On January 9th, WeChat officially launched mini-apps after much fanfare and speculation. Touted by many as the “App Store” killer in China, Mini Programs, as they are now officially called, were believed to be the next step in WeChat’s continued dominance.

However, one month on and it seems that Mini Programs have already lost most of their traction. Are Mini Programs a victim of too much marketing? Or are they just a function waiting for its use case?

To discuss this, TechNode and DayDayUp will be hosting a panel discussion with:

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John Artman

John Artman is the Editor in Chief for TechNode, the leading English information source for news and insight into China’s tech and startups, and co-host of the China Tech Talk podcast, a regular discussion...