As a win over Corona is likely in 2021, another view on the Chinese NEV market, which was just about to take off, becomes interesting. Who made progress in 2020? Who struggled? Who is in the pole position for 2021? This article provides some answers.
Last month, TOGAF announced that currently there are more than 98,900 IT professionals certified in TOGAF and the mark of 100,000 certified professionals will be hit soon. This shows the amazing speed with which TOGAF is becoming more and more popular.
The upcoming year will be an exciting one for New Energy Vehicle (NEV) companies in China, as many of them just start selling their NEV cars and will gain first sales results. This is happening in a tense environment, as sales figures of new car sales in the Chinese market have dropped in 2018 and 2019 after they increased for more than twenty consequent years. On top, subsidies for NEV vehicles were reduced, however, there seems to be a tactical change.
Nowadays, Tesla is well known for targeting the future energy car market. As this will be a huge market in the future, also a large number of start-ups and other companies are working hard to gain some market share in this economy. Among those, I have identified a hidden pioneer – AIWAYS.
China’s economy is steadily increasing in importance and it is likely that it will be the globally most important one in the near future. Yet, it is fascinating, how little people outside China know about an industry, that has brought up totally different players than the markets in the rest of the world. The more the US has to deal with what its current president is destroying, the clearer the strength of the Chinese long-term strategy becomes. Only if we learn from the ones that are different from us, the ones that choose new ways of doing things, and the ones that are more successful in what they do, we can learn, adapt, and improve ourselves.
Germans love their cash and they love their cars. Let me compare a situation in which both come together: Parking in Germany (a digitally developing country) and in China (a digitally matured country), and let’s discuss together why it is as it is.