My latest video on China’s sharing economy. Shot in thailand. Link here. My writing and speaking are on Chinese consumers and digital China.
In the last couple of months, several of China’s digital giants have jumped into ride-sharing. And this was a surprise, because with the exit of Uber it was believed that Didi Chuxing had that market pretty much locked up. And I think Didi thought this too – as they began focusing on international expansion. Generally […]
Over the past three months, I’ve been doing a lot of talks to more traditional businesses (insurance companies, hospitals, chemical companies, express delivery companies) about how digitization is playing out in China. From these talks, I’ve sort of boiled my message down to the following three rules for Chinese digital transformation and disruption. Rule 1: […]
Some thoughts on what really matters in digital China. Plus stuff around Manila. Jeffrey Towson, Professor at Peking University Guanghua School of Management Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud
I’ve been on a whirlwind speaking tour in Brazil (9 talks in 5 cities in 9 days). And this question of what Brazil (and other developing countries) can learn from China keeps coming up. Here’s my best answer. Plus some fun stuff from around Rio. Video is here. (Youtube only. Sorry. Link is here). Thanks […]
I had a fascinating time in Mexico City. I made this video at the launch of Mobike Mexico. It was a great day and has my take on what’s happening with Chinese bike-sharing in Latin Ameica. And yeah, I did mostly fall off one of the bikes, which I caught on video Youtube link […]
Mobike has started in Mexico City’s upscale Polanco district, but this is part of wide launch across Mexico. They are going everywhere and are treating Mexico seriously. That’s pretty awesome. If the big bike-sharing question of 2017 was “can these Chinese companies succeed internationally?”, the question for 2018 is now “how big can they get?” […]