Media Check out all the latest news, blogs and reports from Intralink. Latest News View all News 08 October 2019 Korean market intelligence reports now available News 13 August 2019 Samsung deal for German IP intelligence company News 17 July 2019 £8M deal for Ceres Power to pioneer fuel cell power in Korea We’re proud to have enabled British clean energy specialist Ceres Power to sign a major partnership this week — with South Korean fuel cell energy giant Doosan Corporation. News 27 June 2019 ‘Emotion AI’ firm hires us in $12M push into Asia Realeyes — an innovative ‘emotion AI’ firm — has appointed us to expand its business into Japan, as part of a $12.4 million investment programme revealed earlier this month. News 23 May 2019 Intralink one of only 13 in USA to win Presidential Award We’re proud to be one of only 13 companies across the USA to be presented with a President’s E Award for Export Service today. Our award is based on our track record of enabling North American companies to expand in East Asia. Latest Blog Posts View all Blog 12 September 2019 Daniel KollarWhat’s in store for a post-Jack Alibaba? Blog 20 August 2019 Celine ChangChina’s ‘Water Ten Plan’ means big opportunities for wastewater tech firms Blog 31 July 2019 Tommy ShiekmanThe CASE for Asia’s automotive tech market – and how to crack it! East Asia represents immense opportunities for tech scale-ups targeting the automotive sector, but at the same time comes with considerable complexities. Blog 07 June 2019 Micah HostetterOpportunities in China’s fast-growing environmental tech sector Micah Hostetter from our Energy & Environment Group has just had an article published in Open Access Government on China’s acute pollution problems and its environmental sector, which is growing at a lightning pace to address them. Blog 23 May 2019 Stewart RandallThe Huawei predicament: a problem for China and opportunity for others? So, here we are again! Last year ZTE; this year Huawei. Exactly how much trouble is the company in? What are its – and the Chinese government’s – options from here? And could there be big opportunities for European and Asian tech firms to step in to fill the void of banned US technologies? 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.