China is at the forefront of new digital currency technology which could dominate the entire world.
There’s no doubt that the world has gone ‘mad’ for mobile games and consumer tech. And China is the place where they tend to come from. Why?
The success of Singles’ Day 2019 shows that Chinese trends continue to influence the global sales economy. But at what social cost?
Keyu Jin, Professor at The London School of Economics, says that British businesses can learn a lot from the cut-and-thrust nature of the Chinese eco-system.
Research by The Center for Advancing Innovation (CAI) and PatSnap has found that the US, EU and UK will lose all innovation leadership positions by 2029.
Cocoon Networks founder John Zai says opportunities for UK tech abound in China. Here’s why.
To give SMEs an international expansion opportunity in China, Santander has sealed an agreement with ecommerce business JD.com.
Small businesses have come to a turning point in international trade. As negotiations progress around Britain’s departure from the EU, the future terms of the UK’s trade with Europe remain unclear.
“No matter where you are in the world, first impressions count,” Glassdoor’s head of international product, Tico Andrea, said. It was in reference to the company’s most recent research, which highlighted the global variations of interview etiquette.
While Joe Sillett’s first business fell just as quickly as it had risen, the serial entrepreneur has lots of confidence in his latest offering – the Funky Iron Company.
With almost 1.4bn consumers, it’s not just Premier League clubs that are eager for success in China – many UK businesses see the country as a huge growth opportunity. But there’s a right and a wrong way to enter the market, as Chelsea FC found out the hard way.
Polls aren’t always to be trusted. We learned this the hard way in failing to identify the results for Brexit and Donald Trump – and it’s making traders nervous.