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.
Last week we heard the story of our very own Chiara Conte, her experiences with CSOFT, and her journey that in turn led to Huawei. This week, we have her views on working with the networking and telecommunications giant, as well as some telling insights into the globalization and localization industry.
To give you an inside peek into CSOFT’s Global Language department, we’d like to introduce you to Chiara Conte, our Assistant Site Manager and Director of Global Languages. Chiara has been working with CSOFT since 2009 and was recently transferred to our branch in Shenzhen, a city full of entrepreneurs and aspiring startups. In this […]
Chinese companies appear to be enjoying their golden age of global expansion; Huawei, Alibaba, Xiao Mi, Haier, TP-Link and Mindray are all examples of domestic Chinese companies that have successfully taken their business models to the global market. Unfortunately, for every Huawei or Mindray, there are many companies that encounter enormous hurdles. While 85 percent […]
“China going global” has long been a buzzword in foreign policy and economics circles as Chinese companies, for the first time, begin to expand globally. Political scientists have maligned the phenomenon, Chinese pundits have celebrated it, and foreign consumers have mixed feelings. Given China’s rapid economic growth in the last three decades, it comes as […]
Our Beijing office seems busier than normal these days as the team is heading to Shanghai next week to attend LocWorld 27. As we previously noted on Simply CSOFT, CSOFT is sponsoring the Opening Reception of the event on Monday, April 13th and our CEO Shunee Yee will be moderating a panel discussion titled “Ali-blah-blah-blah: […]
With China’s property sales down 7.7 percent in the first quarter, many investors fear that the country’s housing bubble could burst at anytime. Read on to find out about Moody’s take on China’s real estate. You’ll also read about China and Russia’s $400 billion gas supply deal and the success story of China’s biggest online retailer, JD.com, on its first day of trading.