in China reached 772 million people - an increase of 40.74 million from the previous year. The Internet penetration reached 55.8%.

The online shopping users in China reached 533 million in 2017, accounting for 69.1% (533 million) of the total Internet users. Mobile shoppers comprise nearly 95% of the total online shoppers number. In 2017 transactions online surpassed 1.07 trillion USD (7.2 trillion CNY).

About Stankevicius

Stankevicius is a leading global advertising, marketing, and public relations firm that provides a wide range of advertising and marketing services to a substantial and diversified client base that includes corporations, financial companies, startups, and individuals. Founded in 2014, the firm is headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and maintains locations in Hong Kong, Helsinki, and Minsk.

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