Are you interested in gaining first-hand knowledge and insights of the UX scene in China? Would you like to understand how UX can help companies succeed in the Chinese market? Do you need to know the UX requirements of Chinese companies? China continues to become more and more important economically, both as a market for goods and services and as a producer. To succeed as UX practitioners and service providers in this vitally important market, there is nothing more valuable than coming to see and interact with the local people and practitioners yourself!
UX tour of China is a conference like no other. Participants can choose from or combine a series of visit across major Chinese economic centres. Locations include Beijing, Shanghai/Hangzhou and Guangzhou/Shenzhen to visit China’s leading UX agencies, such as Isar, R/GA, ARK, etc. as well as client-side UX teams in both the technology giants and start-ups, e.g. Alibaba, Ctrip, Tencent, Grata, Jiae to name just a few.
Participants will have the chance to network with UX professionals working in China about how to win Chinese clients as well as how to use UX to improve clients’ products or services for the Chinese market.
Baidu - One of the most successful web service and media providers in China
Eico Design - A Chinese experience design agency with both international and national clients.
Jiae (Networking event sponsor in Beijing) - Successful start-ups specialise in crowdfunding innovative products that will improve the way we live.
Yidao Yongche - China's leading online car rental and sharing service provider that is going global.
LeTV - A Chinese entertainment and smart phone company and the largest online video company in China with their own film production company too.
Jingdong - One of the leading B2C e-commerce platform in China; ranked world No 11 by Market Capitalisation
Tsinghua X-Lab - An university-based education platform designed to foster student creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Standard Price: £1,699
Standard Price: £1,599
Standard Price: £2,599
We recommend that you consult the Chinese Embassy in your own country to check what is required in plenty of time before departure. You will also need a passport which is valid for six months after your intended date of return.
We cannot accept liability if you are refused entry onto the flight or into the country.