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Incorporated in Hong Kong , it has global headquarters in Beijing , China,   operational headquarters in Morrisville , North Carolina , US, and an operational center in Singapore.
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China's overseas M&A value H1 2018 and H1 2019, by sector
Incorporated in Hong Kong , it has global headquarters in Beijing , China,   operational headquarters in Morrisville , North Carolina , US, and an operational center in Singapore. Lenovo has operations in over 60 countries and sells its products in around countries.
Lenovo was founded in Beijing in November as Legend , and was incorporated in Hong Kong in Lenovo acquired IBM 's personal computer business in and agreed to acquire its Intel-based server business in Lenovo entered the smartphone market in and as of was the largest vendor of smartphones in mainland China.
In , Lenovo acquired Motorola Mobility from Google. In , Lenovo acquired Fujitsu 's personal computer business. Liu Chuanzhi , along with a group of ten experienced engineers , officially founded Lenovo in Beijing on November 1, with , yuan. Eleven people, the entirety of the initial staff, attended. The organizational structure of the company was established in after the Chinese New Year. It included a technology, engineering, administrative, and office departments.
It rebuilt itself as a company doing quality checks on computers. It also tried and failed to market a digital watch. In , Lenovo started to manufacture and market computers using its own brand name.
In May , Lenovo placed its first recruitment advertisement on the front page of the China Youth News. Such ads were quite rare in China at the time.
Out of the respondents, were selected to take a written employment exam. Although interviewers initially only had authority to hire 16 people, 58 were given offers. The new staff included 18 people with graduate degrees, 37 with undergraduate degrees, and three students with no university-level education. Their average age was Liu Chuanzhi received government permission to form a subsidiary in Hong Kong and to move there along with five other employees.
Liu's father, already in Hong Kong, furthered his son's ambitions through mentoring and facilitating loans. Liu moved to Hong Kong in To save money during this period, Liu and his co-workers walked instead of taking public transportation.
To keep up appearances, they rented hotel rooms for meetings. Some of the company's early successes included the KT mainframe computer. Proceeds from the offering were used to finance sales offices in Europe, North America and Australia, to expand and improve production and research and development, and to increase working capital. By , Lenovo was the market leader in China and began selling its own laptop. Designed to make it easy for inexperienced Chinese consumers to use computers and access the internet, one of its most important features was a button that instantly connected users to the internet and opened the Web browser.
It was co-branded with China Telecom and it was bundled with one year of Internet service. The Tianxi was released in It was the result of two years of research and development. It had a pastel-colored, shell-shaped case and a seven-port USB hub under its screen. As of , the Tianxi was the best-selling computer in Chinese history. It sold more than 1,, units in alone. Lenovo acquired IBM 's personal computer business in , including the ThinkPad laptop and tablet lines.
This acquisition made Lenovo the third-largest computer maker worldwide by volume. We got the ThinkPad brand, IBM's more advanced PC manufacturing technology and the company's international resources, such as its global sales channels and operation teams.
These three elements have shored up our sales revenue in the past several years. IBM acquired an Mary Ma , Lenovo's chief financial officer from to , was in charge of investor relations. Under her leadership, Lenovo successfully integrated Western-style accountability into its corporate culture.
Lenovo's emphasis on transparency earned it a reputation for the best corporate governance among mainland Chinese firms. All major issues regarding its board, management, major share transfers, and mergers and acquisitions were fairly and accurately reported. While Hong Kong-listed firms were only required to issue financial reports twice per year, Lenovo followed the international norm of issuing quarterly reports. Lenovo created an audit committee and a compensation committee with non-management directors.
The company started roadshows twice per year to meet institutional investors. Ma organized the first-ever investor relations conference held in mainland China. Liu and Ma co-hosted the conference and both gave speeches on corporate governance. As of , LeGarden had more than 1, programs available for the LePhone. At the same time, LeGarden counted 2, individual developers and developer companies as members.
The companies said in a statement that they would establish a new company called Lenovo NEC Holdings, to be registered in the Netherlands.
Lenovo has a five-year option to expand its stake in the joint venture. This joint venture was intended to boost Lenovo's worldwide sales by expanding its presence in Japan, a key market for personal computers.
NEC spun off its personal computer business into the joint venture. Lenovo and NEC also agreed to explore cooperating in other areas such as servers and tablet computers. Roderick Lappin, chairman of the Lenovo—NEC joint venture, told the press that the two companies will expand their co-operation to include the development of tablet computers.
In June , Lenovo announced that it planned to acquire control of Medion , a German electronics manufacturing company. Lenovo said the acquisition would double its share of the German computer market, making it the third-largest vendor by sales after Acer and Hewlett-Packard.
The deal, which closed in the third quarter of the same year, was claimed by The New York Times as "the first in which a Chinese company acquired a well-known German company. Gerd Brachmann, chairman of Medion, agreed to sell two-thirds of his 60 percent stake in the company. He will be paid in cash for 80 percent of the shares and will receive 20 percent in Lenovo stock. That would give him about one percent of Lenovo. An additional payment of million reals was made dependent upon performance benchmarks.
Lenovo cited their desire to take advantage of increased sales due to the World Cup that would be hosted by Brazil and the Summer Olympics and CCE's reputation for quality. In September , Lenovo agreed to acquire the United States-based software company Stoneware, in its first software acquisition.
The transaction was expected to close by the end of ; no financial details have been disclosed. More specifically, Stoneware was acquired to further Lenovo's efforts to improve and expand its cloud-computing services. For the two years prior to its acquisition, Stoneware partnered with Lenovo to sell its software.
During this period Stoneware's sales doubled. Stoneware was founded in As of September , Stoneware is based in Carmel, Indiana and has 67 employees. Lenovo re-entered the smartphone market in and quickly became the largest vendor of smartphones in mainland China.
Lenovo surpassed Apple Inc. The deal has been already approved by Europe, China and the United States. After closing, Lenovo said that its goal was to become the world's largest maker of servers.
Lenovo also announced plans to start integrating IBM's workforce. Lenovo said that it has no immediate intent to cut jobs. As of February , Google owned about 5. Motorola Mobility remained headquartered in Chicago, and continued to use the Motorola brand, but Liu Jun, president of Lenovo's mobile device business, became the head of the company.
These included over 3, patent families in countries around the world. The purchase included standards-essential patents for 3G and LTE cellular technologies and other patents related to smartphones and tablets. Lenovo's new logo, created by Saatchi, can be changed by its advertising agencies and sales partners, within restrictions, to fit the context. It has a lounging "e" and is surrounded by a box that can be changed to use a relevant scene, solid color, or photograph.
Lenovo's Chief Marketing Officer David Roman said, "When we first started looking at it, it wasn't about just a change in typography or the look of the logo. We asked 'If we really are a net-driven, customer-centric company, what should the logo look like? The bonds were sold in Hong Kong with coupon ranging from 4. This is only the second sale of bonds in Lenovo's history. Financial commentators noted that Lenovo was paying a premium to list the bonds in yuan given relatively low costs for borrowing in US dollars.
Lenovo said that its x86 servers will be available to all its channel partners. Lenovo plans to cut prices on x86 products in order to gain market share. Lenovo's acquisition of IBM's businesses is arguably one of the greatest case studies on merging massive international enterprises.
Though this acquisition in ultimately resulted in success, the integration of the businesses had a difficult and challenging beginning. Lenovo had employees from different cultures, different backgrounds, and different languages. At the end of its first two years, Lenovo Group had met many of its original challenges, including integrating two disparate cultures in the newly formed company, maintaining the Think brand image for quality and innovation, and improving supply chain and manufacturing efficiencies.
By , Lenovo grew into the world's number 1 PC maker, number 3 smartphone manufacturer and number 3 in the production of tablet computers. In September Lenovo and NetApp announced about strategic partnership and joint venture in China.
In , Lenovo became the world's largest provider for the TOP supercomputers. It also implies creativity.
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