SHENZHEN, China, Feb. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pacific Online Ltd. (HKSe: 543) ("Pacific Online," the "Company" or the "Group"), a leading internet content provider in China, today announced that Forbes China has listed the Company as one of the top 100 publicly-traded best small businesses from China for 2012.
The rankings are part of an annual list published by Forbes China. Over 10,000 companies, with 2010 revenues ranging from RMB 5 million to RMB 1 billion, were reviewed. Top companies were selected based on criteria including their growth history, return rates, profits, and size.
Mr. Wai Yan Lam, chairman and CEO of Pacific Online, said, "We are pleased to be recognized by a respected business publication like Forbes. Over the past several years we've stayed abreast of technology trends to become one of China's leading web portals. As the role of the internet and mobile technology continues to rise for Chinese consumers, we remain confident in our business and our ability to create value for our shareholders."
About Pacific Online Ltd. (corp.pconline.com.cn)
Pacific Online is one of the leading Internet content providers in the PRC in terms of total advertising revenue. The Company operates six vertically-integrated portals, including PConline, the largest portal in the PRC specializing in IT product-related content, in terms of advertising revenue, and PCauto, the largest portal in the PRC specializing in automobile-related content, in terms of advertising revenue.