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Forbes - ADG Managing Director David Sullivan and other US tech executives who are doing business in China revealed the key issues they face in China today in the more challenging climate today for penetrating the Chinese market -- and winning.
REUTERS - Stopping Broadcom’s deal was a “broad litmus test (that) will likely cut off market opportunities, strategic alliances, key sources of financing and exits for U.S. tech companies in the future,” said David Sullivan, managing director of Alliance Development Group, a firm that helps U.S. tech companies enter the Chinese market.
bloomberg - David Sullivan, MD of Alliance Development Group talked on the rise of big data in China with Doug Krizner and Rishaad Salamat. David Sullivan said:"In China they are using Big Data in banking industry, eCommerce, health care, also, the three large internet companies of Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent are very actively using Big Data."
Forbes - EyeVerify started early in China, when the company only had eight employees. The company led by founder and CEO Toby Rush, inked several deals with tier one smartphone OEMS, drew investment from China’s Qihoo 360, did a cooperation agreement with Alibaba and Alipay, and then got acquired, tells David Sullivan, Silicon Valley-based managing director of Alliance Development Group, which advised EyeVerify.
Press Reader - The company are adept at adding features and functions quickly and many have deep pockets to support marketing and distribution investments,” said David Sullivan, MD of Alliance Development Group, which provides global technology companies with services in China market expansion, business development and strategic investment.
ET Tech - These companies are spreading their wings, there's going to be more cross-border partnerships," said David Sullivan the managing director of Alliance Development Group in an earlier conversation with ET. ADG provides global technology companies with services on China market expansion, business development, and strategic investment services.
CKGSB Knowledge - “In the big picture, I would say big data and all of what that entails is being massively embraced by China, by the Chinese government, by the internet companies,” says David Sullivan, an analyst at Alliance Development Group (ADG), which assists technology companies expanding in China. “They were and probably are a little behind Google and Amazon, but they started a little bit later. Right now, they’re starting to establish more R&D centers, they’re putting more dollars behind it.”
South China Morning - “In the big picture, I would say big data and all of what that entails is being massively embraced by China, by the Chinese government, by the internet companies,” said David Sullivan, an analyst at Alliance Development Group (ADG), which assists technology companies expanding in China.
XRP Talk - China will be one of the most difficult markets for outside companies to penetrate, but one of the most lucrative. “But we are seeing it as sometimes the first place to go” especially for companies that want to partner with handset manufacturers, said David Sullivan, managing director at Alliance Development Group (ADG). For about 14 years, Sullivan with ADG has been helping mainly U.S., although some European startups, expand into China. ADG has worked with 80 companies since its launch in 2001, including Zong, a mobile carrier billing startup acquired by PayPal.
IB Times - “It’s getting harder and harder for [phone makers] to differentiate, so they’re looking for more interesting technologies,” said David Sullivan, managing director of Alliance Development Group, which has helped many U.S. startups land these types of partnerships.
Forbes - EyeVerify’s CEO Toby Rush says he got an introduction to Qihoo 360 through China business development pro David Sullivan and his team at Alliance Development Group. Rush credits Sullivan for helping him to get comfortable with an investor from China. “It’s a different world, with different expectations,” says Rush. Another hesitation was how the deal with Qihoo could impact “where we go in China in the future” with potential other partners.
Wireless Week - “There will be significant opportunities for all mobile technology market participants. We believe global vendors will focus more resources on the China market as this is one of the major mobile opportunities worldwide,” said David Sullivan, managing director and CEO for Alliance Development Group, a China-focused market development and investment advisory firm.