Last week here at Simply CSOFT, we profiled a company leading the charge in genetic research. This week, as part of our continued coverage of innovation being fostered in China, we’ll take a look at a business that’s changing the social networking landscape.
This week in the news, Yum Brands, the parent company of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and KFC, has agreed to remove the offensive logo of their latest restaurant chain, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba raised around $22 billion in one of the biggest initial public offerings on record and Media-Saturn’s new stores became a place where the virtual meets the real, giving its customers a new shopping experience.
China’s leading social app WeChat is not just generic, chat-focused mobile application. It’s an amalgamation of social media apps like Twitter, Facebook, Talkbox, Instragram, Skype, and Grindr. What is it about this app that has over 300 million users hooked and why should you be paying attention? Click and read on!