Huawei has a bold New Years Resolution

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Huawei didn’t have the greatest 2016 thanks to an increasingly difficult wireless market and some uncontrollable political and economic situations, but that’s not stopping them from setting the bar high for 2017. They’re expecting a 32% increase in revenue from 2016, which is actually down about 5% from 2015, but they’re hopeful they can shake things up for next year.

The Chinese based company is the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, just behind Apple and Samsung, but they also make a significant chunk of their business from selling network equipment. Unfortunately for Huawei, that kind of business is particularly vulnerable to political swings and 2017 will likely be even more shaky for that aspect of their revenue. To counter that, Huawei wants to zero in on customer needs and make an effort to be a more efficient business.

Some of the steps to become more efficient include trimming up aspects of the business that aren’t doing much of anything besides wasting money and time. Fancy internal promotional videos and excessive business meetings were some of the things that Huawei said they planned on eliminating, but that’s definitely going to be a long list.

On the customer side of things, Huawei wants to become a market leader instead of a follower. Instead of simply reacting to what customers want, Huawei wants to be in a position to dictate the direction of the market and create products that will keep Huawei front and center in wireless. They plan on investing in research and development centers across the globe, and although that won’t immediately help 2017’s bottom line, it paints a strong outlook for the company’s future.

source: Bloomberg


About the Author: Jared Peters

Born in southern Alabama, Jared spends his working time selling phones and his spare time writing about them. The Android enthusiasm started with the original Motorola Droid and an unhealthy obsession with fixing things that aren't broken. This accidentally led to being the go-to guy for anything more complicated than a toaster, which he considers more of a curse than a blessing. Jared is enrolled in online classes at the University of Phoenix, and spends his spare time on video games and listening to music.


  • Jeena Bittenbender

    They are an Amazing company that can compete head to head with Samsung in every aspect. They just need more marketing…

  • hidden_agenda714

    their smart watch are one of the best selling and best reviewed smart watches on Amazon. and they achieved this with little marketing. all customer word of mouth.

  • wekebu

    Still loving my Nexus 6P. Not even tempted by a new phone (but I do look).

  • http://www.topapps4u.com Sharon Bean

    I think Huawei will surely press hard in 2017 with new range of smartphones…