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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

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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.

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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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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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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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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 15
2011

Japan Quake suspends firms' output of chips

Posted by Qiao LAB in Toshiba , Sony , Sharp , Nikon , Japan , Ipad , Earthquake , Computer , Chip , Apple

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Japan Chip Quake

CONSUMERS in China have to pay more or wait longer to get their electronic gadgets after the earthquake in Japan last Friday forced several firms to halt production of key components, industry officials said yesterday.

The magnitude-9 quake caused output to stop at many Japanese-based firms, including Toshiba, Nikon, Sony and Sharp, which play key roles in the global electronics industry chain, industry insiders said. The quake has also lifted prices of memory chips.

"The chip plant production will continue to be suspended due to lack of power and (poor) logistical conditions. Therefore, it will cause a supply shortage of memory chips and push prices higher," said Gu Wenjun, an analyst at iSuppli, a United States-based research firm.

The memory chips are used in electronic devices, including smartphones and tablet computers like the iPad, and chip production requires exacting standards of power consumption and clean air conditions. The cut in power supply and poor logistical conditions following the quake will stay for some time, industry watchers said.

Toshiba, the world's No. 2 flash memory chip maker, accounts for more than one-third of the world's memory chip market. By the end of the first quarter of 2010, Toshiba held 33.8 percent of the global flash memory market, second only to Samsung's 38.5 percent, according to iSuppli. Toshiba is also a major chip supplier for Apple's iPad.

Apple, which released the iPad 2 in the US last Friday, said the device will be delivered three to four weeks later than expected, its online store indicated on Sunday.

Feb 27
2011

Dell to open 1,000 stores in China

Posted by China Media LAB in Pc , Dell , Computer , China

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dell open 1000 stores in chinaThe US computer maker Dell Inc said on Thursday that it will aggressively expand its sales and after-sales service network in China this year as part of its efforts to tap the local market, where domestic player Lenovo Group dominates.

Michael Yang, president of Dell's operations on the Chinese mainland, said in an interview that the world's third-largest PC maker by market share will establish more than 1,000 new retail stores for commercial customers and also double the company's after-sales service sites in China this year.

"Although China's PC market has slowed down since last year, computer demand is still robust," Yang said on Thursday.

Nov 18
2010

Mainland's huge bite of global chip sector

Posted by Qiao LAB in semiconductor , Mobile , High-Tech , Computer , Chip , China

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China Semiconductor ChipTHE Chinese mainland now accounts for 41 percent of global semiconductor consumption market, an increase of 3 percentage points from the previous year, thanks to its increasing share of the global production of electronic devices such as mobile phones and computers, PricewaterhouseCoopers said in a research note yesterday.

"The domestic market continued to outperform the rest of the world and expand its footprint in the global semiconductor market place," Raman Chitkara, PwC's global technology industry leader, said in the note.

By the end of 2009, the mainland was the No. 1 consumer of semiconductors as it accounted for 41 percent of global semiconductor consumption. It also accounted for 50 percent of global semiconductor initial public offerings and employed 25 percent of the total global semiconductor workforce.

Oct 05
2010

Un "cervello in fuga" Italiano crea il primo chip per computer quantistici

Posted by Qiao LAB in Quantistico , Peruzzo , Computer , Chip , Alberto

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Alberto Peruzzo, 32 anni, ha presentato la sua ricerca su "Science". Veneziano di nascita, si è laureato a Padova. Ora lavora nel Centro di Fotonica Quantistica dell'università di Bristol. Il suo "chip" potrebbe dimezzare i tempi per arrivare a costruire "computer quantistici"

E' stata condotta da un italiano in Gran Bretagna la ricerca internazionale che ha realizzato il primo chip del futuro, descritto sulla rivista Science. Un risultato che secondo gli esperti potrebbe più che dimezzare (da 25 a 10 anni) i tempi per trasformare in realtà i potenti e velocissimi computer quantistici. Nato a Venezia e laureato a Padova, Alberto Peruzzo ha 32 anni e lavora nel Centro di Fotonica Quantistica dell'università di Bristol.

"E' affascinante l'idea che i futuri computer quantistici permetteranno di simulare quello che avviene in una molecola o in una reazione chimica'', ha detto Peruzzo. ''Queste simulazioni - ha aggiunto - oggi sono difficili anche per supercomputer''. Si annuncia, cioè, un cambiamento dalla portata rivoluzionaria che, ormai in un periodo non più lunghissimo, potrebbe avere ripercussioni importanti su molti campi della ricerca, dalla comprensione di processi come fotosintesi e superconduttività. Tra le ricadute che fin da ora è possibile immaginare: una nuova generazione di celle solari, futuristici materiali high-tech e sintesi di nuovi farmaci.

Sep 18
2010

Shanghai to be Dell R&D hub in China

Posted by Qiao LAB in Xiamen , Technology , Shanghai , R&D , Pc , Innovation , HP , Dell , Dalian , Computer , Chongqing , China , Chengdu

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Dell ChinaDELL Inc yesterday said Shanghai will become its sole research and development center in China, the second-biggest market for the United States-based personal computer giant.
Its Shanghai-based research center, which employs more than 1,000 employees, is Dell's No. 2 research center in the world after the US, according to Amit Midha, president of Dell China.

"Shanghai is the center of research (for Dell China), and it won't change," Midha said in Shanghai yesterday.

He added that Dell will increase investment and continue to develop the local center to meet the growing Chinese and Asian markets.

Aug 23
2010

China High-tech farming

Posted by Qiao LAB in Production , Innovazion , High Tech , Farming , Computer , Agriculture

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A worker takes notes while observing vegetables at a computer-controlled greenhouse-type factory in Beijing. With a floor space of 1,289 square meters, the factory has begun to supply high-quality vegetables, fruits and flower seedlings to domestic growers.

The largest of its kind in China, the Jingpeng Plant Factory is a key scientific program of the municipal government.

It has floor space of 1,289 square meters and is located in the Tongzhou District in the east of the city.

Aug 20
2010

Chinese Blue paper: urges independent technology

Posted by Qiao LAB in Technology , software , Pc , Notebook , Internet , Computer , Chip , China

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A blue paper on China's information-based development published on Thursday warned that lack of independent core technology is likely to hinder the country's info tech drive.

According to the blue paper, titled "Analysis and Forecast on China's Informatization (2010)," more than 90 percent of personal computers' CPUs and basic software in the country were imported.

"This condition is inevitable during our country's process of reform and opening-up, but as the country goes deeper in informatization, it's bad for sustainable development," the paper warned.

The blue book was published by the Social Sciences Academic Press under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.