Shunee Yee, Founder and CEO of CSOFT International, led the talks stating that, “more and more Chinese companies are trying to shift their business models to sell their products abroad. Many Shenzhen companies started as cheap manufacturers and some of them have become leading brands in global businesses.”
The turn of the year is upon us, and that means it’s time to reflect not only on what we’ve done this year, but also on what 2017 has to offer us. To make the most out of 2017 for your business, consider these tips when planning your business goals for next year:
The rise of e-commerce has inevitable importance as companies branch out across the world and buying focus begins to change from traditional brick and mortar establishments to online marketplaces. In this blog we will explore major global companies that, through recognizing e-commerce as a vital tool, have thrived through its use and development.
Translation tools have played a huge role in shaping the industry and here at CSOFT, we consider ourselves experts in the field. So much so that CSOFT’s very own Michael Gray led a workshop on translation tools in the CSOFT San Francisco office recently which was attended by a number of experts in the translation industry.
One of the themes in everyone’s minds after this year’s summit included the effect of the translation industry in China, and subsequent changes to its market development and necessities for adequate and suitable translation and localization services that have developed as a result.
As one of the keynote speakers at CSOFT’s 11th annual summit, Bill Powell struck a much different tone than others. While his peers spoke of the bright future of globalization, he opened with a much darker tone. “I would like to be a bubbling cauldron of optimism about the world, about the global economy. I’d […]
Shenzhen is a city that truly symbolizes innovation. From its designation as China’s first Special Economic Zone in 1980, it has miraculously developed from being a small fishing village of 30,000 people into the technology and manufacturing hub of the world; a roaring metropolis of 14 million people, each hoping to find the Chinese dream.