We are Hot Pot Digital

Hot Pot Digital works with iconic global brands to reach, engage and sell to Chinese consumers online. We create integrated brand-led strategies across Chinese social media, digital and eCommerce to deliver loyal brand advocates and high-value customers.

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China Digital Case Studies

  • A multi-channel campaign driving pre-orders for Mulberry's new collection

  • Delivering the personal touch for an iconic department store

  • Driving recognition and footfall for a global retail pioneer

  • Digital and cultural consulting for one of China's best-loved spirits

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Hot Pot Digital Services

  • Chinese
    Social Media

    Generating high-value fans on Weibo, WeChat and beyond

  • China

    Consulting, strategy and site development for effective Chinese eCommerce strategies

  • China Digital
    Asset Production

    Dedicated China production for localised image and video assets

  • China
    Online PR

    Targeted online reach for leading global brands in China


Our Approach

With offices in Beijing, London and New York, Hot Pot Digital combines extensive in-market expertise with a unique global footprint.

We are known as a safe pair of hands for leading global brands in China, with an unparalleled ability to reach targeted Chinese consumers when shopping both at home and abroad. Our China digital strategies cut through the clutter with a focus on delivering tangible ROI for our clients.

Know China Now

  • 02/02/16 18:30 GMT
    by Tom Griffiths

    WeChat… Slack for China?

    It's difficult to express the importance of WeChat in the Chinese market right now. Breaking the app down into various functions and analysing these is one way. Here we examine WeChat's enterprise account function and compare its adoption in China with that of Slack internationally.

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  • 02/02/16 10:41 GMT
    by Hot Pot Digital

    Bitesize China Insights: Chinese New Year Around the World, Han Han 韩寒 ONE, Latest Popular Romance Series

    Hot Pot Digital’s bitesize round up of what’s important to marketers in China this week: 01.02.16

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