Differentiate yourself by using WeChat Mini Program
WeChat Mini-Program can be described as an app within the app function that does not require for you as a user to download or save anything on your own hardware.
With more than 1 million Mini-Programs, the possibility as a user is endless.
For B2C companies developing a Mini-Program can be done to offer a tailored made e-commerce experience for its target audience.
For B2B companies it can be used as a product catalogue giving its end-user a modern and optimized user experience.
Mini-Program can also be used as a CRM system for sales team with integration to the company’s global CRM system. Enabling the sales team in China to work with WeChat and Global HQ to get real-time updated on the progress in the sales pipe.
NBH has the expertise in creating and managing Mini-Programs both within B2C and B2B. WeChat Mini-Programs open the possibilities for you to reach your targeted audience.
- Over 200 different categories
- 854 million monthly active users
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