Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Oyo and its Chinese game

Facing strong competition in the huge market, can an Indian company succeed in China?

Aibiying: A globally local Airbnb?

People hated Airbnb's Chinese name when it was adopted Many Western companies have found China to be a difficult market to crack, and home-sharing giant...

The rise of Indonesia’s modern concept of coffee shops

Last week we wrote about how young Indonesians love going to the Cinemas which makes it a great customer acquisition channel. This week we...

Baidu’s lost decade in international markets

It is still not too late, if it recognises the issue preventing its success in international markets over the last 10 years.

Will Lu Qi bring success to Y Combinator in China?

He needs to act fast, before his, and YC's brands wane in China

[TLD Weekend] Indonesia – highest context country?

Have you heard of Sungkan culture?

3 things millennials look for when working for your startup

So, what are millennials looking for, and what are they expecting? Why are they often being regarded as "impatient"?

MBA & Entrepreneurship part 1: INSEAD students are especially entrepreneurial?

Looking back, a combination of factors probably made this the case

Why many Chinese find it hard to work with Indians

Prof Zhang said, when a typical Chinese is working with a typical Indian, the former will experience four stages of being: happiness, anxiety, disappointment, and fury.

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