May 1, 2014

Why LinkedIn Can't Crack the Chinese Market

Cunfu Riji, Worldcrunch

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In China, the core users of the professional social networking site LinkedIn are white-collar and managerial-level staff of large companies, particularly multinationals or joint ventures with foreign firms. Still, the network has a long way to go if it wants to recruit native Chinese.

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