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Survey reveals consumers’ plan for Singles Day

From which e-commerce platforms will they buy from? What will they buy? How much money have they prepared?

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The Asia Pacific Marketing Monitor Report 2016

Marketers across Asia Pacific have changed their tactics to follow consumers onto rapidly growing social media channels. TNS’ latest Marketing Monitor study reflects latest trend in five themes.

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The State of Chinese Social Media in 2016

Through the launch of the eighth China Social Media Landscape, Kantar Media CIC take the pulse of China’s social landscape and present five changes and developments.

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10 tips to turn your brand into a customer centric business

What does your brand need to do to create a successful, customer-centric business with a high-performing ‘Insights Engine’?

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Dabao most chosen cosmetics brand for Chinese consumers

Among the top 10 most chosen skin care and colour make-up brands, four are Chinese brands.

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iPhone market share expected to bottom out in China

iPhone 7 and 7 Plus will boost iPhone’s share of sales from its lowest level since July 2014, but there is no guarantee that it can usurp the current leader Huawei.

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Martin Guo is the Editor-in-Chief of Kantar China Insights.

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Nitin Nishandar is the Regional Managing Director, Brand & Communication for Asia Pacific in Ka…

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Jason Yu is the General Manager of Kantar Worldpanel China.

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Yaguang Liang is Consumer Insight Director of Kantar Worldpanel ComTech China.

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