Chinese governments’ and companies’ efforts toward 5G development and core technology are crucial.
Online used car dealers are competing with each other in financing, advertising and offline stores in a promising yet uncertain market.
Offline sales increase with the help of “New Retail”, which leverages technology and data to merge online and offline shopping.
WeChat’s mini-program platform has rapidly attracted users, and offers a wealth of opportunities for myriad business sectors.
Huge sums of financing have reshaped the bike-sharing business in China. But where will the industry go from here?
WeChat mini-games are accessible without downloading nor installation and have skyrocketed to popularity.
Qudian faces serious criticisms, and its CEO’s response has worsened matters.
Tech firms are investing heavily in fresh-food supermarkets with AI tech, online ordering, and delivery services.
If they hope to go global, bike-sharing startups must contend with regulatory & operational hurdles yet offer localized services & features.
Chinese bike-sharing businesses have to reshape themselves after two years of booms and busts.