A new perspective devoted to the “policy on the pilot of fixed broadband market liberalization” in China, that encourages civil capital to enter fixed broadband market in various models, a milestone of state monopolized industries’ opening up.
The relationship between the offline and the online commerce, as well as the global future development of the O2O model. With a contribution by Jane Hou, Partner
The opportunities offered by e-commerce in Western China. With a contribution by ChengFen (Jane) Hou, Partner.
Value Partners reinforces its partnership in China with the election of ChengFen (Jane) Hou.
Chengfen (Jane) Hou, of the Beijing office, has been elected Partner
More and more virtual operators participate in the telecommunications market; in spite of this, the price of the service has not been decreased. An article by Jane Hou, Partner of Value Partners Beijing office.
An article on O2O, Online to Offline, based on Value Partners whitepaper, “Online to Offline: What is In for Traditional Retailers”, written by Thomas Wu, Partner of the Hong Kong office.
A new perspective devoted to O2O and the latest approaches adopted by retailers trying to integrate online resources with their offline physical assets.
How is ecommerce evolving and growing. Based on perspective "What does it take for brands to go digital. Same but different", by Thomas Wu, Partner of the Hong Kong office, Runhan Sun, EM of the Shanghai office, and Ralph Wu,…
A new perspective devoted to the launch of MVNO in China.
A new perspective devoted to the deeper and deeper penetration of e-commerce in consumers’ daily lives and the reaction of brands to this phenomenon.
The approaches that MVNOs (mobile virtual network operators) are utilizing in China. With an interview to Jane Hou, SEM of the Beijing office.
A new perspective devoted to the development of the agriculture machinery market in China and ASEA region.
Sino-Italy’s trading has a strong potential, but its development has been slowed down up to now due to the lack of mutual understanding between the two countries. An interview to Giorgio Rossi Cairo, President.
The challenges of the Chinese companies for recovering the technological and creative gap. A comment by Tao Lin, Partner of the Shanghai office.
Big Pharma is running to China, where the health expenditure is growing but generic drugs dominate the market. Pharma companies have to review their market entry strategies. By Daniela Scaramuccia, Partner of the Milan office.
A perspective devoted to the evolution of the Pharma market in China.
A perspective devoted to the future of luxury e-commerce in China.