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GoingEast.Asia Web Survey

Open Web Asia is a new organization founded by Gang Lu, publisher of Mobinode. Today they are bringing together some of the leading western players in China, Asia, Europe and the US to talk about web trends in Asia, and especially the trend for US and European companies to come to Asia. The venue for this event is in Korea, and brings together experienced marketers from Europe who have successfully made the transition to marketing in China and Asia, such as Web2Asia, which is based in Shanghai.

As part of the event, Open Web Asia is putting together a web survey on what companies in the west are considering coming to Asia to start companies. The survey is about the challenges western companies face when coming to Asia, including cultural, economic, and other issues. The survey starts today (Oct. 14) and will be open for two weeks.

If you are interested in China, business, economics, the Internet and technology, then I highly recommend that you take this survey. All you need to do is click on the button below.

The results of the survey will be announced on November 14, when Robert Scoble, Shel Israel and others come to China as part of the China Web 2.0 tour which is put together by the China Business Network.

I’m sure that the results will be interesting, and I look forward to seeing them.




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