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Wunderman APAC Digital Trends April/May 2016

  1. 1. 2016 THE WORK DIGITAL--SOCIAL MOBILE E-COMMERCE LIFESTYLE IN Asia-Pacific DIGITAL TRENDS APRIL/MAY
  2. 2. THE WORK Love Yourself: #StayNegatHIVe HIV cases in the Philippines have grown to 1,038% in 6 years making it the country with the fastest growing AIDS epidemic in the world. People weren't getting tested and simply ignored the disease. Love Yourself, a small non-profit organization which offers free HIV testing, brought attention to the issue with the one thing people couldn't ignore online: TYPOS. Garnering over 50 million impressions and US$500,000 in earned media, Love Yourself reported a 60% rise in the number of people tested – the highest testing rate in national history. Read the full article and watch the video. Source: www.campaignbriefasia.com Search for free Wi-Fi, search for missing children In China, over 200,000 children disappear each year. The critical issue is that information about the missing children is not widely accessible to the public. Baobeihuijia, a search organisation, used the mobile platform to spread the message. Equipped with a special satellite, the brand developed its own proprietary Wi-Fi hotspots. When people searched for free Wi-Fi, they were presented with hotspots named after SOS messages from missing children. 400 million people connected to the free Wi-Fi and the information was shared an additional 37.5 million times. Read the full article and watch the video. Source: www.creamglobal.com
  3. 3. THE WORK Singtel demonstrates 4G speed with smartphone goggles Seeking to prove that its 4G network is fast enough to ‘replace’ the eyes of people engaged in real-time activities, Singtel built a special headgear that combines two smartphones – one serving as a camera and the other serving as a display. The resulting video shows a fencing demonstration, a game of Whack-a-Mole and, most impressively, precision stunts being performed by people who are having their reality mediated by the headgear – and the brand’s network. Read the article and watch the video. Source: www.campaignasia.com Gut bags and meat jackets: PETA Asia stages ‘shock shop’ According to PETA Asia, the “shocking pop-up store” was set up in Bangkok’s popular CentralWorld mall. The aim was to show consumers the suffering behind every bag, belt, jacket, glove and shoe made from animal skins. Read the full article and watch the video. Source: www.campaignasia.com
  4. 4. DIGITAL—SOCIAL Facebook expands in Malaysia Facebook is to open an office in Malaysia, as more than 18m Malaysians use the social media platform every month and 6.5m use Instagram, its photo-sharing service. The extent to which Malaysians have adopted mobile and social media was underscored when Facebook used the event to release new user data. On top of the 18m Malaysians who access Facebook, the social media platform claimed that 94% of Malaysians discover products and brands on Facebook with 62% going on to make a purchase. Read the full article. Source: www.warc.com For social media marketers, Facebook produces the best ROI Nearly all social media marketers worldwide believe Facebook produces the best ROI and is essential to social media marketing success, a March 2016 survey revealed. Surveying 551 social media marketers worldwide, the study marketers to choose up to three social media platforms that they thought produced the best ROI. Almost all (95.8%) of social media marketers worldwide said Facebook did. Read the full article. Source: www.emarketer.com
  5. 5. DIGITAL—SOCIAL Twitter sees China ad opportunities Despite being banned from mainland China since 2009, US social network Twitter has appointed a new managing director for greater China as it seeks to increase its investment in the country. Twitter has been operating from Hong Kong since March last year and its base there has enabled it to attract advertising revenue from Chinese companies even if mainland Chinese consumers are not meant to access the platform. Read the full article. Source: www.warc.com Five things Western brands should know about China's digital landscape Entering China’s market requires special attention from Western brands to stand a chance of being successful. To help brand marketers start to think about how to enter China, Econsultancy highlights a few key points, covering the digital players, trends, and insights about the country. Read the full article. Source: www.econsultancy.com
  6. 6. DIGITAL—SOCIAL The Philippines excites Facebook The Philippines is one of the most social media savvy countries in Asia, a development not missed on Facebook, which opened its first office in the country in April. Research at the launch of Facebook Philippines that showed more than 49m Filipinos access Facebook every month, or 91% of the country's internet population. Two-thirds of Filipinos are connected to a business Page on Facebook, and they are using the platform to discover new brands and products. Read the full article. Source: www.warc.com Line launches new bot initiative Line, the Japanese messaging app, is planning to launch a new chatbot service for smartphone users as it attempts to ramp up its challenge to major players in the field, such as Facebook and China's WeChat. Line's new service entails chatbots, or AI- empowered computer software, learning to respond to specific inquiries from users, and the move by Line follows Facebook's recent launch of a new Messenger platform for bots. Read the full article. Source: www.warc.com
  7. 7. MOBILE Mobile chat app usage soars in China Monthly time spent on mobile chat apps reached nearly 510 billion minutes in Q4 2015, with monthly time spent growing more than 100 billion minutes throughout 2015. In Q1 2015 there were 192.3 sessions per user. By Q4 2015, that figured climbed to over 217.4 sessions. The biggest increase came in Q2 2015 when the sessions per user increased by fourteen sessions. But when it comes to time spent per session, users actually had shorter sessions quarter by quarter, from 4.21 minutes per session in Q1 2015 to 3.89 minutes per session in Q4 2015. Read the full article. Source: www.emarketer.comCraft a maturity-based mobile strategy Mobile is hot. As is the case with most hot technologies, marketers often adopt strategies that are aggressive for their level of mobile marketing maturity and prioritize the seductive technology over their audiences' behaviours or their own objectives. This report helps B2C marketers avoid these pitfalls by providing the frameworks needed to create engaging, strategically smart programs that match your organization's mobile marketing maturity. Download the full report. Source: www.forrester.com
  8. 8. MOBILE Internet users in Asia-Pacific are collecting more devices Multidevice users in Australia had more internet access options than their counterparts anywhere else in Asia-Pacific during H2 2015, according to data. Nearly six in 10 had four or more devices including PCs, tablets and smartphones. Multidevice users in Taiwan were about equally likely to have three or more options, but just 45% of them had four or more. In Japan, Singapore, South Korea and the Philippines, more than half of multidevice users tapped more than two devices for internet access. For the rest of the markets, two devices were the norm. Read the full article. Source: www.emarketer.comThe rise of mCommerce in Malaysia Online payment gateway provider iPay88 has seen a sharp rise in mobile traffic with its total online payment transactions representing close to 70% of the Malaysian market. In year 2015, iPay88 recorded that 3.7 million online shoppers who made purchases through its systems used mobile devices. A year ago it was only 2.0 million. It is also seeing a rise in merchants actively promoting mobile purchases in 2016 following the mCommerce waves. In the last few years, the percentage of mobile traffic have also increased substantially, with the number being 27% in 2014, to 38.4% in 2015, up until 48.6% in 2016 so far. Read the full article. Source: www.marketing-interactive.com
  9. 9. MOBILE Size matters for cross-screen users Asia's marketers should not let the "mobile-first" mantra blind them to the fact that PCs remains an important screen for the region's users, who are quite likely to react differently to ads shown on different screen sizes. Research found that interacting with three or more devices is the norm for Asia's multi-device users and that PCs generate over 50% as much usage as smartphones. Read the full article. Source: www.warc.com Mobile Gamers in India Defy Age, Gender Stereotypes Gamers are often thought of as children and young adults, and, frequently, male. But in India, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Research reveals that while it’s true most of those ages 15 to 20 play mobile games daily—71% of respondents, to be exact—even more adults ages 36 to 55 are daily gamers. Read the full article. Source: www.emarketer.com
  10. 10. E-COMMERCE Past, present, future: The growing sophistication of online shopping The evolution of internet retailing has been a transition from a highly price sensitive market centred on a few product types to a broad selection of goods and services at varying price points. This increase in sophistication will continue in tandem with the development of users’ needs and habits. This will coincide with expansion of the internet's content and capabilities, making execution and personalisation two top priorities for retailers looking to stand out. Read the full report. Source: www.euromonitor.com Why digital buyers in Japan prefer certain ecommerce sites More than half of digital buyers in Japan said they prefer to use a particular ecommerce site because of the wide product selection offered. Cheap shipping charges and better prices were other reasons that affected their preference. The March 2016 data also found that 46.8% of digital buyers in Japan said they prefer to use a particular ecommerce site because it offers the ability to earn points. More than a third of respondents said they prefer a site because of its ease of finding desired products. Read the full article. Source: www.emarketer.com
  11. 11. E-COMMERCE Facebook’s WeChat-ification Facebook users will soon be able to buy goods directly within the social network’s app, a new feature that will be rolled out alongside friend-to-friend money transfers and ticket buying. A few months ago, we analysed Facebook Messenger’s product roadmap and how it was essentially a bid to turn the service into a “giant WeChat clone” – and with these new features, it shows that the transformation is in full swing. Read the full article. Source: www.techinasia.com E-commerce shifts from big cities Brands have been advised to rethink their growth strategies in China, after a new report found that lower-tier cities and rural villages have overtaken large cities in e- commerce sales. McKinsey, the global management consultancy, polled more than 2,600 consumers aged over 13 in January to examine the extent of e-commerce penetration across five regions in mainland China. According to the report, China's tier III and tier IV cities, as well as its villages, accounted for over half (50.1%) of the total value of goods sold on e-commerce platforms last year – or about US$315bn out of US$630bn. Read the full article.
  12. 12. E-COMMERCE How data insights changed Redmart’s mobile e-commerce strategy Redmart is the market leader in Singapore’s online grocery sector, filling tens of thousands of orders every month. With a population of 5.4 million people, Singapore is one of the most connected countries in the world with more than 85% of residents owning a smartphone. It's also one of the wealthiest countries per capita. Despite this, Redmart's e-commerce journey has not been without hurdles. VP of Marketing Todd Kurie shared key lessons from Redmart's journey to market leader status at the Market Research in the Mobile World 2016 conference. Download the full report. Source: www.warc.com Sephora, DFS embrace e-commerce in Asia Cosmetics giant Sephora and travel retailer DFS have successfully pivoted toward digital as e-commerce takes off across Asia. China, Japan, South Korea, India and Australia are predicted to collectively generate $1.4 trillion in online revenue by 2020, and brands traditionally focused on bricks-and-mortar retail are quickly moving into the online space to capitalize. Read the full article. Source: www.warc.com
  13. 13. LIFESTYLE Asia's 'alpha women' drive spending Becoming a parent drives Indian and Chinese women to work harder and earn more, according to a study which says Asian women should not be seen as docile home makers but as "an economic powerhouse". Globally, it said, women can no longer be defined through the narrow lens of parental responsibility, and this was especially true in Asia where Gen X women in China and India are more likely than those in other countries to be their household's biggest earner, Mumbrella reported. Read the full article. Source: www.warc.com Amazon celebrates Indian 'quirks' Online retailer Amazon India has launched a new integrated campaign that focuses on the everyday behaviour of Indian consumers while tying these traits back to its various service promises. Although Amazon has been operating in India for only three years, the company is building on its popular "Aur dikhao" campaign of last year by showcasing some of the personality quirks that many Indian consumers will recognise in themselves. Read the full article. Source: www.warc.com
  14. 14. LIFESTYLE How 'Huggies Momentcam' changed Kimberly-Clark's integrated marketing in Asia This event report covers insights and learnings from Kimberly-Clark's integrated marketing strategy in Asia. Kimberly-Clark discovered through social listening and data analytics that their brand Huggies was portraying a version of motherhood that Korean mothers struggled to relate to – prompting a rethink of the brand story. The case also showed the importance of marketers keeping consumer insight as the focus of data gathering, and using it to inform their decisions, rather than attempting to find a strategy within the numbers. Effective CRM has been crucial to engaging mothers through product cycles and personalizing communications. Download the full article. Source: www.warc.comIntelligent robot waiter serves food in KFC Shanghai Entering the age of artificial intelligence, even the fast food industry has to ride with the tide by digitising its in-store experience for customers. In collaboration with Baidu, fried chicken fast-food chain KFC has opened its first intelligent robot concept store in Shanghai. Located inside the National Exhibition and Convention Centre, the outlet features Baidu’s robotic personal assistant Duer to serve customers with voice interaction, smart food- ordering and holographic projection capabilities. Read the full article. Source: www.marketing-interactive.com
  15. 15. WUNDERMAN ASIA HQ martina.schlittler@wunderman.com DIGITAL TRENDS IN Asia-Pacific APRIL/MAY 2016

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