FinanceFeeds.cn goes live in China today as the very first FX industry resource in the world to establish a .cn TLD. We bring China to you!

Shanghai office opened today, marking a milestone in FX industry research and reporting, with official .cn top level domain to bring YOU the crucial information from within China, and help YOU establish YOUR business in mainland China via the correct and official channels

www.financefeeds.cn

In a world first, FinanceFeeds has today  accomplished a milestone in FX industry research, resourcing and value provision to the entire global FX industry.

FinanceFeeds China has officially gone into service today, with www.financefeeds.cn having gone live, representing the opening of our office in Shanghai.

The very first ever B2B FX industry resource to have successfully registered a .cn top level domain (TLD) via the Chinese government, FinanceFeeds is proud to be able to assist the global FX industry in its endeavors to work closely with critical Chinese partners across all sectors of the industry, and to bring the Chinese FX industry, which is the way of the future, to you and your company.

With over 250,000 initial unique viewers per month in mainland China, all of which are key members of the FX industry’s massive community in China, garnered via several years of detailed research and relationship building by FinanceFeeds CEO Andrew Saks-McLeod in China alongside critical Chinese leaders throughout the entirety of the country, FinanceFeeds China is a resource that is now positioned as a mainstay of the FX industry’s reporting entities.

FinanceFeeds will put YOU in front of the right partners across China, generating revenue and value like no other

Since inception, FinanceFeeds has become synonymous as a detailed research resource, with a very comprehensive insight into China.

The completely Chinese method by which FinanceFeeds China is structured involves 4 full time contributing editors based in Shanghai, all of whom have substantial FX industry experience within mainland China, and the site hosted on Chinese servers and operating with Baidu and WeChat distribution channel and search engine technology means that it is a completely Chinese entity, the site and operations overseen by FinanceFeeds China’s in-house web development team in Shanghai.

In Chinese, reports from inside and outside China will be published every day, on an ongoing basis, and your company can advertise legitimately on the site without any risk of being blocked by the government firewall, in accurately formatted system that is synergic with Chinese media and to a vast audience and is authorized and supervised by the Chinese government.

Together with our ability to organize bespoke and exclusive events which put YOU in front of key partners and can literally place $1 billion in assets under management in one room as a captive audience, an example being our IB symposiums which can be produced across the country, our detailed presence within the offices of important Chinese firms and our ability to bring Western firms with Chinese presence closer to their customers, FinanceFeeds is positioned as the only resource in the world which specializes in China.

Our WeChat channel pushes advertisements, news, editorials, research and event participation directly to the senior executives of Chinese firms, empowering you and placing your business in a unique position, a function that can only be performed by FinanceFeeds. This week, we will provide the QR code so that you can join our Chinese network via WeChat.

FinanceFeeds welcomes you to partner with FinanceFeeds China, as this is the only way to gain massive presence in China via not only media, but bespoke audiences with key Chinese decision makers that will drive your business forward.

To work with us across China, please contact [email protected]

FinanceFeeds looks forward to helping you drive your relationships forward across mainland China.

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