“We connect the dots.” – Benjamin Sun

THINKCHINA CLIENTS  


Doing business in Greater China can be rewarding but it is also complex and challenging. Success in the region requires commitment, local knowledge and adaptability. We have a reputation as a company that delivers successful China-related projects, bringing success for both Chinese and foreign companies. Our diverse talents allow us to be uniquely responsive to the fast-changing business and cultural environment, ensuring that your project is perfectly catered to your needs.

Our clients come from a broad range of Australian industries. Our wealth of experience has seen us work on retail to pharma, B2B, B2C and member-based organisations. We are proud to showcase some of our clients who have successfully strengthened their business relationships in China.

SELECTED CLIENTS



NSW BUSINESS CHAMBER

THINKCHINA provided assistance to Australian Business Chamber on Aliyun Cloud Hosting and ICP Recordal application. We are in charge of server monitoring and backup to ensure systems and applications are correctly configured at all times.



PADI ASIA PACIFIC

We worked with PADI Asia Pacific to create a tailored strategy to improve its current Chinese social media channels. We also developed its simplified and traditional Chinese language website to target the Chinese-speaking market.



FIJI AIRWAY

We provided Fiji Airway with independent and consistent methods to measure returns on digital marketing investment. We gave business intelligence capabilities to their marketing team and integrated data planning into new initiatives.



XCEL PROPERITIES GROUP

THINKCHINA worked together with XCEL to develop its own China online marketing strategies to significantly increase sales to Chinese consumers. We also designed and developed a fully responsive website for XCEL.



AUSTRALIA PHARMACY

THINKCHINA provided assistance to the Australia Pharmacy Chain to provide strategic Chinese Tmall Global Strategy. This strategy included Store Setup as well as the establishment of its Chinese digital and social presence.