Hong Kong brand The Wee Bean has made a name for itself with products for babies and kids made from bamboo and organic cotton. The items sell well in the United States, Canada, Singapore and other places. The firm plans to expand into Mainland China and seize opportunities brought about by the three-child policy.
The HKTDC Hong Kong International Film and TV Market (FILMART) ¬– highlight of the month-long citywide Entertainment Expo Hong Kong (EEHK) – drew cheerful crowds as it opened in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) on Monday.
The HKTDC Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition) is an excellent trading platform that showcases an extensive array of innovative and top-notch lighting products and solutions, creating bright business opportunities for buyers to explore. The events are expected to draw strong interest following the end of travel restrictions and dropping of the mask mandate.
Noting the steady stream of disposable cutlery going to Hong Kong landfills, an architect turned industrial designer developed a pocket-friendly dining set for take-away eating city dwellers.
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Governments around the world have announced commitments and deadlines for achieving net-zero carbon dioxide emissions. Enterprises must keep pace with the times and adapt to a low-carbon business ecosystem. Businesses worldwide are adopting environment, social and corporate governance (ESG) policies, and investors need to take these issues into account when allocating funds.
The year opened with a flurry of activity for the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) as the first events held after the reopening of the border with Mainland China and easing of COVID-19 restrictions on overseas travel drew heavy traffic.
Under the 2023 theme of Play To Bond ∙ Family and Beyond, the 1th edition of the HKTDC Hong Kong Baby Products Fair will showcase a wide range of baby products, including strollers and baby gear, bedding and furniture, skincare and bath products, baby clothing and footwear and maternity products, providing a one-stop sourcing platform for buyers.
Monmaya, which at 150 years old is the last wooden cabinetmaker of its kind in Sendai, Japan, opened a physical store in Happy Valley at the end of last year, hoping to use Hong Kong as a springboard to expand its business across Asia and beyond. This video shows the company’s craftsmen at work.
Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the 38th HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show, the eighth HKTDC Hong Kong International Diamond, Gem & Pearl Show and the inaugural Simply Shopping Fest concluded successfully early this month.
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s (HKTDC) four food- and home-focused events wrapped up on Monday, bringing together more than 1,000 exhibitors and attracting over 430,000 eager-to-spend visitors.
The HKTDC Food Expo, HKTDC Home Delights Expo, HKTDC Beauty & Wellness Expo and HKTDC Hong Kong International Tea Fair will run from 11-15 August at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC). The four home-focused fairs, jointly themed "Living a New Style", will present nearly 1,000 exhibitors and feature a wide array of global gourmet foods and various new products.