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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.

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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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Wednesday, 16 January 2019
  • About QIAO LAB
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About QIAO LAB

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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 Strategic 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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Our Mission? - "Assemble" companies for Chinese market. - "Accelerate" companies on  Chinese market. - Incubating Chinese subsidiaries of high tech startups. Through combined use of infrastructures and solutions by Qiao Lab INCUBATOR (start-ups, platforms, services, etc. ..), install the best solutions into the selected companies to enable them to compete on China market. A "pit stop" under the supervision of the Qiao LAB Business Tutors which will provide the...

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Aug 07
2010

Algae menace to be savior of China's fabric industry

Posted by Qiao LAB in silk , petroleum-based synthetic fibers , Industry , cotton , China , Chimical Fiber , alginate fiber , Algae menace

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Those algal blooms that have blotted waterscapes around China and almost sabotaged the 2008 Olympics may soon have a useful purpose -- fibers for high-tech fabrics.

A Chinese company is aiming to mass produce the fabrics that could be used in protective clothing worn by firefighters and medical personnel as early as next year, a company spokesperson said Friday.

Aug 06
2010

Tudou.com secures $50 million in fresh funding

Posted by Qiao LAB in Video , Tudou , China

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Chinese video portal Tudou.com announced Thursday that it raised $50 million in venture capital to expand its advertising-supported web platforms, develop technologies for videos on mobile devices and create original "made-for-Internet" content.

The series E funding includes $35 million from Temasek Holdings Pte., a Singapore-based sovereign wealth fund that also has invested in Bank of China Ltd., and China Construction Bank Corp. An additional $15 million came from previous investors, including IDG China, KTB Ventures and Granite Global Ventures.

Aug 05
2010

Chint Group to invest in Gansu solar power 1 gigawatt (gW) projects

Posted by Qiao LAB in Solar Plant , Lanzhou , Green Economy , Gansu provincial , Dunhuang , Chint Group Corp , Chinese Wind Energy Association , China

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Power equipment manufacturer Chint Group Corp said it will invest 22 billion yuan ($3.25 billion) to build two solar power projects in Gansu province to expand its portfolio in new energy sectors.

Zhejiang-based Chint has signed an agreement with Gansu provincial government to build a solar power plant in Lanzhou with capacity of 1 gigawatt (gW) and a solar module manufacturing venture in the city with initial manufacturing capacity of 200 megawatt (mW), said a company statement.

Aug 05
2010

First multi-functional amphibious aircraft totally made in China

Posted by Qiao LAB in Shijiazhuang , Seagull , intellectual property rights , Hebei , China , amphibious aircraft

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The first Seagull 300 light multi-functional amphibious aircraft rolls off the final assembly line in Shijiazhuang, capital of north China's Hebei Province.

The Seagull 300 is the first of its kind in China to have independent intellectual property rights . The plane, which can be used for multiple purposes such as business travel and first aid, is planned to carry out its maiden flight in late August.

Aug 04
2010

Peasant inventor working on new 'miracle machine'

Posted by Qiao LAB in Submarine , Peasant inventor , Expo , China , Beijing

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Nearly a year after Tao Xiangli gained international reputation for his homemade submarine, the self-taught inventor still lives in a tiny room in a hutong in Beijing.

But he has a new ambition: Another invention, which is expected to see the light of day by next month.

Outside his room, situated in a narrow lane cluttered with clotheslines, plants and garbage, is where Tao began building the 6-meter subaqueous in 2009 out of old barrels, pipes and other used construction materials he found at various markets around the city.

Once complete, he trucked the submarine to a lake on the outskirts of the capital, put it in the water, and hoped it would work.

It did, actually.

And shortly after, videos of Tao floating around in the apparatus appeared online, as local and international media pounced on the story. Suddenly, Tao had become a national celebrity, joining the list of a number of other wacky Chinese inventors, who spend their lives building everything from flying machines to Mandarin-speaking robots.

The submarine was sold to Expo 2010 Shanghai, and was displayed in a recent exhibition dedicated to China's "peasant inventors".

Aug 01
2010

eBooks still some way away from students

Posted by Qiao LAB in School , Market , Green Economy , Ebooks , China

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While eBooks lighten the load of backpacks and save trees, they still need some adjustments before becoming replacements for paper textbooks.

Twelve-year-old Tang Yin is one of the earliest students to test a digital textbook in China. The boy said he was a little disappointed when he received the monochromatic flat device in April this year, because he thought it should be a "super cool" laptop. But Tang still cherishes his new equipment like "protecting my eye," said the fifth grader. After all, not every student has the opportunity to use the eBook, which is worth 2,000 yuan ($294), he said.


Jul 24
2010

User-generated content online now 50.7% of total

Posted by Qiao LAB in Web 2.0 , User Generated online content , Social Networking , DCCI , China

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For the first time in history, Chinese Internet users have produced more content than professional websites.

Hu Yanping, of the Data Center of China Internet (DCCI), said the era of Web 2.0 has officially overtaken Web 1.0 as the amount of content generated by personal users on blogs, online forums, social networking sites (SNS) and question answers exceeded the amount contributed by professional organizations in news, search engines and e-commerce.

In the first half of this year, the content produced by Chinese Internet users accounted for 50.7 percent of the total, and content produced by professional websites accounted for 49.3 percent, according to statistics released by the Beijing-based DCCI on Thursday.

In the first six months, page views (PV) of SNS accounted for 50.1 percent of the total page views of all Web applications and services, according to statistics from DCCI. Page views of information providers kept decreasing to 8.8 percent of the total, the report said.

Also, Internet users lingered longer on video sites and SNS for entertainment than reading news or seeking information.

The Internet monitoring and research company also predicted that China's Internet population will reach 469 million by the end of 2010, accounting for 35 percent of China's total population, and the number will hit 718 million by 2013, accounting for 52.7 percent of the total.

Jul 23
2010

China makes critical nuclear progress

Posted by Qiao LAB in Nucler , Fourth-Generation reactors , China

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China's endeavor to increase the use of clean energy got a big boost on Wednesday after an experimental fast reactor using the mostly homegrown fourth-generation nuclear technology reached the critical state.

Fast reactors that run on the fourth-generation technology differ from others in that they are able to utilize the fuel in a more optimal way so as to reduce the overall energy costs significantly.

Jul 22
2010

Cloud computing to be core technology for triple-network project

Posted by Qiao LAB in Triple Network , SARFT , NGB , Internet , Cloud Computing , China

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Cloud computing is set to be the core technology for the country's Next-Generation Broadcasting (NGB) networks as well as in the convergence of the country's telecommunications, Internet and broadcasting industries, Economic Information Daily reported Friday, citing a government official.

Sun Chuan, deputy head of the technology department of the State Administration of Radio, Film and Television (SARFT), made the remark at a recent seminar on cloud computing, the paper said.

Xie Jinhui, vice director of the Academy of Broadcasting Planning of the SARFT, said the triple-network project and the NGB networks are aimed at providing users with more diversified and convenient services.

Cloud computing technology can significantly reduce expenditure on data storage, computing and analysis because companies don't need to have expertise in or control over the "cloud" or a complex technology infrastructure. They can avoid costs on hardware, software, and services when they pay a third-party provider for only what they use.

Jul 21
2010

'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
2010

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.

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