We are delighted to collaborate with Consulate General of Canada – Shanghai to hold a webinar about building a digital infrastructure on Friday, April 17, at 9:30 AM, China standard time.
As China emerges from the Covid-19 crisis into a very different global environment, how do you engage with and service your China customers. Pent up demand for western products and services, and an ever increasing reliance on digital infrastructure for everyday needs, will create opportunities for Canadian businesses who understand and can successfully navigate this complex Chinese digital landscape. Join the Friday morning session with Lindsay Goding to learn about leveraging digital infrastructure to service your customers.
China's cloud economy is accelerating faster than ever with businesses becoming digitally capable in a matter of months. The Covid-19 outbreak confined roughly 760 million people to their homes, highlighting the need for businesses to have a strong digital infrastructure. Brand owners had to rethink their business strategy and plan how they could build these infrastructures in a matter of months. China's digital economy has since exploded and cloud computing is now one of its fastest-growing markets. Join the Friday morning session with Jessica Miao to discuss your China opportunities.
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