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Professional Analysis of How COVID-19 is Impacting the B2B

Professional Analysis of How COVID-19 is Impacting the B2B

Professional Analysis of How COVID-19 is Impacting the B2B

The global B2B Telecommunication market 2020 mainly focuses on the market trend, market share, size and forecast. It is a brief and professional analysis on the current scenario of the Global B2B Telecommunication market.

The report on B2B Telecommunication market is a comprehensive study on global market analysis and insights. The report focuses on the emerging trends in the global and regional spaces on all the significant components, such as market capacity, cost, price, demand and supply, production, profit, and competitive landscape. The report analyzes past trends and future prospects in this report which makes it highly comprehensible for the analysis of the market. Moreover, the latest trends, product portfolio, demographics, geographical segmentation, and regulatory framework of the B2B Telecommunication market have also been included in the study.

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What the B2B Telecommunication market research report basically consists of?

The report gives a look at the recent developments and their innovations in the global B2B Telecommunication
The report presents the basic overview of the industry which includes the definition, manufacturing along with its applications.
The report mainly comprises the recent marketing factors that are crucial to keep an eye on to analyze the market performance to fuel the profitability and productivity of the industry.
The report enhances its focus on the estimates of 2020-2026 market development trends of the Global B2B Telecommunication
Furthermore, an analysis of arduous raw materials, demand and production value has been laid out.

Key Market Players:

China Mobile
NTT Communications Corporation
Deutsche Telekom AG
China Telecom
Vodafone Group
Orange SA
Verizon Communications
China Unicom

This research is a comprehensive way to understand the current landscape of the market, especially in 2020. Both top-down and bottom-up approaches are employed to estimate the complete market size.  This will

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Which Brands Resonated Most in China This Fashion Month? | BoF Professional, China Decoded

Which Brands Resonated Most in China This Fashion Month? | BoF Professional, China Decoded

LONDON, United Kingdom — When it comes to fashion month, luxury brands’ marketing strategies for China have always relied on front-row faces. “To Chinese consumers, fashion week equals celebrities,” Maggie Mao, deputy executive editor-in-chief and fashion director at Grazia China told BoF exactly one year ago.

This season, however, brands had to make do without the physical presences of A-list heartthrobs and selfie-stick-wielding KOLs. Some names, like Prada, chose to forego the front row altogether by launching filmed runway shows sans audience. Others, like Burberry, worked with influencers to launch a livestream ahead of the Spring/Summer 2021 show.

“Of course, putting on shows in Europe without Chinese attendants does make it less of an event for the local market,” said Bohan Qiu, founder of Shanghai-based PR agency Boh Project. “I do think Chinese customers [still] care about fashion weeks in Europe, but not as much as before.”

This should give luxury executives pause for thought. Chinese wallets have never been as vital for luxury fashion brands as they are now. While spending in the US and Europe remains lethargic, the mainland’s retail sales rose for the first time this year in August, according to data published by the National Bureau of Statistics, further cementing China’s lead on the road to recovery from Covid-19.

Finding an effective alternative or supplementary marketing strategy for China should be an urgent priority for most brands.  Yet luxury executives are still experimenting and exploring their options as health guidelines change; whether these new formats become more than temporary stand-ins for jet-setting crusades remains to be seen. But they do hint at a new breed of tactics aimed at engaging audiences in China — tactics that could inform the way the sector’s giants target the world’s biggest luxury market for years to come.

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