China Everbright International CEO Chen Xiaoping tells Managing Asia about the firm's expansion plans as the waste management industry attracts more new players.
China Everbright International's Chen Xiaoping tells CNBC that there is immense potential in China's environmental protection and solid waste treatment industries.
For China Everbright International, one of the largest waste management companies in China, the country's trash problem has great market potential.
Ding Shizhong is passionate about sports shoes. So much so that the self-made billionaire sometimes wears up to three different pairs in a day.
ANTA CEO Ding Shizhong says that a multi-brand strategy targeting multiple consumer segments has proven to be a slam dunk for the sportswear company.
Ding Shizhong, CEO of ANTA Sports, tells CNBC the real impact the Olympic Games will have on the sportswear company's bottomline.
If you've ever had a McDonald's burger, there is a very good chance the onions in it were supplied by Olam.
Olam's co-founder and CEO Sunny Verghese tells CNBC how the company developed into an integrated agriculture commodities business.
Strategic acquisitions, diversification and long-term shareholders are key to the company's development, says Olam CEO Sunny Verghese.
Minh Phuong Dang built MP Logistics from scratch, and welcomes the competition Vietnam's growth will bring.
MP Logistics CEO Minh Phuong Dang tells CNBC how she navigates congested roads and increasing competition in Vietnam's crowded logistics sector.
MP Logistic's Minh Phuong Dang says she's confident that local "know-how" gives domestic logistics players an added advantage.
Andreas Sennheiser's passion for music drives his commitment to a 71-year-old legacy, while pursuing audio innovation.
Sennheiser Group co-CEO Andreas Sennheiser tells Managing Asia how the 71-year old audio equipment company has stayed relevant.
Sennheiser Group's Andreas Sennheiser says there are growing opportunities in Asia as the rising middle-class begin to appreciate more premium audio equipment.
It's not easy creating your own legacy when you're the heir to a famous banking empire, but Wee Teng Wen pulled it off with Lo & Behold.
It's not easy to leave a mark in Singapore's competitive food and beverage space. The Lo & Behold Group Co-founder Wee Teng Wen tells Managing Asia how he did it.
The Lo & Behold Group Co-founder Wee Teng shares how he spotted an opportunity in Singapore's food & beverage industry and took the plunge.
Big luxury hotel brands face a new challenge in attracting high-end travelers: boredom. That's according to hospitality industry veteran Filip Boyen.
There has been a building slowdown, but that has not affected us because we are not in bulk production, says Buro Ole Scheeren's Ole Scheeren.
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