Edward Eng

Business Development Manager

June 12, 2012

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Improving Data Quality in Asia

getchee creates and validates market data for business use throughout China, India, and Southeast Asia.

Through the use of GIS, we help companies compare and visualize business data against our market data on a map. We maintain a database that supports over 100 cities and three types of data: demographics, points of interest, and heat maps.

We make this market insight accessible through raw data acquisitions, consulting services, and software tools. We are committed to making these outputs valuable to our clients.

Chris Hubbard

@chriswhubbard Market Strategy

May 29, 2012

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infographic – Wealth in China

Who and where are the wealthiest people and places?

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Where are the wealthiest places in China and the most expensive places to live? Who are the wealthiest people in China, and where are they spending their money and what Chinese luxury brands are they buying? This infographic takes a look.

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Edward Eng

Business Development Manager

February 9, 2012

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Nike Fuelband Fit for Asia?

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Another lightweight, polymer-encased fitness wristband has hit the market. But this one comes from Nike. The Nike+ FuelBand measures time, calories, steps and “NikeFuel.” It uses an accelerometer to measure movement, has built-in USB and 20 LED flights that flash red or green to show your progress, and can connect wirelessly to the iPhone via Bluetooth. The FuelBand comes with a free iPhone app, and is social network friendly, for those users who want to share their activity updates with Facebook, Foursquare and even Path. For now, the FuelBand app is iOS-only. Stefan Olander, Nike’s vice president of digital sport, says that the company will eventually explore other mobile operating systems for the app.

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Edward Eng

Business Development Manager

January 29, 2012

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Beijing Malls Reposition Themselves

Beijing malls re-position for high-end consumer growth.

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According to a new report by Jones Lang LaSalle, strong demand from domestic and international retailers pushed the overall vacancy rate down in 2011.

An increasing number of retailers have been competing in the Beijing retail market and several projects underwent re-positioning to strengthen their competitiveness.

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