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Robust China ecosystem to elevate globalization

China Daily | Updated: 2022-03-11 10:25
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Lu Jian, corporate vice-president of LinkedIn, president of LinkedIn China. [Photo provided to China Daily]

A1 China has always been an important market for LinkedIn and is home to 55+ million members as part of a global community of 800+ million members. After over seven years in the market, LinkedIn has observed efforts by Chinese cities to transform into global innovation hubs and key centers of trade, investment and commerce embedded in the world economy.

Headquartered in Beijing with branch offices in Shanghai and Shenzhen, LinkedIn China continues to increase investment in the Chinese market to provide local clients with better services that are close to the needs of the market.

A2 Low-carbon development has become a key source of global competitiveness. We recognize China's determination to develop a green economy and achieve its dual-carbon goals. We also see that China already has a solid industrial ecosystem foundation, strong technical capabilities and abundant human and technological resources.

LinkedIn believes that green talent will play a crucial role in the overall development of the green economy, and also affect the global competitiveness of Chinese companies.

A3 As China implements the dual-circulation model, LinkedIn has adopted an "in China, for China "strategy to tap into growing demand in China, assisting our customers to meet growing domestic demand and expand their business both at home and overseas. We believe there are great opportunities in China and Asia, which are home to some of the world's strongest growth engines.

A4 We hope to work with our industry partners in China to build a powerful ecosystem to accompany Chinese professionals in every step of career development. We will also continue to cooperate more deeply with our partners to provide a set of integrated solutions for Chinese enterprises, helping them to overcome obstacles and pain points and succeed in winning the domestic market and international expansion.

According to LinkedIn's research and study in China, from the perspective of talent demand, the willingness of Chinese enterprises to invest abroad remains relatively strong, despite being affected by the macro environment.

A5 Leveraging our global platform and real-time data insights, we hope to help Chinese companies develop globally in terms of talent and branding, as well as to better plan their workforce and marketing strategy.

We will expand our business scale, strengthen market engagement and increase our investment with more localized services to our customers.

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