Understand online Chinese consumer trends in food and beverages

Will Kreznick

If you want to understand the online Chinese consumer trends in food and beverages, then sign up for DCCC’s upcoming webinar on 8 June. The webinar is organized in cooperation with The Danish-Chinese Business forum and the Danish Chamber in Hong Kong. More about the webinar: China’s online market is […]

If you want to understand the online Chinese consumer trends in food and beverages, then sign up for DCCC’s upcoming webinar on 8 June. The webinar is organized in cooperation with The Danish-Chinese Business forum and the Danish Chamber in Hong Kong.

More about the webinar:

China’s online market is dynamic, particularly after Covid-19. Products in food & beverage are those that consumers purchase the most online. By observation over years, Smart Path has noticed a movement in segments within the category, indicating online consumers’ behavior or preference has changed. Understanding such movements are helpful for companies and organizations to understand China’s online market as well as online consumers’ behavior – insights that may have business potential and can be valuable for further growth in China. Kevin Dai, Smart Path will present the audience with a cross-categories comparison and experiences from the market, and a helicopter view on the positioning of each category and development in online trends.

Following the presentation, there will be an open discussion at which any related questions and/or comments are most welcome.

Event details:

Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Time: 15:00-16:00 CST (China)

Language: English

Price: Free for Member and RMB150 for Non-Member

Find more information and register here

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