We believe in the phrase, "think like an outsider, execute like a pro."
We also believe that optimism is a true competitive advantage.
To solve problems, we think like an outsider, generating new insights and breakthrough ideas.
To bring dreams into reality, we execute like a professional, delivering concrete results.
Internationalization, style, refined taste and social responsibility are Couttsart (CAIH) corporate genes. No matter how the market changes, with the spirit of “ Modern China, Global Version”, building up an international art spread company based in China is our will, power and dream that have never changed. To this end, in the process of practice, through continuous innovation and exploration, the form can also be eclectic and constantly transformed from print products to digital products, and then to the space platform. We also constantly endow new spirit of the time and cultural and creative connotations. On the other hand, organizational structure can be constantly adjusted and developed.
What is the most valuable in the future is the platform enterprise, and the post-Internet era has arrived. The platform economy will be a new trend in the future. We must actively embrace the new business opportunities.
We must have the courage and ability to create new business. Constantly trying to create a different business and making my lives and employees’ lives different are my expectation for myself and Couttsart (CAIH). This is also why both I and Couttsart (CAIH) are young and energetic.
Three levels of Couttsart (CAIH) corporate growth
Level 1 continuation and consolidation of core business
Level 2 establishment of new business
Level 3 creation of future business opportunities
This is the so-called strategic vision “I am eating with a bowl, looking at the pot and thinking about the field”
From 2020 an particular era requires us to form the consciousness and habit of constantly seeking new changes. Couttsart (CAIH) need to constantly innovate, keeping a fresh sense of the era, not a fashion trend. As Drucker, the father of modern management, said: “The business of a company must develop with the era and bear the imprint of the era. Only by experiencing the baptism of the era and resonating with society can it make sense.“