Making the Future a Little More Evenly Distributed
Like any global company, Amazon has to think about the local. At Amazon’s re:Invent conference for their web services, we helped them organize a special China session to talk directly with Chinese clients and address their unique needs.
To see what a car is truly made of, it needs to be on the road, not in a showroom. Which is why we took a group of Tesla owners on a roadtrip like no other: across the roof of the world, from Qinghai to Lhasa, and livestreamed the journey.
When Google wanted to reach out to local app developers, we carried out a survey study and, based on the results, organized a five city tour across China that brought Google engineers face to face with more than 3000 impassioned developers.
VR is still in its infancy, and both companies and users face a steep learning curve in figuring out how to approach it. So when a company like Facebook experiments with how to create VR avatars, it needs more than just to make users aware of it; it takes more in-depth content, that can explain, demonstrate, and captivate.
Make Stuff Happen
“Content” shouldn’t be an empty word. We write substantive stories, compellingly told, to share with your existing and potential users who you are, what it is you do, and why it matters.
We help clients arrange everything from presentations to workshops, demos to hackathons, each event tailored to your specific needs and audience.
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The Big Picture, in Detail
In the midst of trade negotiations, East West Bank CEO Dominic Ng calls on both countries to strike a “new deal.”
The story of China's tech evolution, beyond the headlines