Subscription businesses date back to at least the 17th century. And today, quite suddenly, the subscription economy is back in fashion. Here’s why.
In this series on The Chinapreneurs, we look at entrepreneurs’ experiences in starting a business in China. In the first one, Kevin Zhao, CEO of Wangli Bank, elaborates on starting up in China’s fast-changing internet finance sector.
Lenovo is trying to crack the Chinese smartphone market with ZUK, the erstwhile ShenQi. But has it really figured things out?
The success of Starbucks in China has to do with things beyond just coffee: localization of flavors, store formats, image and also retention policies.
During his whistle-stop trip to the US, Alibaba founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma is busy courting small businesses
Social media can be a great tool for marketing in the moment. Also the worst.
With the rise of e-commerce and more discerning consumers, the recent growth of malls in China risks becoming redundant.
Penny Pritzker, US Secretary of Commerce, discusses the shape of the US-China trade relationship
China’s stock market regulator is finally cracking down on umbrella trusts in a bid to defuse a potentially dangerous situation.
Does China’s debt, which refuses to stop growing, threaten to take the show off the road?