China, the home of the world’s most connected shoppers
Recent changes in the Chinese semiconductor sector will have repercussions for both national and multinational companies
Increased digital engagement by Chinese companies will give the economy a burst of momentum & change the nature of growth.
Executives of global semiconductor companies have had their eyes on China for many years, primarily as a customer-rich end market and a source of innovation. But now they will need to take an even closer look.
The Chinese computer maker—now among the world’s largest—expects mobile devices to supplement PCs, not replace them. June 2013 For its first two decades, Lenovo Group was largely unknown outside its native China. That all changed in 2005, when the company’s $1.75 billion purchase of IBM’s personal-computer business,1 including the iconic more
The rise of digital technology has become a global business issue.
The world’s largest social-media market is vastly different from its counterpart in the West.
Social media is exploding worldwide, and China is leading the way.
Profits are coming, but only players with the deepest pockets will survive to enjoy them.
With six million new users jumping online every month, China’s internet population is mushrooming.