Posted November 01, 2018 11:24:10 Chinese technology companies have become increasingly global, and they’re increasingly focused on expanding their business overseas.
They’ve become an attractive target for multinationals looking to gain access to markets overseas, and some are now expanding to the U.S.
The latest example is the burgeoning e-commerce company Jiji Web World, which is building its business in the U of A and New York.
The company says it’s expanding into the U .
S. and Canada and has plans to expand internationally in the future.
“The growth and scale of Jiji is an example of the exponential nature of the Chinese market,” said David Pritchard, CEO of Jigsaw Group, a Beijing-based consultancy.
“Its growth is almost exponential.
It’s a lot like the tech boom that has been occurring in the United States.”
Jiji Web is owned by China’s Jigsaw group.
Its stock is up more than 2,000% this year.
The group has been one of China, one of the world’s biggest marketplaces for e-tailers, for decades.
It has been operating in the country for more than a decade.
The Chinese government has been pressuring foreign companies to follow suit by opening up their business in their country.
Jiji web, however, has no presence in China.
It launched its U.K. operations in April, and now it has 10 offices in the UK and eight in the rest of the European Union.
Jiji’s U.A. operations are being built in Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand and Australia.
Its focus is on the U, but it has also ventured into the rest, such as India, Brazil and Mexico.
The firm has more than 20 offices in China, including in Shanghai and Hong Kong.
It has also grown its presence in the Asia Pacific region, including Japan, the U S. and South Korea.
Jigsaw has offices in Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam.
“We are really excited about the opportunity in the region,” said Pritchesons co-founder David K. Ho.
“This is an area of growth that we are looking at.
We are very interested in exploring the possibilities and opportunities.”
Jigsaw Web, which operates in the Middle East, South Asia and Africa, was founded by a team of British, American and Chinese engineers.
It started as a small company, with no staff.
Pritchers group, which now has a staff of 30, is growing quickly and has a focus on the Asian markets.
“It’s an opportunity for us to expand and grow and be the leading e-shop provider in the area,” said Ho.