Roundtable discussions - increasing informal communication with your customers will help protect your IP
Tudor Brown, ex-President & Co-Founder of Arm, talked to Ting Zhang, Founder & CEO of Crayfish.io about balancing IP protection with risk-taking and relationship-building when doing business in China.
What has the growth been like in China’s semiconductor sector? And where will the new billions of investment go? At the recent Crayfish China Semiconductor Roundtable, Ting Zhang, Founder & CEO of Crayfish.io took the audience through the key figures and trends.
On the eve of the Chinese New Year - the Year of the Tiger -Ting Zhang, founder and CEO of Crayfish.io, provides updates on the Chinese economy and reveals some valuable insights for businesses on how to kickstart or re-engage with China.
An online event next month organised by Crayfish.io is designed to help British/European businesses keen to restart business with the fast-growing Asia-Pacific markets post Covid 2021 and beyond. What are the key aspects of their economy, trade, investment and tech trends that you need to know? And how can you best prepare for them?
Like video communication, the digital services platform economy didn’t start with the pandemic. But in the post Covid landscape, digital technologies have changed how we do business. So, what forces are driving the shift in how companies buy business services online? And what does this change look like?
Crayfish.io is inviting SMEs in the East of England to a six-week accelerator programme starting next week (15th June) to help them to integrate green factors into their USP for investment.
Crayfish.io CEO Ting Zhang recently provided fresh Q1 data for the Chinese economy and shared insights developed from working with clients, Chinese investors and sector specialists over the past year, suggesting that a “PPE” approach can be applied when entering China.
Crayfish.io's webinar series 'China - let's talk business' continues this week with a session focused on the intellectual property protections in China for busineses entering this market.
"We have just celebrated the 4th anniversary of Crayfish’s incorporation," writes Ting Zhang, Founder & CEO.
Crayfish.io Founder and CEO Ting Zhang will chair a panel this week at the latest instalment of the UK-China Tech Forum, hosted by TechUK, CBBC and in partnership with the Department of International Trade (DIT).
As someone who has worked passionately at the forefront of UK-China international business, trade and investment for the last 25-plus years, I have been deeply upset by the seemingly overnight deterioration in UK-China relations following the UK’s decision to ban Huawei’s 5G equipment.
As a result of Covid-19, the need to optimise the global supply chain is more urgent than ever. But for businesses that consider China a critical part of their supply chain, the big question is not whether the change should happen now, but how. Ting Zhang, CEO & Founder of Crayfish.io, discusses the issues.
As China battles with coronavirus and news headlines around the world report the latest numbers of confirmed cases and deaths, all Western businesses with China exposure are facing uncertainties and, in some cases, an immediate loss of revenue.
This year, UK trade with China (goods and services) was expected to exceed £100 billion for the very first time. That is, until the Coronavirus hit.
Shenzhen-based DB Investment Management Ltd (DBI) has joined the Crayfish.io Accelerator as its second Anchor Investor, opening up further opportunities for UK and European semiconductor and IoT companies to join the programme and get ‘China-ready’.
A ground-breaking initiative with a £500k investment fund dedicated to helping UK businesses get ‘China-ready’ has been launched in Cambridge by global online platform, Crayfish.io.
The next webinar in the popular series by China business experts Crayfish.io - next Tuesday (18th June) - focuses on E-commerce in China.
The latest webinar in the popular series by China trade experts Crayfish.io takes place next Tuesday 11th June, exploring ways for Western businesses to build relationships with their Chinese counterparts.
The next webinar in the popular series run by Cambridge-based China trade experts Crayfish.io - which takes place next Tuesday 4th June (9:30 AM - 10:15 AM BST) looks at the important decision companies need to make about where to locate in China.
A new service from Cambridge-based Crayfish.io aims to help match UK businesses with talented Chinese speaking interns.
The next event in the popular Crayfish.io webinar series - entitled 'Setting up a business in China' - takes place next Wednesday (27th March) from 9:30am to 10:15am GMT.
The Chinese market can be very lucrative if you have the right product with the right pricing and you enter at the right time. But even then, the sales may not happen naturally – you will need to commit resources to develop the pipeline and convert inquiries to sales. You also need to know that your distributor or partner is working with you.
The next webinar in the popular series from Crayfish.io, shedding light on doing business with China, focuses on digital marketing in China.
Seasoned IP experts from China will speak about the latest trends in Chinese IP & Trademark law - and the implications for Western businesses- at a webinar hosted by Crayfish.io next Tuesday (5th March, 9:30am to 10:15am GMT).
If you are keen to enter the Chinese market - or want to grow your business in China - you cannot afford to miss a new series of informative fortnightly webinars from Cambridge-based Chinese experts Crayfish.io.