eCMO Conference 2013 - E-Commerce with the Integration of Social Media
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Mr. Wilson Yuen

Mr. Wilson Yuen
Founder & Director, TFI Digital Media Limited
Speech topic: E-Commerce with the Integration of Social Media

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eCMO Conference 2013 - E-Commerce with the Integration of Social Media eCMO Conference 2013 - E-Commerce with the Integration of Social Media Presentation Transcript

  • E-Commerce with the Integration of Social MediaPresented by Mr. Wilson YUENFounder and Director of TFI Digital Media Limited1
  • Agenda The trend of E-Commerce Past B2B, B2C, C2C and etc. Present With social Media Information Sharing Passive Future With Social Media Prepaid (e.g. Credits / Gift Cards) Physical Shops / Delivery Information Tracking Proactive2
  • E-Commerce E-Commerce websites supported B2B, B2C and C2C.3
  • E-Commerce + Social Media E-Commerce websites with sharing features in LinkedIn,Twitter, Facebook, Weibo, RenRen and etc.4
  •  E-Commerce + Social Media + Prepaid feature E.g. Credits / Gift Cards5E-Commerce + Social Media
  • E-Commerce + Social Media E-Commerce + Social Media + Physical Shops E.g. FaceDeals6
  •  E-Commerce + Social Media + Physical Delivery E.g. Happy Farm (with home delivery)7E-Commerce + Social Media
  •  E-Commerce + Social Media + Information Tracking E.g. Suggested posts8E-Commerce + Social Media
  • Conclusion Internet / WWW Research Informative Not very serious transactionSerious transaction Gaming software Entertainment Not very serious training  Serioustraining Social Media Sharing  Not very serious transaction  Serioustransaction?!9