martedì 23 settembre 2008
Has opened in Beijing the biggest italian food center - Piazza Italia porta la distribuzione del food made in Italy in Cina
sabato 13 settembre 2008
How about the partecipation of european companies to 100% Tokyo Design 2007 edition?
When we talk about production and research on design field almostly we think about Italy and the reference of important events or exhibitions like Salone del Mobile is so immediate that often we end to forget other opportunities are taking place on international scene, developed to promote newest design trends and solutions.
That's it for 100% Tokyo Design, probably too young event to be held one of the most important exhibitions about design field. But we should consider that companies operating on fresh design markets like Spain or Netherlands had taken part to 2007 edition with high belief and over passed italian brands or studios about presence at the event.
A show of trust into japanese interest for european design that probably it'll be rewarded in terms of business communication and mutual cooperation. That's why our information activity usually focus its attention on events that italian companies or designers usually don't care.
Asian Studies Group, as multidisciplinary association focused on consulting, business mediation and professional education and training programs on eastern asia countries, will be present at the event with professional staff and is promoting its support to manage a business mission in Japan.
In this way we'd want to help italian or european companies operating on design field to intensify their communication and products presentation with potential japanese partners.
For further information and free consultation, please feel free to contact us.
ASIAN STUDIES GROUP,
multidisciplinary association focused on training and business projects for Eastern Asia - China & Japan.
Main office in Milan, Branch in Rome - Italy
Support Desk in Shanghai - China and Tokyo - Japan
On the following the show profile and the link to access the exhibitor list 2007
giovedì 11 settembre 2008
Good opportunities on Asian markets for Italian Shoes - Aspettando MICAM, ottime opportunità per l'export di scarpe italiane in Asia
lunedì 8 settembre 2008
martedì 2 settembre 2008
New opportunities on design field: Autodesk promote in China community of designers developed for high level projects
China’s desire to give its home-grown design and engineering students the skills to compete in the global market received a boost in March, when Autodesk launched a student design community for the country.
The design innovation technology company has created a web portal in co-operation with the ministry of education that offers students from several of China’s universities free downloads of the latest digital design tools for specialities related to architecture, building and mechanical engineering.
The initiative is part of Autodesk’s overall education strategy to train a new generation of skilled graduates who can meet the employment needs of China’s fast-diversifying economy.
Three years ago, the group set up a Center of Excellence computer laboratory with cutting-edge design technologies in collaboration with leading Chinese universities to develop a multidisciplinary curriculum customised to student needs.
Currently, Tsinghua University, Tongji University, Harbin Institute of Technology, South China University of Technology (SCUT) and Shanghai Jiao Tong University benefit from this project.
As public and private sector organisations in China increasingly recognise the opportunity the global design industry offers the local economy, China’s universities are realising the importance of partnering with global leaders such as Autodesk.
The industry ventures are in line with a recent government campaign to focus on “independent innovation”. The goal is to move away from “Made in China” to “Designed in China”, by creating value-added, home-grown products, services and technologies.
SHANGHAI: Made in China imperante su ogni settore produttivo e commerciale? Forse sì o forse non più. L'atmosfera energica post olimpiadi sicuramente ben si sposa con la ferma intenzione del governo di Pechino nel fare del proprio Paese non solo centro di produzione ma anche di progettazione. E quale biglietto da visita migliore e avvincente se non quello del design? L'opportunità è offerta da Autodesk, azienda leader e le università e il ministero dell'istruzione colgono la partnership al volo.
La percezione comune diffusasi nell'ultimo ventennio a macchia d'olio sul panorama commerciale internazionale richiama al protagonismo del made in china su ogni settore.