Asia Now Find out what's really going on in Asia – with insights from our specialists on the ground. Filter by: Automotive & Mobility Consumer & Ecommerce Digital Media & Adtech Electronics & Embedded Software Energy & Environment General Industrial & Materials Intellectual Property Medtech & Life Sciences Software & Cloud Telecoms & Networks Search: Go Blog 12 January 2021 Tommy ShiekmanEast Asia – a thriving robotics market Blog 01 December 2020 Our founder in the hot seat Blog 25 November 2020 James LawsonA 30-year retrospective Thirty years ago, the economics of East Asia were completely different. Japan – the world’s second largest economy – was in meltdown after the collapse of the stock market. The Chinese economy, in contrast, was in take-off mode, but fraught with danger for any over-enthusiastic foreign investor. Korea was known for shipbuilding and its dangerous neighbour but, as the 27th largest economy, was not on the radar of many business leaders. Blog 13 October 2020 Michal WaszkiewiczHow COVID is shaping Asia’s adtech landscape Like many industries, the ad business has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic as landmark events got cancelled and budgets slashed. But the space has also been quick in finding creative workarounds, such as putting more emphasis on video and digital channels than on events, and on geographies that are on the road to recovery – Japan and Korea, for instance... Blog 12 October 2020 Gregory SutchWorking with international startups: how to pick the winners (and avoid the losers) We often get asked by corporates looking to collaborate with or invest in overseas startups/scaleups how they can maximise their chances of picking the winners (and avoiding the losers) and how to mitigate the risks. For example, is there some sort of checklist? Blog 06 October 2020 Gregory SutchInnovating in the COVID-19 era Intralink CEO Gregory Sutch explains why and how companies should continue to innovate in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and international travel restrictions. Blog 28 September 2020 Guillaume WeillKorean smart cities & factories emerge through the clouds The country has always been a leader in mobile and telecommunications, and Samsung has long been a dominant force in handsets and base stations. And, with fully up-and-running IoT networks (LoRa, NB-IoT, Sigfox, LTE-M) and the first global 5G network launched in April 2019, you’d think Korea’s cloud infrastructure would be ready to process the torrent of data produced by millions of interconnected devices. Blog 17 September 2020 Jason WhangSouth Korea’s rapid rise as a market for IP services As a member of the IP5, South Korea should be considered a strategically significant market for international IP service providers looking to grow their businesses. Korean companies are increasingly spending more and more on R&D, and with this comes an increase in the number of patents filed – and the need for specialist support. Pagination Go to page 1 Go to page 2 Go to page 3 Go to page 4 Go to page 5 Go to Next page Sign up For our news and blog posts Newsletter signup First name Surname Email Your personal data is safe with us. See our Privacy Notice.