Trendwise April Newsletter

Welcome to the April edition of the Trendwise newsletter. Things in Shanghai have been heating up for the Trendwise team this month and we are thrilled to share all the excitement with you below. If you would like to find out more about our experience with the Austrade Shanghai Landing Pad, click the reply button and we will get in touch as soon as possible.

With Easter approaching next week, the Trendwise team would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Easter break. We hope you all enjoy the extra long weekend and we look forward to bringing you more data-driven information and news upon your return.

Included in this Newsletter:

  • 3 Million People Tune into Trendwise CEO in China
  • Mandurah Crab Fest: Trendwise observes 165,000 visitors
  • Brent Pearce attends China Australia Millennial Project (CAMP)
  • Clinton Meets with Charles Ng, Associate Director-General (and colleagues) from InvestHK at The Government of Hong Kong SAR
  • Trendwise Global Sales Director presents at National Australian Smart Communities Seminar

2.3 Million People Tune into Trendwise CEO in China

FullSizeRender 4Smarter Cities and Retail analytics leader, Clinton House, presented the company’s real-world behavioural data platform to a capacity audience at the opening ceremony of the 2017 ‘Startup in Shanghai’ International Innovation Startup Competition this week.

“It is an extraordinary honour for Trendwise to be selected to help launch this important event, given that almost 9000 companies across 16 districts of Shanghai have so far enrolled in the competition” said Mr House.

Mr House’s post-presentation interview was viewed by a live online audience of over 2.3 million people across mainland China. The competition is organised by the Shanghai Commission of Science & Technology and supported by Shanghai Municipal Government.


2017 Mandurah Crab Fest

17425840_401440040221689_1654553482913105624_nTrendwise observes a record breaking 165,000 visitors at the 2017 Channel Seven Mandurah Crab Fest presented by LiveLighter. The Annual Crab Fest was held on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th of March along the Mandurah Eastern Foreshore.

For more information on the Mandurah Crab Fest, visit: 

Brent Pearce attends China Millennial Project (CAMP)

Trendwise Global Sales Director, Brent Pearce pitched Trendwise to participants in this year’s China Australia Millenial Project (CAMP) at XNode Startup Accelerator & Coworking Space in Shanghai.

CAMP’s flagship program is a unique, summit-based innovation program that brings together 150 Chinese and Australian millennials to design innovative business solutions to industry issues in the hope of creating their own cross-cultural startup.17493079_10154574541002857_5023592884778187097_o

Some great questions and engagement was received from the participants in various industries and sectors in both Australia and China. From data scientists to transport planners, the interest in how Trendwise can be applied to their roles and industry was great to see.

Trendwise CEO Clinton House meets with Charles Ng, Associate Director-General (and colleagues) from InvestHK at The Government of Hong Kong SAR.


Trendwise CEO Clinton House meets with Charles Ng, Associate Director-General (and colleagues) from InvestHK at The Government of Hong Kong SAR. Hong Kong is strategically located at the heart of Asia, alongside many of the region’s most exciting business markets, notably Shanghai.

From left: Mathew Clarke (Hong Kong ABA), Clinton House (Trendwise), Yin Robards (InvestHK), Charles Ng (InvestHK), Prof. Peter Rossdeutscher (UWA), Dr. Luca De Leonardis (InvestHK)

Trendwise Global Sales Director, Brent Pearce presents at this month’s national ASCA seminar

Brent Pearce presented at this month’s ASCA National Seminar where he discussed the opportunity Trendwise has in China through leveraging Austrade’s local market knowledge and networks. He went into detail about the highlights & challenges of expanding business internationally and in particular, to the Asia pacific region.

“It was great to share our experiences and learning’s from my recent stay in China,” said Brent.

“From the abundance of mobile devices and the part they play in everyday life, to the efficiencies that are gained by using apps such as We Chat, which combine everything from a wallet through to the ability to unlock secure doors and hire bikes.

“It was also great to talk about Trendwise to the wider group and share the work we are currently doing with local government to assist them in understanding real-world visitor behaviours.”

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