posts tagged ‘Remaking Made in China

Xiaomi, which we included on our 100 Things to Watch in 2014 list, is now the world’s third-largest smartphone maker, according to IDC’s Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. The young company has seen triple-digit year-over-year growth in smartphone shipments, per IDC, surging ahead of both LG and Lenovo. Often described as the “Apple of China,” […]

Our 2012 report “Remaking ‘Made in China’” examines how Chinese companies are putting a new focus on developing strong brands that can hold their own both at home and on the world stage. As we noted recently, a number of Chinese tech brands have been making headway in international markets. While these companies are focusing on innovation, a […]

During much of the 20th century, China served as a manufacturing center for international brands, developing few of its own for export markets. The moniker “Made in China” became synonymous with basic, cheap, mass-produced, low-quality goods, as well as counterfeits. With Fast Company recently proclaiming that “‘Made in China’ is a compliment,” there are signs […]

-IBM releases its annual “5 in 5”: innovations that the company believes will change our lives in the next five years. -The AP spotlights our own 10 Trends for 2014 and Beyond. -Twitter takes a look back at the year on Twitter, while a Facebook video reviews recurring themes of 2013. -Nielsen lists the year’s […]

Find our roundups collected in magazine form on Flipboard, the iOS and Android app; download the app to view this week’s edition here: http://flip.it/eYE6C. -As emerging market growth slows, The Economist explores “The Great Deceleration,” which it sees as “a turning-point for the world economy.” -The Daily Beast examines “America’s Dystopian New Normal” as economic […]

As we note in our “Remaking ‘Made in China’” report, Chinese brands looking to expand abroad will have to reshape consumers’ perception of the “Made in China” moniker. A recent 39-country study from the Pew Research Center confirms that China has significant hurdles to overcome if it is to win the hearts and minds of […]

-CES 2013: Wired‘s Mat Honan says it was a lackluster year for the show. Businessweek takes a look at what’s new in TVs. The Los Angeles Times spotlights the rise of “multi-mode” devices that combine elements of laptops and tablets. The Wall Street Journal reports on how cable and satellite operators are battling upstart Internet […]

-The McKinsey Global Institute considers the evolution of cities and “the rise of the consuming class” as urban areas expand at an unprecedented speed and scale. -The Economist looks at the central role that educated and ambitious young women are playing in China’s economic and social development. -China’s “promiscuous” consumers are not inclined toward brand […]


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