In our second episode, we talk to Tom Grimmer, Senior Partner at Kreab China about his sustainable lifestyle in building the first Passive House on Vancouver Island. Then Tom tells us about how he ended up in China in the 80s, why he transited his career from journalism to communications, and his experience managing a foreign branch in China.Read More SwedPod: Kreab China – Tom Grimmer Story – From Journalism to Communications
In this first episode, we meet with Shpetim Arifi the Managing Director of Fredrikson’s in China. We talk about how he ended up in China, how to manage a company in China, lessons learned, and the future of business in China. Read More SwedPod: Fredriksons in China – Shpetim Arifis Story
Haigui eller “havssköldpaddor” är en term som beskriver de kineser som studerar eller arbetar utomlands innan de återvänder till “moderlandet”. Vad motiverar dem att lämna och att återvända?Read More Digitally China: Kampen om techtalangen
I det här avsnittet tittar vi tillbaka på något som skapat tech-historia i Kina. En historia som handlar om copycats, krigarmentalitet och den tuffaste konkurrensen i världen.Read More Den digitala draken: Kriget mellan tvåtusen copycats
In this Digitally China episode, we discuss domestic brands, how much they have progressed and the possibility of them overtaking established brands such as Zara or IKEA.Read More Digitally China: The Rise of Chinese Brands
Companies around the world are latching onto social commerce, but in China, where mobile payments are ubiquitous and consumers are extra wary of fake goods, the integration between social media and online shopping has been especially fast.
That doesn’t mean it’s a silver bullet for brands though — or even for the multi-billion dollar internet celebrity industry, where influencers are tasked with advertising products without appearing too commercial.Read More Digitally China: RED (aka Xiaohongshu) and the Ups and Downs of Social E-Commerce
The location is a hotel in San Francisco, the year is 1999. The internet hype is at its peak. The United States at this moment has over 100 million internet users, 10 times more than China. While his friends are leaving school to join the company that seems to be the next big thing — Google — Brian is instead meeting a relatively unknown entrepreneur called Jack who is talking enthusiastically about his company, Alibaba.Read More Digitally China: The Inside View of China’s Development from 8 to 800 Million Internet Users