When it comes to cleaning products, it should come as little surprise that efficacy tops the list of most important attributes that consumers around the world seek out when selecting household cleaners.
Apple’s share rose by 0.94%. OPPO’s share soared by 1.27%, followed by Vivo(0.87%), Huawei(0.48%), and Gionee (0.21%), Samsung went down 1.76%
As multinational companies continue to expand into new markets, often providing access to a greater range of products for local consumers, are local companies getting lost in the shuffle? Not necessarily so. In fact, many local companies are thriving.
Many consumers appear to have strong preferences about the origin of the products they buy, but how important is this attribute really when they consider a purchase? How does it stack up against other selection factors?
84% of Chinese respondents watch some type of video-on-demand programming. 75% of respondents watch video-on-demand content at least once per week.
72% of the general population in China listens to music, and they do so for an average of 16 hours per week, often on smartphones and with specialized headphones.
Typically, small teams build concepts, get qualitative or quantitative feedback, refine concepts, collect another round of feedback, and so on, until they arrive at a “winning” concept. This technique works well, but it suffers from one major drawback: It often produces ideas that are good enough but not the best.
72% of the general population in China listens to music – for an average of 16 hours a week; annually, approximately $86 is spent per person on music-related activities.
Cleaning can be a thankless job. Luckily, there’s a variety of cleaning products to help. In fact, the tools that consumers use to clean their homes are as diverse as the regions themselves.
China’s Internet financing business will present itself as a major force in participating international competition and cooperation in the near future.