Being the Chinese hybrid of Facebook and Twitter, Weibo is becoming not only a popular social community, but also a powerful digital communication and marketing channel, especially for enterprises planning to enter the China market. With an estimated of 600 million registered users and 198
Jakarta has been known as one of the world’s biggest urban agglomerations, ranking fourth after Guangzhou, Tokyo, and Shanghai. It is home to more than 27 million people and the capital of Indonesia – Southeast Asia’s largest economy. As one of the G20 members, Indonesia
Greetings from Geneva, a picture postcard™! Geneva, Illinois, that is. Although there are similarities to the much larger city in Switzerland, this town of approximately 22,000 people (2010 Census) is located in the western suburbs of Chicago. Like its international counterpart, quaint boutiques line the
Paris: the city of light, the city of love, and now the city of collaboration. Whatever you want to call it, the French capital is one of the best contemporary examples of the current development of the sharing economy. Boasting a strong startup scene that
One of Europe’s oldest cities, Belgrade’s history dates back 7000 thousand years and has had many titles over the years. Serbia’s capital faced a tumultuous past while capital of the former Yugoslav republic, but is now making a major comeback, with millions of visitors coming
If you meet someone traveling through central and Southeast Europe, you can guess that they are going to make a pit stop in Budapest. Known for its wild nightlife, thermal bathhouses, beautiful open-air markets, and a maze of historical and cultural sights influenced by the
Stockholm, the capital of Sweden has approximately 900,000 citizens and it’s also the most-visited city in Sweden with around 1 million tourists each year.
There is always something happening on the streets of Stockholm, whether there is a food fair, a marathon or a royal wedding.
Slovenia’s capital city looks a bit like a postcard. Small and serene, Ljubljana is sprinkled with architectural remnants from the Austro-Hungarian Empire and a 12th century castle overlooking the city. The former Yugoslavian republic has become increasingly popular with tourists over the years, which flock
Taiwan ranked 20th in GDP per capita last year – pretty impressive for an island of only 23 million people. Yet compared to the other international Asian cities that are more well-known in Western culture, as a city for business, Taipei has always been more
Cuenca is the third largest city in Ecuador, a country whose economy was traditionally based on its natural resources, such as oil. Situated in the valley of Paucarbamba, Cuenca is a charming city, 432 kilometers away from Quito, Ecuador’s capital. With four lovely flowing rivers