Marketing for Lifestyle Brands in China

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With the digitalization of the Chinese society, having a presence online is vital for your brand in China.


Design reflect your brand's image and quality. It must be polished. We can help you understand Chinese people's tastes.

Social networks

Social networks are a huge part of Chinese people's lives. A WeChat and Weibo account will help you reach customer easily and create a sense of community.


Baidu is the main search engine in China. As Google is inaccessible in mainland China, you need to adapt your SEO campaign to Baidu to gain visibility.

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Located in heart of Shanghai, the reputation of our agency is based on quality work and innovative solutions that reach Chinese high end consumers. You can check some of our case studies here.


Go digital

It’s clear that International brands experiencing the most success in China have put a lot of effort into developing a digital marketing strategy, especially for Chinese consumers. We will take Coach strategy as an example in China. In fact, Coach was one of the first luxury brands to enter China, partnering with regional and local distributors. It was also one of the first international luxury brands to launch a flagship store on Alibaba’s Tmall. Then in 2016, Coach closed its Tmall store and is now heavily pursuing a WeChat strategy. Everyone’s still fighting over the same consumer and millennial audience. Moreover, Estée Lauder has reinvented its brand image in China, targeting millennials who now contribute about 35 percent to 40 percent of its sales in China. The main reason for its success is the implementation of new digital marketing campaigns specifically for the Chinese market. The Estée Lauder brand recorded a whopping 40 percent growth in China in the fourth quarter of 2017. Besides providing convenient payment options such as UnionPay, WeChat Pay, and Alipay, brands who are looking to attract Chinese tourists need to focus on growing brand awareness.

The Chinese market

Chinese millennials grew up with the internet and social media. But because they were the only children, so they turned to the internet as the best way for socializing and entertainment. For International brands, finding the right strategy that is widely accepted by different audience has become increasingly complicated thanks to the fast pace of communication and the flow of information. There are certainly some basic criteria for creating a good Chinese brandname, such as whether it is memorable, conveys the brand’s story, and has no negative meaning in Mandarin and major dialects. Those, who are still looking for Chinese consumers should probably re-think their strategy; otherwise, they might miss the boat. Naming is just one part of branding and is not the only factor that determines the performance of a luxury brand in China. In reality, this can not guarantee a satisfactory result, but that should not discourage brands.

Chinese KOLs

Influencers will be very helpful for your brands in China. If a product or service is loved by Chinese influencers and celebrities, there will be a natural trickle-down effect for Chinese consumers. According to the CBNData, the online celebrity economy reached over 58 billion yuan (US$8.4 billion) in 2017, that made the sector more valuable than the domestic film industry, which brought in 45.7 billion yuan in revenues during the same year. Luxury cosmetics brands such as M.A.C. and Bobbi Brown are initially became known in China because they were, and still, are, very popular among professional make-up artists. With the rise of social media, many of these make-up artists and stylists have also become online influencers, winning large audiences who come to them for beauty advice.



We are a group of Marketers that already help Lifestyle brands to enter the Chinese Market. If you want to communicate, sell, market your brand in China we can help you. Our range of services will help you to reach Chinese Modern Consumers. The number of Chinese high end consumers keeps on growing, and due to the emergence of a middle class, the Chinese market offers real opportunities for International Small and Medium Brands.

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Who are the main target ?

Millennials ! Chinese millennials spend about 70 percent of their income on socializing and dining out. The rest they will splurge on spa massages, high-end home accessories, and traveling. Chinese millennial who grew up during a China boom in the luxury sector, are much more willing to spend freely. They have advantages that their western counterparts don’t have. They don’t have student loan debt because their parents pay for their educations. Many don’t have housing expenses because their parents or grandparents have bought homes for them.

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