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QIAO NEXT INTERACTIVE DIGITAL BUSINESS is our Digital Division to help you to increase your ROI and maximize your brand awareness on China market and abroad.

Next is arriving: Now!

Our Main Focus Areas are:

  • Digital Strategy

  • Digital Brand Engagement

  • Digital Marketing

  • Web / Digital Services

  • Mobile & Mobility Services

  • Social Channels & eCommerce

  • eAdvertising / SEO / SEM

  • New Cross-Media Formats & Productions

  • Second-Screen Projects

  • Next B2B Platforms & e-CRM

  • x-Commerce All-in-One infrastructures (e-Commerce, m-Commerce, v-Commerce)

  • Digital Innovative Business

  • Digital Localization / Internationalization

How we works:

Around a global strategy, we combine traditional and innovating marketing, locals and international channels and media, digital and interactive actions.

A teamwork in our local offices to create results on the target markets.

Our Mission: Create Value!


Next B2B - B2C Digital Platforms:

Combining creativity and innovation with results, we create and manage for our clients B2B & B2C platforms and infrastructures as concrete support for their commercial, distribution and trading activities (catalog, payments, logistics, customer care) directly in China.

  • to create new business channels and trading

  • to reduce costs to manage B2B, B2C and  e-Commerce activities

  • optimize business matching and product selection

  • combine real and virtual Showrooms and Catalogs

  • e-Procurement and distribution infrastructures

  • Cloud B2B/B2C Platforms


Our Industry Focus:

  • Corporate / Multinational

  • Food&Beverage

  • Luxury / Fashion / Design

  • Banks / Financial Services

  • High-Tech / Telecommunications

  • Tourism / Hospitality

 

Our Markets:

  • China

  • Europe

Last but not least ..... since 1996 a solid experience to share


For Information or Contacts: [email protected]

 

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Aug 13
2013

e-Commerce: Taobao bans QR codes: a swipe at WeChat?

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in WeChat , Tencent , QR , E-commerce , China , Alibaba

Qiao Next Digital

Over the weekend, Alibaba’s flagship C2C ecommerce platform Taobao circulated a memo to its vendors announcing that QR codes with links to external websites would no longer be allowed.

“We have discovered some sellers are using QR codes with external links to circumvent the normal transaction process,” reads a section of the memo as reprinted on TechWeb. New image uploads with externally-linking QR codes will not be allowed; those vendors who already have uploaded such images to the site have one month to remove them.

Aug 12
2013

Innovation : 3-D printing development may be 'problematic'

Posted by Qiao LAB in Printing , China , 3D

Qiao LAB

Although its application in the technology sector has given 3-D printing a high profile, a number of Chinese entrepreneurs and investors have expressed a pessimistic view of its likely development in the near future.

"Some people have said that 3-D printing will bring about a manufacturing revolution, but that's an exaggeration," said Ru Fangjun, founder of HangZhou Xundian Technology Co, which deals in 3-D printing devices in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province.

Aug 10
2013

Smart City Guangzhou Aims To Complete Free Public Wi-Fi Coverage By 2015

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Wifi , Smart cities , Guangzhou , Free , China

Qiao Next Digital

Wang Dong, vice mayor of Guangzhou, said during a press conference that under southern city's current plans, they will offer free Wi-Fi in important public places such as tourist attractions, most government affairs halls, human resource markets, hospitals, transportation hubs, and parks, by 2015.

At present, Guangzhou is actively building itself into a smart city and a major part of the plan is to construct and open free WLAN access points in public places. According to Wang, the city itself now provides 42 hotspot areas, where about 402 access points are available. By the end of June 2013, there were over 500 public access points in Guangzhou, providing free WLAN services to 360,000 people.

Aug 09
2013

VIPmimi.com Boosts Content Marketing Reach In China

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in XML , Internet , Content , China

Qiao Next Digital

VIPmimi.com is revolutionizing content marketing in China through the syndication of exclusive promotional content for lifestyle and travel businesses in China.

As part of its ongoing drive to increase visibility for its clients' content, VIPmimi.com announced that with the signing of new partners it now puts its content in front of over two million daily visitors on China's top high-end travel and luxury lifestyle websites and mobile devices.

New VIPmimi.com partners include MeishiChina.com, Douguo.com, and Meishij.net. These Chinese websites join over two dozen direct syndication partners and over 100 more websites in China who distribute and repurpose the hotel deals, dining specials, and airline promotions sent out by VIPmimi.com's network clients.

Aug 08
2013

Tencent Appoints New VP For E-commerce Business

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Yixun.com , Tencent , Internet , Ecommerce , China

Qiao Next Digital

Chinese Internet company Tencent sent an internal email to announce that Bu Guangqi, chief executive officer of Yixun.com, has been appointed new vice president of Tencent.

Bu will report to Wu Xiaoguang, chief executive officer of Tencent E-Commerce Holding Company. Bu's goal will be to lead the building and development of Tencent's e-commerce self-branded business.

Jun 06
2013

E-Commerce in China Worth 2.8 Trillion RMB by 2016 (Infographic)

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Online , Internet , Infographic , Ecommerce , China

Qiao Next Digital

240,000 RMB (US$40,000) – this is how much Chinese online shoppers spend online per second. And this astronomical figure is still growing.

More than any other country in the world, China has 242 million online shoppers already, or approximately 43% of total Internet users.

May 25
2013

E-Commerce & Logistic: Alibaba and partners to launch national logistics network

Posted by Qiao LAB in Logistic , Internet , Ecommerce , Alibaba

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Leading Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group and several logistics companies will jointly launch a logistics network on May 28, marking the group's latest expansion move after establishing an online payment and micro loan business.

The network, called the China Smart Logistics Network, will be chaired by Jack Ma, Alibaba's former CEO, while Yintai Group's chairman Shen Guojun will serve as the network's CEO.

Mar 23
2013

E-commerce: Net-A-Porter May Find It Difficult To Cross The Great (Tax) Wall Of China

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Tax , Shipping , E-commerce , China

Qiao Next Digital

As Jing Daily noted last week, the wildly successful Richemont-owned British luxury e-tailer Net-A-Porter is set to launch a Chinese-language version later this month, part of a stronger effort to tap the Asian market that will also see the company open a Hong Kong distribution center. Though Net-A-Porter already has a great deal of operational experience in the Chinese e-tail business, via its one-year-old Outnet.cn site and the leadership of Asia senior vice president Adrienne Ma, the road ahead won’t be easy in China — and not just because of stiff competition from local and international competitors.

According to available information in advance of the official Chinese site launch, Net-A-Porter’s new local version will not accept payment in renminbi, nor will it accept other popular Chinese payment methods like UnionPay or cash-on-delivery. To shop on the site, Chinese consumers must have overseas accounts or accounts in U.S. dollars at mainland banks. Though the site does offer one perk beloved by Chinese luxury e-tail devotees — free shipping — competitors like Neiman Marcus and Yoox offer a range of payment options for Chinese shoppers.

Mar 23
2013

Internet: China Entering E-Commerce And Mobile “Golden Age.”

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in Fashion , E-commerce , China , Brand

Qiao Next Digital


E-Commerce Presents Opportunity “To Replace Bricks With Clicks”

Despite the explosive growth of China’s digital space and e-commerce market, the new Fashion supplement to L2 Think Tank‘s Digital IQ Index: China report finds that most Fashion brands remain slow to adapt to the changing tides of Chinese luxury consumption. Although online apparel sales topped US$50 billion in 2012 and are projected to hit three times that by 2016, the supplement points out, only 41 percent of luxury fashion brands offer e-commerce in the country, with a paltry seven doing so on their official sites. This has left a void in the market which multi-brand retailers (both domestic and international) have jumped in to exploit.

Mar 08
2013

China's Broadband Fees Drop 30% As More Households Come Online

Posted by Qiao Next Digital in MIIT , Internet , China , Broadband

Qiao Next Digital

More Chinese netizens have access to faster Internet from their homes, according to latest figures.

The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China just held a webinar in Beijing covering the growth of broadband services. During the meeting, Miao Wei, minister of MIIT, said that in 2012, China's fiber to the home project entered over 49 million new families' homes, reaching a total number of 94 million total households now covered.

Mar 08
2013

Shanghai: Smart network to cover half of city's communities by year end

Posted by Qiao LAB in Telecom , Smart , Shanghai , set-top-box , Services , City , China

Qiao LAB

A SMART community network that allows residents to make appointments with doctors or shop at nearby grocery stores via television will be expanded to more than 2,000 Shanghai communities, half of the city's total, by the end of the year, an official said yesterday.

The network, which lets residents pay utility bills and check medical history, will cover all communities in the city by 2015, said Zhang Weihua, general manager of China Telecom, the major operator of the network.

Feb 23
2013

Group-Buying: China's Velo, Didatuan Announce Integration

Posted by Qiao LAB in Velo , Shanghai , Internet , group-buying , Didatuan , Coupon , Beijing

Qiao LAB

Chinese coupon provider Velo and group buying website Didatuan.com announced via internal emails that the two companies have completed a formal integration.

After the integration, a new company will be established and maintain the Velo brand. Song Zhongjie, former chief executive officer of Didatuan.com, has been appointed chief executive officer of the new company.

Feb 23
2013

Shanghai Phone booth update: Wi-Fi, touch panel

Posted by Qiao LAB in Wi-Fi , Telephone , Shanghai , China , Booth

Qiao LAB

SHANGHAI'S 8,000 public phone booths, used less and less, will become new smart devices with features including Wi-Fi and touch-screens with public transportation and weather information, officials said yesterday.

The plan, however, still needs the support of the electricity authorities and other agencies, according to officials at China Telecom's Shanghai branch, which already have added Wi-Fi to some booths.

Feb 18
2013

3D printing reshapes manufacturing

Posted by Qiao LAB in Printing , Manufacturing , Innovation , China , 3D

Qiao LAB

New technology may herald a third industrial revolution, say supporters

In Jackie Chan's latest movie CZ12, also known as Chinese Zodiac, there is an eye-catching scene in which the actor uses specially made gloves to scan a bronze animal head that once crowned the famed fountain clock of the imperial retreat Yuanmingyuan Park (the Old Summer Palace). The action star then recreates the bronze head using a printing machine that operates three-dimensionally.

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