AllChinaTech and DayDayUp are presenting the second Tech Junction on WeChat marketing in Beijing on Thursday March 10.
You’ve registered a public account on WeChat for your business and are hoping to draw some attention from its 650 million monthly active users. You’ve been posting updates on your products, services, or your founders’ insights everyday for a few months.
So now what?
How come some public accounts get 20K page views and yours don’t? And wait, what’s the difference between a subscription account and a service account? Lastly, you don’t have a budget yet to hire a marketing team or a consultant to figure out the platform. Thomas Graziani, Co-Founder of WalktheChat, has all the advice you need on WeChat marketing.
Speaker: Thomas Graziani | Co-Founder | WalktheChat
Thomas co-founded WalktheChat, a consulting and development agency, more than two years ago. The agency builds innovative strategies and products for WeChat marketing and branding for clients including Nestle and American National Football League. Previously, he worked as a Strategy Analyst at Schneider Electric in Beijing, where he spearheaded the company’s signature Smart Cities and Smart Grid initiatives in China.
Host: Wendy Tang | Writer | AllChinaTech
Wendy has been honing her journalism craft since 2007 in New York, Atlanta and Hong Kong. She most recently served as Hong Kong Vice President for the Asia chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA-Asia), in which she co-chaired two regional journalism conferences.
**Please register this event here. Registration is required prior to attending. Thank you.**
What is Tech Junction?
A meetup group in Beijing with a stated goal of exchanging ideas in short, sharp dialogues among startups, tech and media professionals, in order to shed light on the tech scene in China. Our goal is to establish a tech community to connect with thinkers and dealmakers around the world.
What do we do at Tech Junction?
A 30-minute Q&A with a well-known startup founder hosted monthly, each time with an appealing topic, followed by 20 minutes of open discussion with attendees and flexible networking time. Apart from offline events, we will publish online videos of dialogue highlights from our events on popular social networks.
Find out what we discussed at our last Tech Junction here.