Tag Archives: R&D

SMEs in China: New Opportunities and Old Challenges

The European Chamber has long advocated for the interests of European SMEs in China. In the EU they are important sources of employment – over the past five years, SMEs have created around 85 per cent of new jobs and provided two-thirds of total private…

The pitfalls of employee-created IP

Preventing unnecessary losses from R&D activities in China

Keep it simple, stupid: how the digital revolution will redefine business

What’s the biggest impediment to business these days? Lack of capital? Skill shortages? Overcapacity? Regulation?

350 years of innovation: the secret of Merck’s success

Innovation and entrepreneurship have become the key driving forces of China’s supply-side reform.

The Executive Interview: Clas Neumann

Clas Neumann has been involved in SAP’s China business since 1995, when SAP created their first subsidiary in Beijing, a 100 per cent owned branch of SAP AG in Germany located within Tsinghua University’s campus.

More for less: investing in innovation for China’s sustainable growth

In the wake of the global economic crisis, dwindling natural resources and ever-increasing needs of a growing population we face a stark question

The Executive Interview: She Duanzhi, Vice President, Head of Public Affairs Greater China, Philips

She Duanzhi presented at the EU-China Business Summit on the subject ‘Investment in Society’. He spoke to EURObiz about what this means to Philips as well as the strategic importance of China as an R&D centre. Philips’ healthcare products were being used in China more…

Build your IPR portfolio

An important component of your business strategy in China should be the management of intellectual property (IP) portfolios.

Research and Development

In this first of a two-part study, the China IPR SME Helpdesk explores research and development (R&D) in relation to developing your R&D strategy

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How Animal Feed Affects Our Food

The feed consumed by livestock ultimately has a profound effect on the food that ends up on our tables, whether it is meat, eggs, milk or other dairy products.