The growth story of China’s legal and financial industries is both a product and a testimony of this country’s continuous economic transformation: nascent but fast-growing, vastly different from a decade ago and still rapidly changing. The game has started, and faced with various issues, both international and domestic firms are constantly responding, rethinking, reshaping, readjusting… To survive and thrive, they need to master the fine art of balance between growth and profitability, expansion and quality control, opportunities and risks.

Business & Strategy

Here, business leaders from the ancient oriental country share their insights and wisdom.

Mary Meeker delivered the Internet Trends 2017 report at Code Conference on May 31st.

China and India Lead the Way in 2017 KPCB Report

Mary Meeker delivered the Internet Trends 2017 report at Code Conference on May 31st.

08-06-2017

Online publishing company China Reading, Xbacked by China's biggest social network and online entertainment firm, Tencent, has submitted a prospectus for an IPO to the Hong Kong stock exchange, aimed at raising between $600 and $800 million.

First internet literature IPO in China is on the way

Online publishing company China Reading, Xbacked by China's biggest social network and online entertainment firm, Tencent, has submitted a prospectus for an IPO to the Hong Kong stock exchange, aimed at raising between $600 and $800 million.

17-07-2017

Uber is selling its operations in China to rival Didi Chuxing for approximately $35 billion, calling a truce on its fierce battle with the Chinese ride-hailing service and redirecting its focus to other markets.

Uber to sell its business in China to Didi

Uber is selling its operations in China to rival Didi Chuxing for approximately $35 billion, calling a truce on its fierce battle with the Chinese ride-hailing service and redirecting its focus to other markets.

02-08-2016

Laure de Carayon: “Chinese customers are modernizing but not westernizing”

Intrigued by China’s rapid innovation rhythm and unique digital development path, Laure de Carayon, a marketing and communication expert by profession, launched the China Connect Forum in Paris in 2011, in order to present the ancient empire’s digita...

28-02-2018

China’s No.1 online tourism agency, Ctrip wants to become a one-stop shop providing services ranging from hotel reservation, transportation ticketing, package tours to corporate travel management.  A process of globalization started in 2011 and is set to continue. Kevin Guo, General Manager, Strategic Cooperation & Marketing Innovation at Ctrip, decodes the company’s innovations in marketing.

Kevin Guo: "Over 70% of Ctrip bookings are done by mobile"

China’s No.1 online tourism agency, Ctrip wants to become a one-stop shop providing services ranging from hotel reservation, transportation ticketing, package tours to corporate travel management. A process of globalization started in 2011 and is se...

19-03-2018