Posts tagged "Alibaba"
Marketing on WeChat: An Interview with WalktheChat Co-Founder, Thomas Graziani

Marketing on WeChat: An Interview with WalktheChat Co-Founder, Thomas Graziani

Guest post by Thibaud Andre   I recently met with Thomas Graziani, co-founder of marketing & IT agency WalktheChat. I talked with him about the development of WeChat and the payment war with Alibaba and Apple.   Andre: Hi Thomas. You co-founded WalktheChat, which focuses on helping companies to use WeChat to promote themselves in China. Why did...
4 Lessons You Can Learn from eBay’s Failure in China

4 Lessons You Can Learn from eBay’s Failure in China

. Guest post by Courtney Gordner   When it comes to companies expanding into foreign markets for the first time, there is no such thing as “too big to fail.” Instead, the observer may find that this old adage instead holds true: the bigger they are, the harder they fall. In this way, an American...
Does Alibaba IPO Signal China Has Surpassed US Economy?

Does Alibaba IPO Signal China Has Surpassed US Economy?

Guest post by Courtney Gordner   Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant is set to become the largest initial public offering in American history. Many feel that the future of investment by Americans in Chinese businesses hinges on its success or failure as an IPO. Thus far, all signs point to success. During its filing, the...