Posts Tagged ‘consumer’

Managing China’s Elderly. As Easy as 90-7-3

Thursday, May 24, 2012 1:52 3 Comments

Dan’s article Elder Care In China, American Style over at China Law Blog a few week ago reminded me of some research I was working on last year where we were looking to understand the size of the problem, the expectations of China’s elderly (lifestyle, healthcare, family, etc), what were the solutions on/ coming to […]

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Luxury in China. Not Worth Traveling For?

Sunday, January 29, 2012 18:32 3 Comments

One of the most spoken of markets in China is that of luxury. China is the #1 buyer all things luxury right now, and every day I pass by Shanghai’s Lambo store, and see two new colors in the window, confirms that. LV has three flagship stores in Shanghai.. as does Apple.. as does Ferrari. […]

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Can Hipster Youth Reinvigorate Bike Culture in China?

Friday, January 22, 2010 1:42 5 Comments

Guest Post from John Solomon, Director of enoVate The¬†fixed gear bike movement has hit the streets of China. Just three years ago, you could count the number of fixed gear bikes here on your fingers (and maybe toes). But spend an afternoon strolling Shanghai’s French Concession, and your sure to see various youth — Chinese […]

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