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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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First Cross-Media Network for China Market.

Over 500 Million of potential targets are on your fingertips!!

My China Media Network is your answer.
Your Customized Media Service to find the right Channel in China.

My China Media Network delivers the right solutions, tailored for your needs:

- TV LCD Network: over 150.000 (VIP Restaurants, Shopping Mall, Supermarkets, Business building, Golf Club....)

- Internet & Mobile

- Business Magazine (targets Business Decision Makers)

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

My China Media Network service is delivery by:

- China: "China Media LAB" in Shanghai at Italian Center.

- Italy: Consorzio DITE (Milan).

Activate My China Media Network Service it is easy:

1) Fill out the My China Media Network Form.

2) Your My China Business Personal Assistant will contact you for next steps and quote your required service.

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Mar 26
2017

WELCOME TO HLP i+TRADE PARK (Healthy Lifestyle Industrial & Trade Park)

Posted by QIAO LAB in Innovation , Industrial_Park , GFTZ , Cross_Border , China

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HLP i+TRADE

HLP i+TRADE PARK it's an innovative industrial park that combines knowledge and R & D with industrial production and sustainable agriculture, quality of life and personal well-being and environmental quality with the digital trading and business internationalization.

HLP i+TRADE PARK actualized Industrial Park concept and allows the immediate internationalization of projects and resident companies through sharing of assets and necessary know-how in our exclusive Global Free Trade Zones (cross-border, logistics, payments, regulatory management and related customs procedures).

Jan 28
2017

Happy New Chinese Year!

Posted by QIAO LAB in New year , Chinese

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Feb 06
2016

Happy New Chinese Monkey Year

Posted by QIAO LAB in Monkey , Happy_New_Year

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美丽的人生,伴随着 2016 猴年的到来增添了更绚烂的色彩,愿你的明天像梦想那般绚丽多姿! A beautiful life, with the arrival of 2016 Monkey New Year to add more gorgeous color. #壹都桥# #多利桥#

Jan 01
2016

Happy New Year 2016!!!

Posted by QIAO LAB in Shanghai , QIAOLAB , Happy_New_Year

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Aug 04
2015

Yiducity iStore active in 166 cities in China

Posted by QIAO LAB in Yiduqiao , Yiducity , O2O , Ecommerce , Distribution , China

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Yiduqiao (Qiao Lab Group) extends its distribution channel and sales opening its iStore in Yiducity activating own BE-Locations (Business Places) in 166 major Chinese cities.

"Now with 1-Click our iStore can be reached directly from Yiducity Mobile APP by any Chinese user ", declares Yuan Wei Hong, Yiduqiao Managing Partner , " and put in direct connection with our Brands, events, promotions, offers and products around to him/her".

Feb 20
2015

Happy Chinese New Year!!

Posted by QIAO LAB in Shanghai , QIAOLAB , new_year , happy , Chinese

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Happy Chinese New Year

Mar 29
2014

Integrated logistics key to promote agri-food exchange between China, Italy

Posted by QIAO LAB in Zhu , Trading , Taste , Martina , Made in Italy , Italy , Import , Fattori , China , Bergamo

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XINHUA, March 16 - 2014. The recent launch of a project to export Italian agri-food products to China has developed a model of "integrated logistics" between the two countries that creators said can ease and optimize bilateral exchange.

Chinese logistics company Shanghai Haibo, which is a subsidiary of China's second-largest food group Bright Food, and Shanghai-based incubator and consulting firm Qiaolab signed an agreement at the weekend to create "the first Chinese hub in Italy" in the northern city of Bergamo.

Jul 19
2011

Innovation: International High-tech firms head to Pudong park

Posted by QIAO LAB in Zhangjiang High-Tech Park , software , Shanghai , China

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SEVERAL top high-technology firms, including Qualcomm Inc, Texas Instruments and TCL Corp, agreed yesterday to set up facilities in a software industrial park in Pudong New Area to improve Shanghai's innovation level.

Other firms, including SAP and Citicorp Software and Technology Services, will also move into the Shanghai Pudong Software Industrial Park located in the Zhangjiang High-Tech Park. The Pudong park was jointly established by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Shanghai city government, and is also the National Software Industrial Base.

The park authorities have invested 600 million yuan (US$92 million) in the new 150,000-square-meter Zone B where the firms will be based. The new firms will hire more than 10,000 software professionals in the park.

Jun 03
2011

Internet: China hits back at Google

Posted by QIAO LAB in Security , Internet , Hackers , Google , Gmail , Email , China

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China yesterday denied it supports hacking activities and said it is part of global efforts to combat computer security threats, a day after Google disclosed some of its e-mail users suffered attacks originating from within the country.

Google disclosed on Wednesday that personal Gmail accounts of several hundred people, including senior United States government officials, military personnel and political activists, had been breached, The Associated Press reported.

Jun 03
2011

World Health Organization: E. coli outbreak caused by new strain

Posted by QIAO LAB in World Health Organization , outbreak , Germany , Europe , E. coli bacteria

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THE E. coli bacteria responsible for a deadly outbreak that has left 18 dead and sickened hundreds in Europe is a new strain that has never been seen before, the World Health Organization said yesterday.

Preliminary genetic sequencing suggests the strain is a mutant form of two different E. coli bacteria, with aggressive genes that could explain why the Europe-wide outbreak appears to be so massive and dangerous, the agency said.

Apr 18
2011

China to boost integrated circuit sector (IC)

Posted by QIAO LAB in semiconductor , Phones , MIIT , integrated circuit , Innovation , IC , digital Appliances , CSIA , Computer , China

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China will boost the integrated circuit (IC) sector at a "state strategy" level over the next five years through 2015, Yang Xueshan, vice minister of industry and information technology has said.

China's IC sales will likely top 330 billion yuan ($50.54 billion) in 2015 and meet 27.5 percent of domestic demand, Yang told Xinhua Friday.

Mar 23
2011

China future: Growth quality not quantity

Posted by QIAO LAB in Social , Import , growth , Export , China

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Next five years should focus on new economic pattern based on balanced development of consumption, investment and exports

The average 7 percent growth target set by the Chinese government in the recently published 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015) demonstrates its determination to achieve normal and sustainable economic development after the previous pursuit of fast-track growth.

China has experienced a 10.48 percent growth rate year-on-year over the past decade, with its economic share in the world's total increasing to 8.5 percent in 2009 from 1.8 percent in 1978. The country replaced Japan to become the world's second largest economy in 2010, with its economic aggregate nearing 40 trillion yuan ($6.1 trillion).

Mar 17
2011

China acts as Japanese crisis 'out of control': Chinese Cabinet has suspended approval for new nuclear plants

Posted by QIAO LAB in Nuclear Energy , China

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CHINA is to suspend approvals for new nuclear plants and intensify safety checks on reactors in operation and under construction amid Japan's reactor crisis, the State Council said yesterday.

The decision signals a slowdown in the development of China's nuclear industry, which is the world's No. 1 in terms of capacity under construction.

China will accelerate drafting safety rules for its nuclear industry and adjust its mid and long-term development plans, according to a statement released after a State Council meeting chaired by Premier Wen Jiabao.

"We will suspend approval of nuclear power projects, including those already in the preliminary stage of development, until revised safety regulations are promulgated," the State Council said.

Existing plants will be inspected and those under construction will be reviewed under the "most advanced standards," the State Council said, noting that the "development of the nuclear industry must make safety the top priority."

"Any hazards must be thoroughly dealt with, and those that do not conform to safety standards must immediately cease construction," the statement said.

Armand Cao, Shanghai-based senior energy and power consultant at Frost & Sullivan, said this could delay China's nuclear plans by at least one to two years, and even longer if the Japanese crisis deteriorated.

China has 13 operational rectors which are located along the country's eastern and southern coasts, and is building at least 25 with the government fast-tracking approvals in the past two years in a bid to sustain economic growth and minimize pollution caused by coal-fired generation.

The nation wants at least 15 percent of its energy mix to come from non-fossil fuels, including nuclear, by 2020.

The State Council also required the country's environmental regulator, the National Nuclear Safety Administration, to step up monitoring of radioactive substances and issue alerts timely, the statement said.

The statement said all reactors in operation in China are safe and the country remains unaffected by radioactive leakages following explosions at Japan's Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant which was crippled by last Friday's 9.0-magnitude quake and ensuing tsunami.

The radioactive leakages won't affect public health in China since they are diluted by the air and sea, the statement said, citing experts.

Latest air monitoring results show that China remains unaffected by radioactive leaks following explosions at the Fukushima nuclear plant, the nuclear watchdog said yesterday.

The administration said that monitoring stations in 41 cities across the country had tested levels of radioactive material in the air and "nothing unusual had been discovered."

Sep 06
2010

E-Book or Not E-Book?? Demise of the printed word?

Posted by QIAO LAB in Stephen Luk , Publishing , Piracy , National Copyright Trade Center Office , Kindles , Joyo , IPR , Internet , General Administration of Press and Publication GA , Game , Founder Group , Ebook , China , Book , Apple iPads , Apabi , Amazon

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Forecast is not whether e-readers will replace books, but when?

One of the main topics of discussion at last week's 17th Beijing International Book Fair was not whether the printed book was dead - for some that was a given - but whether publishers might be about to die with it.