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Statista Digital Economy Compass

Publisher: YOUPublish

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Global Trends
› Connectivity: Numbers behind the "always on" trend
› Social Media: Love it, hate it, but accept that you need it
› Platform Economics: A story about White Sharks and Swordfish
› Venture Capital: Feed for new Tech-Unicorns
› AI, AR and VR: The next big Technology Hype

01 About the Digital Market Outlook
02 Welcome to the Digital Economy Compass

01 Introduction to Platform Economics
02 The biggest White Sharks in the digital economy: Google, Amazon, Facebook, and Apple
03 Google
04 Amazon
05 Facebook
06 Apple
07 Stock market prices reflect the tech-giants' development

01 The untapped potential of 676m awakening digital customers makes China unique
02 Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent, and Huawei (BATHu) are China's overlooked tech-giants
03 Baidu
04 Alibaba
05 Tencent
06 Huawei
07 Who is taking the lead?
Available since: 11/20/2017.

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