Chronicles the initial formation and growth of KongZhong, a leading player in China’s wireless value-added services (WVAS) market. To 2007 are KongZhong founder of the “perfect storm” given the high dynamics of the WVAS industry with the Chinese government the industry coupled WVAS choice, significant regulatory changes to implement. Highlights issues related to the underlying dynamics of the business environment in China and extrinsic factors entrepreneur … Read more »

Chronicles the initial formation and growth of KongZhong, a leading player in China’s wireless value-added services (WVAS) market. To 2007 are KongZhong founder of the “perfect storm” given the high dynamics of the WVAS industry with the Chinese government the industry coupled WVAS choice, significant regulatory changes to implement. Highlights issues related to the underlying dynamics of the business environment in China and extrinsic factors entrepreneurship in the rapidly developing industries and markets. To describe for background information about the founder before commissioning and China WVAS market, the company’s rapid revenue growth, initial public offering (IPO), cultural differences and dynamics, government lobbying initiatives, and strategic dilemmas in early 2007.
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Chuck Holloway,
Patrick Arippol
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
28 pages.
Release Date: 15, May 2007. Prod #: E243-PDF-ENG
KongZhong: growth in a dynamic environment HBR case solution

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