Baidu appoints ihub China as an authorised reseller in 14 Asian countries

Tech June 16, 2014 00:00

By The Nation

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Baidu has appointed ihub China, a newly formed Digital Agency arm of ihub Media headquartered in Singapore, as an authorised reseller for its online marketing services in 14 countries across Asia, covering all Southeast Asian countries, India, Sri Lanka a

With ihub China’s regional expertise and presence, advertisers will be able to access Baidu’s suite of online products and more easily enter the fast-growing China market, Baidu said in a press statement.
Baidu is the leading Chinese search engine and developer of award-winning PC, Web and mobile products.
Presently, Baidu dominates 72 per cent of China’s search engine market share, and holds a market value of over USD$50 Billion.
“The growth rate in China is exhilarating; people in China are increasingly affluent, and are looking for new ways to get goods and services in off-markets. These are exciting times, and we’re confident that our partnership with ihub will help extend our footprint with advertisers across Asia,” said Paul Chen, General Manager of Baidu Thailand.
“China’s digital landscape is distinct, complex, and requires specific skill sets necessary to scale. With market knowledge and an extensive coverage in Asia, we feel very confident that this partnership will be a win-win for both Baidu and advertisers. We are delighted with this privileged opportunity, and are ready to provide localised support in full force for advertisers looking to foray into the China market.” said George Foo, COO of ihub.
The ihub China will bring its experience in performance-based search and direct-response digital campaigns to the Baidu platform, offering a full suite of services including contextual ads based on search queries, user behaviour-based display placement and more.
The ihub China is authorised to resell Baidu’s online marketing services in the following countries: Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, East Timor, Brunei and India, Sri Lanka and Maldives.