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2018 China Internet Trends

500 Global Team

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10.12.19

2018 china internet trends

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMxES33yg94&list=PLOStnEM8wBOZrl19sxIe_LGIbjQx9-w0l&index=13 During this recorded webinar, 500 Partner Edith Yeung covers the key learnings from her new report on 2018 China Internet Trends, including:

  • The number of rural internet users in China reached 209 million in 2017 with a penetration rate of 35% – what that means for the population of smaller cities and rural areas.
  • Why China’s internet companies – including media and education companies – are adopting a new ‘Social+’ model
  • How success or failure in China’s internet landscape, especially media or FinTech, is still contingent upon government authority

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