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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).

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Wednesday, 16 January 2019
  • About QIAO LAB
  • Qiao Strategic Consulting
  • Qiao Next Brands
  • Qiao Next Digital
  • Qiao Next Seed
  • Qiao Lab Incubator
  • The Garage

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

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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 Digital

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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

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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 Incubator

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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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Qiao Lab Garage

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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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Dec 31
2012

Mobile Internet: Tencent turns to WeChat app to defend turf against Sina Weibo

Posted by Qiao LAB in Weibo , WeChat , Tencent , Social , Mobile , Internet , China , App

Qiao LAB

TENCENT turns to WeChat app to defend turf against Sina Weibo

Just two years ago next month, Tencent Holdings Ltd introduced a mobile instant-message application called WeChat. It already has 200 million users, including Lai Jingkui, a teacher in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, who uses the "Drift Bottle" function to find friends.

Dec 12
2012

SoLoMo: AutoNavi, Sina partner to integrate their location and social services

Posted by China Media LAB in Social , Sina , Mobile , Location , Internet , China , Autonavi

China Media LAB

AUTONAVI, China's largest mobile map service provider, and Sina Weibo plan to integrate their location and social services as both firms aim to tap their total user base of about half a billion users.

With 400 million users, Sina is likely to yield income from the location service through its popular twitter-like Weibo services in the long run. AutoNavi has 100 million users in the domestic market.

Oct 02
2012

Social: China top of the world for microblogs

Posted by China Media LAB in Web , Social , Microblog , Internet , China

China Media LAB

CHINA has the world's largest number of microbloggers, according to the latest report on the country's new media development.

The annual report, published by the Social Sciences Academic Press, quoted the China Internet Network Information Center as saying that about 274 million Chinese people had microblog accounts as of June this year.

Jul 23
2012

Chinese Post-90s 'kids' get down to business

Posted by Qiao LAB in Young , Web , University , Social , Mobile , Generation , China , 90's

Qiao LAB

THE first of the post-1990s, web-savvy generation - those "irresponsible kids" born in 1990 - are entering the workplace and they're being closely watched to see how they adjust to the real world. Li Anlan reports.

Graduation season concludes with a huge sigh of relief: There are memories of funny cap-and-gown photos, going on trips with friends, relaxing after years of pressure. For some, this summer also marks a huge transition in life - the beginning of a professional career.

Jul 09
2012

Internet: China’s Surprising Advantage Over the US

Posted by China Media LAB in Usa , Travel , Social , Mobile , Internet , Ecommerce

China Media LAB

China’s Internet industry suffers many disadvantages compared to the US. It is burdened by heavy regulation, underpowered data centers, and censorship, just to name a few. But one of its great advantages comes from a counterintuitive source: The country’s underdeveloped tech-commerce infrastructure. The implications are significant, and they are shaping China’s Internet landscape in a way that may ultimately be followed by the US.

In the US, Internet businesses have developed in an environment in which they must compete with already-mature industries that have long had good access to technology. That’s true of ecommerce businesses, for example, which have had to build on, against, or over established bricks-and-mortar networks of retail stores. It’s also true of the online travel industry, which has had to adapt to pre-existing technology systems tied to airlines, agency groups, and, more recently, early-Internet booking verticals such as Expedia and Orbitz.

Jun 07
2012

Mobile: Smartphones beat TV for 54% of Chinese users

Posted by Qiao LAB in tv , Social , Smartphone , Mobile , Internet , China

Qiao LAB

OVER half of Chinese smartphone owners would sooner give up TV than their mobile device, which represents a huge growth opportunity in the world's biggest phone market, according to a Google survey released yesterday.

In the survey, 54 percent of consumers preferred mobile devices than watching TV, said Google which developed Android, the world's most popular smartphone system.

Apr 29
2011

Internet: Baidu challenges rivals in battle of applications

Posted by Qiao LAB in Web , Social , Search Engine , Internet , China , Baidu , Applications

Qiao LAB

Baidu Apps

Baidu Inc, China's largest search engine by market share, is taking on Tencent Holdings Ltd and Sina Corp in a scramble to gather application developers worldwide by fully opening its platform and offering a sizeable fund package.

The search engine giant said on Wednesday that its application platform offers a low entry barrier, steady revenue and copyright protection for various developers, whether they are companies or individuals.

Mar 23
2011

China future: Growth quality not quantity

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

QIAO LAB

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).