China’s digital market has attracted some of the West’s smartest companies – Uber, Airbnb, Amazon and eBay, among others – only to leave them sidelined while Chinese players have grown at mind-boggling rates. In this concise and authoritative report published in MIT Sloan Management Review, a team from the Boston Consulting Group explains why Chinese giants like Alipay, Didi and Tujia.com have bested their Western counterparts. The authors outline four imperatives for non-Chinese companies seeking to participate in the exploding Chinese digital market.
About the Authors
Shu Li is a partner in the Beijing office of the Boston Consulting Group (BCG). François Candelon is a senior partner in BCG’s Shanghai office. Martin Reeves is a senior partner in BCG’s New York City office and global leader of the BCG Henderson Institute.
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