May 30, 2015 by ...
Xiaomi is kinda’ selling to the USA and Europe. Not peddling phones, their bread and butter-IP theft lawsuit anyone?
1-It’s about Mi
May 29, 2015 • By Steve Mullins
Chinese device maker Xiaomi is coming to North America and Europe and will begin selling its wares in the US, the UK, Germany and France at the beginning of June via the Mi Store. Established smartphone vendors needn’t worry too much just yet, as the company will kick off with shelves stocked only with the Mi Band activity tracker, Mi headphones and the Mi Power Bank – so, no mobile phones or tablets.
This article cites Xiaomi but your humble author thinks it’s thesis to be very far off course
2-Learning lessons from Airbnb, GitHub, Xiaomi, Uber and Waze
LIVE FROM WEDO WORLDWIDE USER GROUP 2015: There are four ways in which large, established companies can learn from what have been termed “exponential organisations”, which use new organisational approaches and technology to have a disproportionate – and disruptive – impact on business, according to author and speaker Yuri van Geest.
Van Geest, who co-authored the book Exponential Organisations, highlighted how such companies – such as Airbnb, GitHub, Xiaomi, Uber and Waze, “use less resources and people, but have a deeper impact”, than what he described as “linear organisations”, which have more traditional structures and growth trajectories. “At first you don’t notice these startups, in the first two or three or four years. And then suddenly, boom, they disrupt you,” he said.
3-Top 6 Smartphones in India
The latest entrant in the Indian market is a reputed brand in China; its fame goes along with the smartphones sales figures.