CKGSB Knowledge - China Business and Economy

Data. Smart. Sharing.

Forget e-commerce. In today’s China, the smartest businesses are moving the digital revolution into the offline world as the boundaries between online and offline become increasingly blurred.

The integration of information technology into our daily lives is allowing companies to apply advanced big data techniques to transform a range of industries previously considered relatively impervious to digital disruption. For businesses across nearly every sector, the key to future success now lies in three areas: data, smart systems and the sharing economy.

This phenomenon was clearly visible in 2017, with many companies applying these three concepts to achieve new efficiencies and upgrade their business models. This led to the emergence of some interesting new trends.

Rise of

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