The world’s top digital companies have been quietly building up their global operations and have been slowly expanding their reach across the world, from the Middle East to the Pacific.
They’re not the only ones with digital assets in the pipeline.
But as they become more important to the global economy, they’re making sure they keep them safe.
Adidas is taking on new challenges in the digital economy as it builds out its online presence, while Nike is expanding its physical presence and expanding its online footprint.
The global economy has become increasingly digital and increasingly global, with the arrival of Apple and the launch of Apple Pay and the rise of Android.
The new digital businesses and industries that have emerged in recent years include social media, gaming and mobile apps, video streaming, virtual reality, media, advertising, fashion, travel, fashion design, entertainment, technology and music.
The digital industries have been booming in recent times, thanks to the rise in mobile phone and tablet use, and the emergence of new technologies such as the internet of things.
But the growth of these digital businesses is not only affecting the global market, but also affecting Australia.
Adidas has its own mobile network, but it has not built up a large online presence in Australia, despite it having a strong relationship with Australia’s major retail chain, Coles.
Nike’s involvement with Australian retailers is largely limited to its online business.
In the past, the footwear company has only used Coles stores as a distribution channel, but this year, it started using its own Australian stores, the Australian Superstore.
At the same time, Nike is investing in its own online presence.
Its new store in the United States will feature a virtual shop, where fans can shop for the company’s Nike+ fitness and sportswear line, which is now available on Nike+ for more than 130 stores across the US.
In January, Nike said that its online store had reached 10 million customers, up from 8 million in January.
This month, it said its total global reach was now up to 18.7 million, with a combined total of more than 12.5 million Australian users.
But even with its global reach, the shoe company is not as dominant as it once was.
It lost more than 20 per cent of its market share in the past year, according to the consultancy Footnote.
In March, Nike announced that it was selling its Australian assets to the Japanese-based Japanese shoe giant Uniqlo.
Nike has not disclosed how much it will pay for the Australian assets.
Uniqlo said that it had “substantial” plans to open an online store in Australia and that the company had already acquired more than 6 million pairs of Nike shoes in the country.
Meanwhile, Nike has been growing its Australian operations as well, increasing its sales in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.
However, Nike says that it is investing heavily in its Australian presence.
It said in a statement that it “continues to invest heavily in Australia to ensure it remains a leader in the global sports and fitness industry”.