Fabian is a so-called ‘internet entrepreneur’ who gained his knowledge and experience at international companies like Hewlett Packard, TomTom, Shell and Sonos. Fabian got intrigued by the online innovation driven by companies like Alibaba and Tencent. He is convinced that although most people still look to the West for the latest and greatest in online, the real innovation takes place in the East. Fabian lives in Amsterdam and in addition to building InnovativeChina he helps companies in maximizing their global online sales. Contact him at fabian[at]innovativechina[dot]com.
The Chinese startup company Nanoleaf invented a new light bulb that saves 88% of electricity, and last 20 times longer compared to existing LED bulbs. And with 133 lumens-per-watts, it almost doubles the efficiency of a Philip’s 22-watt bulb [...]
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One of China's leading techblogs Techweb reports today that Sina Weibo, China's largest microblog with over 500 million registered users, is testing a feature that lets users buy influential retweets [...]
WeChat - the fast growing instant messaging platform (Chinese competitor of WhatsApp) - is revealing its strategy on how to make money with their free app. They enable their corporate customers to make online transactions with their customers via WeChat [...]
Looking at the total of e-Commerce investments in Asia from 2010, China is the leading country by taking $4.8 billion of the total $6.9 billion invested. What is the exit strategy for e-Commerce companies in China? [...]
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