Traditional ventures have some good reasons for shunning investing in games, but that leaves a big blind spot for someone else to fill.
Companies that continually add value to their products can outpace the copycats and IP thieves. The trick is understanding the value your company truly provides.
Chinese companies face brutal domestic competition and government pressure to move up the value chain. Following historic patterns as old as technology they seek to ‘learn’ from foreign companies, including their JV partners.
This post is part of our ongoing series on Doing Business in China. You can find the introduction to this series here. For those who have lived in China for […]
This post is part of our ongoing series on Doing Business in China. You can find the introduction to this series here . This piece is written by D2D Principal, […]
There have been some important developers in the semiconductor market this week that have unsettled the semiconductor world. The news was that Global Foundries has exited the market for 7nm […]
We are planning a series of posts on doing business in China. This has long been a mainstay of our work, and we now have enough distance from client engagements […]