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

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- Internet & Mobile

- Business Magazine (targets Business Decision Makers)

- Advertising: Restaurants, Store, Airports, Supermarkets, Outdoor ...

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QIAO LAB is a Consulting & Business Innovation Incubator / Accelerator, Knowledge & Technology Transfer Company, Seed & Early Stage VC. QIAO LAB Next Business (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. is a full-service business management consulting firm & incubator / Accelerator to turn innovative business and product ideas into sustainable businesses. "Innovating future in China and abroad", through consulting support, concrete projects, best practices, inventions, technologies and sharing different knowledge. Consulting |...


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QIAO LAB Consulting is a our Business Management Consulting Division to turn innovative business and product ideas into sustainable businesses. Our Corporate Open Innovation Program QIAO OPEN LAB PROGRAM for Corporate Innovation focuses on enterprise innovation, paying particular attention to implementation issues and development of new business models to capture the value of innovative products and services. Sharing of ideas and collaboration to push the boundaries of innovation inside the...


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QIAO NEXT BRANDS is our Division focused on customer engagement on China market and abroad. Only for NEXT BRANDS!! A NEXT BRAND is a brand projected towards the future, integrated with present and with strong values ​​from the past. "feels" its consumers, listens their needs, interacts. QIAO NEXT BRANDS is the only agency that accompanies your Brand from creativity to product distribution and selling. This is Next Brands! Fresh,...


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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...


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QIAO NEXT SEED CAPITAL is an investment vehicle focused on Chinese Internet Industry.We typically co-invest in Chinese early stage opportunities with Government Incubators and/or High-Tech Chinese Funds. Open to new investors and partners In order to continue our investment activities, we are continuously raising new funds (new Fundraising 2016) and searching strategic partners as support to our investments portfolio companies.Our Model Leveraging over two decades of experience gained in...


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QIAO LAB High-Tech Incubator provides a customized turn-key support (knowledge and experience), as well as equity investment capital. Our Main Sectors: - Agrifood- Big Data (ICT) - Bio technologies - Clean Technologies - Design and Innovative Fashion - Education and Training - Fintech- Green ICT - Healthcare- IC Design - Information Communication Technology (ICT) - ICT & Social Innovation - Internet & Web Technologies - Internet of Things (IOT) -...


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Jul 21

Xiangjiaba - Shanghai HVDC project’s first 400-kilovolt transformer for the successful development of low-end

Posted by Qiao LAB in transformer , Shanghai , Green Energy , Energy

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Xiangjiaba - Shanghai ± 800 kV HVDC transmission demonstration project’s first domestically produced low-end 400-kV converter transformer successfully passed all the type tests, the key technical indicators is superior, more than the contract requirements, marks UHVDC localization of key equipment to make new development of significant progress.

HVDC converter transformer design, manufacture and testing technology represents today’s world, the highest level of transmission technology, developed extremely difficult. December 17, 2007, the State Grid Corporation and TBEA Shenyang Transformer companies have signed procurement contracts for rheology. In order to ensure the success of product development, the State Grid Corporation to strengthen the comprehensive management and control. The organization of international and domestic-related consultation, research, testing agencies and industry experienced experts in the technical program of rigorous demonstration. To take effective measures to promote Chinese and foreign cooperative R & D in the process of co-operation led to the rapid transformation and technical drawings of the rapid absorption of control.

Jul 21

'South-South' media dialogue

Posted by Qiao LAB in tv , Media exchanges , Internet , Developing Coutries , Cooperation , Communication , China

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Twenty-three media officials from 14 developing countries, including nine at the ministerial level, gathered on Tuesday for a workshop in China.

"The developing countries have a majority of the world's population, but our voice is weak and has limited discursive power," Wang Chen, minister of China's State Council Information Office, said at a reception held on Tuesday evening to welcome participants to the workshop, which will run until Monday.

The Media Workshop for Information Ministers, being jointly held by the State Council Information Office and the Ministry of Commerce, which is in charge of foreign aid programs, is the first to specifically cater to information officials at the ministerial level.

The program is designed to enhance the exchange of information in the media sector, which, it is hoped, will further expand cooperation and jointly preserve the common interests of the developing world, Wang said.

On the first day of the gathering, the delegates spoke to Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi and listened to a lecture on Chinese media delivered by Wang Zhongwei, deputy head of the State Council Information Office.

Throughout the rest of the workshop, they will visit major Chinese news agencies and TV stations, study rural development and attend seminars.

A.B. Wali, the Nigerian ambassador to China, said the workshop is another positive sign of China's vigorous commitment to the developing world.

China's own success at achieving a high level of literacy, as well as its citizens access to and use of information technology, will undoubtedly inspire other developing countries, Wali said.

Jul 21

Driving from Italy to Shanghai, without a driver

Posted by Qiao LAB in Shanghai , Milan , Italy , Green vehicles , electric , Driverless vehicles , China

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Overland Milan - Shanghai

IT'S a modern-day version of Marco Polo's journey halfway around the world - but is anyone at the controls?

A team of Italian engineers yesterday launched what has been billed as the longest-ever test drive of driverless vehicles: a 13,000-kilometer, three-month road trip from Italy to China, not in search of silk, but to test the limits of future automotive technology.

Two bright orange vehicles, equipped with laser scanners and cameras that work in concert to detect and help avoid obstacles, are to brave the traffic of Moscow, the summer heat of Siberia and the bitter cold of the Gobi desert before the planned arrival in Shanghai at the end of October.

"What we are trying to do is stress our systems and see if they can work in a real environment, with real weather, real traffic and crazy people who cross the road in front of you and a vehicle that cuts you off," said project leader Alberto Broggi.

The road trip consists of two pairs of vehicles, each with a driven lead van followed by a driverless vehicle occupied by two technicians, whose job is to fix glitches and take over the wheel in case of an emergency.

Jul 16

IBM pilots healthcare solution with Peking University

Posted by Qiao LAB in Peking University , IBM , Healthcare

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IBM is partnering with Peking University People's Hospital to pilot a software system that will reduce medical errors and increase doctor efficiency, the company announced today.

The program is part of a three-year $100 million initiative focused on developing information technologies for healthcare challenges such as increased costs and decreased productivity, said Chalapathy Neti, IBM Research associate.

"We believe information technology can help drive efficiencies into the system," Neti told China Daily.

Jul 15

Brighter Color for Reflective E-Reading Displays

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HP is developing new materials for brighter low-power displays

Electronic paper that reflects light, instead of filtering it from a backlight, as most conventional displays do, is easy on the eyes and saves on battery life. But this reliance on ambient light becomes a handicap when trying to make a bright, beautiful color display. Researchers at HP are addressing the problem by developing new materials that use ambient light to create a more vibrant color for video-capable, low-power screens.

Vibrant reflections: Red, yellow, and magenta test swatches made from novel luminescent materials are shown next to an array of color standards used to evaluate the quality of displays. Researchers at HP are using these materials to develop more vibrant reflective displays. Credit: HP

Conventional displays, including LCDs, use a backlight to produce light, and layers of optics to filter it to create different colors. This type of display needs a lot of power because most of the light is lost during filtering.

Jul 15

Robotic fish could become reality

Posted by Qiao LAB in robotic , New York University , Maurizio Porfiri , Fish

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Robotic fishThe idea of a fish taking directions from a human, might sound absurd, but the animal robotics industry is developing just that.

Developers hope, that one day, humans could tell schools of fish where and where not to swim. This will help keep them away from danger areas, like say the situation in the Gulf of Mexico.

It's an aquatic version of following the leader.

Jul 14

An invisible computer mouse

Posted by Qiao LAB in Pc , Mouse , MIT , Invisible

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MIT Media Lab researchers have developed Mouseless, an invisible computer mouse that costs about $20 to build.

It uses an infrared (IR) laser beam and an infrared camera. The laser beam module creates a plane of IR laser just above the surface the computer sits on. The user cups their hand, and the laser beam lights up the hand that is in contact with the surface. The IR camera detects those bright IR blobs using computer vision.

Jul 14

Hydrogen-powered unmanned plane debuts

Posted by Qiao LAB in Hydrogen , Boeing Phantom Works , Airplane

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Boing Phantom Works

The Boeing Company has unveiled the hydrogen-powered Phantom Eye unmanned airborne system for collecting data and communications, a demonstrator that will stay aloft at 65,000 feet for up to four days.

Phantom Eye is powered by two 2.3-liter, four-cylinder engines that provide 150 horsepower each. It has a 150-foot wingspan, will cruise at approximately 150 knots, and can carry up to a 450-pound payload.

Later this summer, Phantom Eye will be shipped to NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., to begin a series of ground and taxi tests in preparation for its first flight in early 2011. That debut flight is expected to last between four and eight hours.

Jul 14

Urine, the fuel of the future, say students

Posted by Qiao LAB in Urine , Hydrogen , Fuel , Energy

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URINE may become a new energy source to replace the fossil fuel and power our world in the future, according to a team of Australian students.

They put forward the idea at the third Shanghai International Youth Science and Technology Expo, which kicked off yesterday.

About 400 students and teachers from 18 countries and regions gathered in the city to compete with their scientific inventions at a five-day fair launched by Shanghai Education Commission and Shanghai Science and Technology Commission

"We propose using humble urine in place of water in hydrogen production plants," said Jack Fairman, a Grade 10 student from the Anglican Church Grammar School in Brisbane.

Hydrogen separated from urine can be used to generate electricity while the nitrogen can be used to fertilize crops, according to the seven-strong team. Using electrolysis, an electrical current passed through an alkaline electrode separates hydrogen from the urea. "Hydrogen is already being seen as a potential fuel for the future that does not have the serious environmental implications of fossil fuels," Fairman said.

Due to urine's chemical composition, using urine in the production of hydrogen was 332 percent more energy efficient than using electrolysis on water, the team said.

They proposed governments make it mandatory that all new businesses, schools, public facilities, and all other new developments install toilets that separate out urine. Such toilets had already been developed, they said.

Collection trucks would go to these facilities to collect the urine and transport it to hydrogen plants, where electrolysis would be used to extract the hydrogen

Jul 14


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Jul 14

The credit card 'Da Vinci Code'

Posted by Qiao LAB in identity theft , fraud , credit cards , credit , banking

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Did you know your credit card has a "Da Vinci Code"?

It's true. Those raised numerals on your card are not only your account identifier that banks and merchants need to transact business on your behalf, but a little-known credit card version of the Da Vinci Code that verifies its validity without the aid of computers.

"It's pretty cool that something that was developed pre-computer is still in use today. I think that's really important," says Derrick Niederman, an MIT-educated mathematician, New York Times crossword puzzle creator and author of many recreational math books, including "Number Freak."

Even cooler, the code, which can reveal whether a credit card number is fraudulent, is cryptically hidden within the sequence of the card numbers. Every legitimate credit, debit and ATM card on Earth contains this formula. What's in your wallet, Dan Brown?

Jul 13

Zynga Buys 2 Chengdu Cos for $3m

Posted by Qiao LAB in XPD Media Zynga , Gaming Online , Game

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US-based social gaming company Zynga has acquired two companies based in Chengdu City, Sichuan province, at a total cost of $3 million, Sohu reported July 13 citing an unnamed source. The company has established an office in Beijing and recruited technical staff, the report said. Zynga made its entrance into Asia in May 2010 with the acquisition of XPD Media, a Beijing-based social gaming company.

Jul 13

How Google Works

Posted by Qiao LAB in Search Engine , Internet , Google

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How Works Google

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