China’s Silicon Valley and 49 Asian Tech Stories You May Have Missed

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Last week, Zhongguancun, China’s Silicon Valley had its plan approved for major changes as it aims to boost its total revenue to $1.54 trillion by 2020. It’s yet another sign that China is […] Related posts: Facebook China Rumor and 40+ Asian Tech Stories You May Have Missed Update 2: Reuters reported that someone familiar with the subject… 20 Asian …

China’s Zhongguancun One Step Closer to Silicon Valley

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Last week posted about our recent visit to Zhongguancun while we were in Beijing. Commonly referred to as China’s Silicon Valley, this high tech area houses big name companies like Baidu, Sina, Tencent, […] Related posts: China could be the New Silicon Valley Every tech start-up wants to be in Silicon Valley. It’s… Beijing, the Best City to be China’s …

Urbanesia is a Social City Directory in Indonesia

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Urbanesia is a city directory start-up for Indonesians to find recommendations on what to do and where to go in Jakarta. In Urbanesia, you can expect to find complete lists of “things-to-do” and […] Related posts: How City Harvest uses QR Codes for Social Good Today, everyone is leveraging technology to his or her advantage…. Indonesia Is A Huge Social …

Blogs matter in the Start-up World

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We have discussed this multiple times. To build the next “silicon valley”, we need to have different components coming together: lawyers, accountants, risk takers, culture, tech infrastructure, mentors, and investors. Something is missing […] Related posts: You and Meme: Why Memes matter In its original definition, a meme (pronounced meam; rhymes with… Blogs and Purchase Decisions [CHARTS] Print advertisements and …

9 Killer Tips for Location-Based Marketing

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Social networking has finally become something valuable for brick-and-mortar businesses. Smartphones and location-based social networks allow users to interact, share, meet up, and recommend places based on their physical coordinates. This real-world connection to social media can mean more foot traffic and profits for business owners. So-called “lo-so” networks like Foursquare, Loopt, and Gowalla enable any business with a physical …