Jin Bo
Nov 12, 2010

Global Chinese brands offer business opportunities in Hong Kong : TNS

HONG KONG - A TNS survey, in partnership with HK4As, indicates that Hong Kong’s testing and certification, public relations, marketing and advertising industries could benefit from Chinese brands going global.

Titled 'Chinese brands going global Success factors now and future', the global survey seeks the opinions of 490 brand experts in marketing communications agencies across 29 countries.

The survey finds only 9 per cent of brand experts believe Chinese brands are at the same level or better than major international brands.

According to the survey, familiarity with specific brands leads to much better perceptions of Chinese brands. For example, 63 per cent of those aware of any Chinese...

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