My Predictions for Apple vs. Huawei in China (Tech Strategy – Podcast 178)

In the latest episode of the Tech Strategy podcast, Jeffrey Towson shares his predictions for the ongoing battle between Apple and Huawei in China. With both companies vying for market share and dominance in the world’s largest smartphone market, Towson offers insights on their strategies and what the future may hold. Listen now to stay ahead of the curve in the tech industry.

3 Forces Will Determine Apple’s Fate in China (Tech Strategy – Daily Article)

In this article, Jeff Towson discusses the three forces that will determine Apple’s fate in China’s tech strategy. These forces are: 1) The Chinese government’s push for self-sufficiency, 2) The rise of Chinese tech giants, and 3) The changing consumer preferences in China. Understanding these forces is crucial for companies to stay ahead of the competition in China’s tech market.

Understanding Hyper-Politicized China (Tech Strategy – Podcast 176)

In this episode of the Tech Strategy Podcast, Jeffrey Towson explores the hyper-politicized landscape of China’s tech industry. He delves into the implications of politics on China’s tech industry and provides insights on how to profit from political involvement in China tech. If you’re interested in understanding the intersection of politics and technology in China, this podcast is a must-listen. Tune in to gain a deeper understanding of hyper-politicized China and its impact on the tech industry.

Huawei’s 4 Big Thailand Projects. My Interview with CEO Abel Deng. (Asia Tech Strategy – Podcast 113)

In this podcast, Jeffrey Towson interviews Abel Deng, CEO of Huawei Thailand, about Huawei’s four big projects in Thailand. Deng discusses the importance of digital infrastructure in Thailand’s economic development and how Huawei is helping to build the country’s digital future. The four projects are:

Building a 5G network in Thailand
Developing a smart city in Bangkok
Investing in education and training
Supporting the development of startups

What Worries Me About Alibaba Long-Term (Tech Strategy – Podcast 96)

In this podcast, Jeffrey Towson discusses his concerns about Alibaba’s long-term prospects. He argues that the company is facing increasing competition from domestic rivals, regulatory scrutiny, and a slowing Chinese economy. He believes that Alibaba will need to make some significant changes in order to remain competitive in the years to come.

What I Don’t Like About Alibaba (Asia Tech Strategy – Daily Update)

There is a lot to like about Alibaba (from a strategy and competition perspective). Massive, almost unprecedented, competitive strength. It’s a complementary platform and a digital-physical hybrid. That puts it at the top of my competitive strength pyramid. It is riding the mother of all secular trends – the rising wealth of Chinese families. And […]

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