2010… a bouncing back year or the one that will be enhanced by diversifying streams of income?
febrero 18, 2010 Deja un comentario
China video games and accessories suppliers expect robust export growth; emphasize R&D to add value
China Sourcing Report: Video Games & Accessories offers buyers verified suppliers of consoles and controllers, electronic handheld and desktop video games, and video game accessories
HONG KONG, Feb. 4 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ — China’s video games and accessories suppliers are optimistic about export growth in 2010, as overseas markets show signs of recovery, according to Global Sources’ ( GSOL) China Sourcing Report: Video Games & Accessories (http://www.chinasourcingreports.com/videogamesaccessories ).
The Report covers video game consoles and controllers, electronic handheld and desktop video games, and video game accessories.Among surveyed China suppliers of video games and accessories: -- 36 percent predict sales growth to be greater than 20 percent; -- 45 percent expect an increase of between 10 and 20 percent; -- 14 percent estimate sales to increase by less than 10 percent; and -- 5 percent expect sales to remain the same.
Ok.. some predictions and forecasts say that this is a “come-back” year for the videogame industry.
Will it really impact our company (www.cgbot.com) and our country (méxico) or just china? Will it mean thta we have either to start enhancing (some even start companies!) our biz models or totally change them? Getting new lines of services/products? Take calculated risks with the help of the multiple funding oportunities that we can achieve through the mexican government support?
Will that mean that we also have to be in the spotlight for political actors? How far are we from that?
I’m pretty sure that we are not the only ones having this questions in mind. Some of our colleagues for sure are having them and we are even getting together to tap those oportunities?
so.. what are you doing?
What do you think about this?
Keep the conversation going, innovating and discovering.
Ps: Will China be the eventual Japan of services and outsourcing? (In quatilty terms?)… gosh! They will never be in the same time-zone! phew….. 😉