With the China International Affiliate Conference scheduled to take place this October—should you be making plans to go?October 15-17th will mark the inaugural China International Affiliate Conference, held in Tianjin near Beijing. According to the CIAC website, the conference has been organized in order to bring together “the advertisers, entrepreneurs, affiliate networks, market analysts and enterprise decision-makers from China mainland and the overseas countries.” Although this event is brand new, it offers a unique opportunity to network and business relationships outside of already established markets and definitely should not be overlooked.
Exploring new markets, meeting new people, and working with partners outside of existing networks can provide a great source of revenue. During my time in the UK, I was able to work with a number of US affiliate networks and bring their UK traffic to offers. This ultimately gave me an advantage over my peers in the UK.
New offers and traffic sources from the Asian market could be your opportunity to do the same, helping you establish a competitive advantage amongst your online marketing peers. If you’re able to find a new market where your competitors lack a presence, then you may be able to get a leg up on them.
In a recent example of successful entrance into new markets, Greycroft Partners Venture Capital company, along with Hiro Maeda and Ryota Matsuzaki, just bet millions investing in Skimlinks to fund their Asian expansion. Is it time that you do the same?
Going to this conference will allow you to make connections, discover new opportunities, and establish business that you can bring back to the US.
If you’re interested in the China International Affiliate Conference, you can find out more at http://www.cn-iac.com.
- 50-70 International Network Marketing Enterprises
- 4-6 International famous E-commerce training experts
- 4-6 Chinese Network marketing technical experts
- More than 1000 attending enterprises in E-commerce industry from China mainland
- Estimated number of Attendees: 1500”