Title: The Making of WeChat Integratable Classifieds for B2B/B2C Industries and Beyond Abstract: While WeChat has allowed multiple APIs to integrate and new opportunities for businesses its functionalities are still to be explored. Unlike conventional WeChat service or subscription accounts that have saturated market (over 12 million WeChat corporate accounts), market has no classifieds platform that could allow a two-way channel to engage B2B/B2C industries to promote/inform/engage their services/products. Key Takeaways: - Case studies B2B/B2C - Solutions for SMEs reimagined - WeChat user and WeChat group content marketing psychology Bio: Having completed my Masters back in 2010, the daunting question of what came next never allowed me to live at peace. I had a number of options, including continuing my education, or applying for an internship to get more experience. Indeed, having linguistic abilities would obviously take me nowhere other than being an interpreter, teacher, or being tied to language-related jobs. After thorough research and brainstorming I decided to go digital and work entirely for free for a company based in Ukraine named VPS, where I discovered and learned about hosting infrastructure management, network equipment management, cloud solutions and much more. During the 6 months of my internship my computer became my everything, day and night. Like most hackers I spent 85% of my time with it; it became an addiction and an utmost pleasure to deepen my technical skills. Upon completion of my internship after 6 months, I drastically chose another direction. In late 2011 I was hired by Princess Cruises based in California, United States. I began my employment as a Maître D’ assistant, and most importantly this role allowed me to improve my people skills, professional communication, and understanding of tone and ethics. Having completed my contract I came across a trend stating that China was the next big thing, so I spent three months investigating, learning and meeting Chinese experts that nailed down my resolution to move to the country. Shanghai is where I started my journey; I was at Lantan Trade trading in geosynthetic materials, where I spent two years. The activity may sound boring to begin with, but learning the industry, and understanding the Chinese way of doing in business inspired me to start my company. Indeed, within two years I designed and implemented my new startup that launched in 2016: “China Classifieds” LLC. China Classifieds has been developed with one single mission: to allow expats to search, inquire and find any sort of information instantly within China.