iSynergi – Local & Chinese Digital Marketing Agency in Australia
Australia Global Service Partner of Alibaba.
iSynergi is a Melbourne based Chinese digital marketing agency founded in 2011 and an Official Alibaba.com Global Service Partner in Australia. iSynergi is specialising in Local digital marketing via Google SEO, SEM, China Digital Marketing and Cross border e-commerce eg. Tmall global, JD worldwide, VIP.com and Kaola.com. We pride themselves on a proven track record of achieving results, and a high level of customer service and satisfaction. Since January 2016, iSynergi has secured a partnership with Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba to help Australian businesses create more export opportunities into China and the global market. iSynergi has recorded a major success working with Gold Coast based, Natural Pacific’s BANABAN Coconut products, to export globally through the Alibaba platform.
What We Offer
- Local digital marketing
- China digital marketing
- Daigou marketing
- Cross border e-commerce
We have passion for helping you succeed locally and China …
We all know China is a huge market with around 1.4 billion population and 430 millions middle class. The population of middle class is expected to grow to 780 millions by mid 2020.
iSynergi understands both local and China digital marketing. This is why we know why Australians find it hard to penetrate successfully to China market. There are number of ways or channels that can bring you success in China. At iSynergi, we will explain different approach and strategies to help you build your success to China whether is through cross border e-commerce, daigou, KOL or social media like Wechat.
Planning & Strategy
Design & Develop
Reports & Statistic
How To Success On WeChat Marketing
WeChat public platform is established to mainly serve celebrities, government, media or enterprises. It is like a digital blog in China…
How to leverage Daigou in Australia to influence your brand to china consumer?
There are now over 300 million upper-middle Chinese consumers, more than 46% of whom say they are willing to purchase premium product overseas…