In The Country That Drinks Nearly 25% Of The World's Beer, One Craft Beer Rises

By K.S. Anthony |
29 June, 2017

For over 13 years China has consumed nearly a quarter of the world's beer. In 2015, the Chinese consumed an estimated 43,266 kiloliters – over 11 million gallons – of .

Alibaba's Jack Ma Says Future Is Artificial Intelligence, Small Business... And World War III

By K.S. Anthony |
22 June, 2017

Alibaba founder and billionaire Jack Ma spoke with CNBC at the Gateway '17 Conference in Detroit and he had some interesting – and alarming – predictions for the next .

A New Start-Up Trend In Chinese Apps Is Raising Hundreds Of Millions: But For How Long?

By K.S. Anthony |
20 June, 2017

Over the last decade, the most popular mobile apps in China have been for messaging, web browsing, and video: a testament to practicality and connectedness. WeChat – .

Big Opportunities, Changes, and Risks for Global Entertainment

By Julie Anglin |
19 April, 2017

A lot has happened over the last year in terms of elections and the trade landscape. What should matter most to movie studios and the global content industry in .

How Can You Evolve to Meet the Demands of China?

By Frank Lavin |
19 April, 2017

There’s a perception that the international environment is more hostile and unpredictable than  in the past, but the opposite may actually be true. What is your .

As Tensions Grow, Businesses Face a Challenge in China

By Jeremy Goldkorn |
19 April, 2017

“We’ve seen much stronger repression of civil society movements and the media.” 2016 was a huge year for the United States in many places in the world. What was .

The Pizza Press Franchise Faces Global Challenges

By Antony McGregor Dey |
07 September, 2016

    GetGlobal Conference 2016 – Dara Maleki With over 25 locations, Dara’s Maleki, founder and CEO of The Pizza Press, is already looking globally – specifically, .

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