The End of Copycat China. The Rise of Creativity, Innovation, and Individualism in Asia

  • ID: 2882872
  • Book
  • Region: Asia, China
  • 256 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for THE END OF COPYCAT CHINA

"A very interesting look at the exciting rise of innovation in China."
Marc Andreesen, Cofounder, Andreesen Horowitz and Cofounder, Netscape Communications

"China is undergoing the most important transformation in its history and Rein provides the road map to understanding how the techies, the entrepreneurs, the venture capitalists, the dreamers, and the tinkerers are driving that change. Decisions are no longer driven by cost–constrained manufacturing but increasingly by cutting–edge innovation. How China is moving, in fits and starts, up the value chain to creativity is the important message of this book, one of the core business messages of the twenty–first century."
Ambassador Frank Lavin, Chairman, Export Now, Former U.S. Undersecretary of Commerce for International Trade

"Once again, Shaun Rein provides fresh insight. At a time when people are preoccupied with challenges, Shaun sees future opportunities from a unique perspective."
Tim Dattels, Managing Partner, TPG Capital Asia

"Rein gives an insightful guide to the forces driving the maturation of China′s economy as it transitions from one based on emulation and adaptation to being propelled by innovation. As an expert on consumer behavior he also provides a useful analysis of how the country′s spending classes are maturing alongside its industry, and the opportunities that this implies for businesses operating in China."
John Quelch, Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, and Former Dean of CEIBS and London Business School

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PROLOGUE IX

Chapter 1 The Innovation Curve Stage 1: Copycat Companies and Low–Hanging Fruit 1

Chapter 2 The Innovation Curve Stage 2: Emerging Innovation 19

Jenny Lee, Managing Partner of GGV in Shanghai 40

Chapter 3 The Innovation Curve Stage 2 Continued: Innovation for China, Biotechnology, and Health Care 47

Brett Tucker, Managing Partner, Baird Private Equity China 59

Chapter 4 The Innovation Curve Stage 3: Innovation for the World 67

S. Y. Lau, President of Online Media Group, Senior Executive Vice President, Tencent 81

Chapter 5 The Beijing Cough: January 2013 87

Peggy Liu, Chair of JUCCCE 98

Chapter 6 The End of Bling 107

Gareth Incledon, Managing Director, HUGO BOSS China 118

Chapter 7 China s Expanding Consumer Class 131

Richard Liu, Founder and CEO of JD.com 151

Chapter 8 Seeing the World 159

Fritz Demopoulos, Cofounder of Qunar.com 171

Chapter 9 Food Safety: From Chicken to Coffee 179

Steve Liang, Founder of Fields China 192

Chapter 10 The Search for the Next China 201

EPILOGUE 219

NOTES 223

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 227

INDEX 229

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SHAUN REIN is the founder and managing director of the China Market Research Group (CMR), the world′s leading strategic market intelligence firm that advises leading international and Chinese companies, private equity firms, and hedge funds about profiting from China′s rise. Rein is the author of the international bestseller, The End of Cheap China, and his work is often featured in The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and The Financial Times. He frequently appears on MSNBC, CNBC, Bloomberg, BBC, and CNN. He formerly taught executive education classes for the London Business School. He graduated from Harvard University with a master′s degree focused on China′s economy.

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