Chinese Web Entrepreneur Lin Qi(Chairman and CEO of Youzu) said that it will be young leaders who will change the world

Posted by ricky26 on August 8th, 2015

Lin Qi Youzu Interactive was recently named one of the Best Ten Asian Young Business Leaders by Wealth-X, the global authority on wealth intelligence. Born in the 1980s, Lin Qi is one of the few self-made businessmen among world-class young entrepreneurs. He told Idei that Youzu Interactive is currently involved in games, movies (Yoozoo Film) and related sectors in a move to first establish a strong presence. The company then plans to rely on the strong presence to expand into other sectors. As both China and Japan are Asian countries, they have many similarities in terms of cultural markets and the development of the cultural sector. Having Idei on board as consultant represents the achievement of a great milestone as he can serve as a bridge for communication and cooperation between young entrepreneurs in China and Japan and lead them in terms of best practices for collaboration.

Before the signing ceremony, Idei and a group of Japan’s leading young entrepreneurs, visited Youzu Interactive’s Corporate News Center, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Center, Player Experience Center, Employee Recreation Area and Cinemas, and watched the trailer of the science fiction film Three Body. Youzu Interactive’s dynamic energy, innovative strength and corporate culture impressed them. At the site of the signing ceremony, the two sides had a meaningful discussion about the current situation of games, animation, movies, cultural publishing and related industries in China and Japan and collaboration prospects after Lin Qi presented the Consultant Appointment Letter to Idei. 

Youzu Interactive  has remained focused on a global strategy that combines the development of intellectual properties and the application of big data. The company has an excellent track record in terms of global game releases. To date the company has successfully released its games in over 70 countries and regions. The website and mobile versions of the game, League of Angels, is a strong and defining illustration of how a Chinese game has succeeded in the global market. Since Youzu Interactive went public in June 2014 with the issuance of yuan-denominated ordinary shares (A-shares), the first game developer in China to do so, the company has been aggressively raising capital as a means to carry out its global deployment including projects in the film, animation and entertainment industries and the setting up of operations and offices in North America, Europe, Southeast Asia, in addition to other locations. The company plans to further develop partnerships in more countries and regions. In April 2015, Youzu Interactive and Google reached an agreement on cooperating on a Joint Business Plan (JBP). As part of the agreement, the two sides will form a partnership involving digitally integrated marketing, data mining and analysis on a global scale as well as overseas distribution of mobile games and similar products. Mob.com, acquired by Youzu Interactive, is the world's largest service platform for mobile developers and has been installed on more than 2 billion mobile devices worldwide. Yoozoo Movies recently announced that it will set up a subsidiary in Hollywood with the mission of bringing Hollywood movies to China and Chinese movies to North American cinemas in addition to carrying out research on the American film industry.

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