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From zero to 50 million bike shares in no time - No. 64

Designer bags sold on a chat app, a chemical company acquiring a game developer and from zero to 50 m
From zero to 50 million bike shares in no time - No. 64
By Xavier van Leeuwe • Issue #64 • View online
Designer bags sold on a chat app, a chemical company acquiring a game developer and from zero to 50 million bike shares in no time. Welcome to China.

Selling Luxury Hand Bags Via WeChat
I was impressed at Tencent headquarters in Shanghai two weeks ago. The fourth largest internet company in the world - and growing fast.
I was impressed at Tencent headquarters in Shanghai two weeks ago. The fourth largest internet company in the world - and growing fast.
Why Did a Chinese Chemical Company Pay $1 Billion for a Talking Cat?
Mr Lou (right) in Hangzhou turned from asset manager to games developer. We are standing in front of a calligraphy by his hand stating his life philosophy: don't worry :-)
Mr Lou (right) in Hangzhou turned from asset manager to games developer. We are standing in front of a calligraphy by his hand stating his life philosophy: don't worry :-)
Bicycles are eating the lunch of China’s dominant car-sharing app
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Xavier van Leeuwe

This newsletter is about passing on what I found compelling on customer experience, employee engagement or data. I wrote The Relationship Economy. My second book Mensenwerk is due April 2020. I work at mediahuis.nl. See more or subscribe at www.changemediaforgood.com.

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