Many big, resource-rich countries have special-purpose capitals – think Brasilia, Canberra or Ottawa – and Indonesia plans to do the same, establishing a smart city Nusantara on the east coast of Borneo as a new home for the capital, which is now Jakarta.
To introduce a technology brand well established in Europe, but new to Asia, Martino Criveller, Company Director, Passo Avanti Limited, made use of the shop window provided by Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) trade fairs.
Business policies and regulations in Mainland China are different from those of Hong Kong – how should Hong Kong companies enter the mainland market and what should be paid attention to before opening?
“Elephants can be eaten in small pieces” is a saying that comes to mind, when faced with the task of moving Mainland China’s economy on to sustainable footing and achieving the stated goal of net-zero by 2060.
As global financial woes blunt overseas markets, Hong Kong firms are looking to Mainland China, and especially the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), but are faced with several challenges, a survey shows.
Intellectual property (IP) trading helps comic books stay exposed in the market and maintain their popularity. Hong Kong comic company Culturecom has developed a licensing business by taking advantage of the popularity of online TV movies in Mainland China, generating more creative works across different media and extending the lifetime of their comic creations.
Companies in Thailand, one of the largest Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) economies, hope to expand both within ASEAN markets and across the world – and could turn to the active financial markets of Hong Kong to raise funds.
The BIP Asia Forum unites intellectual property professionals and business leaders from all over the world to discuss the latest developments in the IP world, and explore business collaboration opportunities. The 11th edition of the forum was held online on 2-3 December last year with great success, featuring more than 70 prominent speakers sharing their insights and attracting more than 14,000 viewers.
Many insurance technology (insurtech) firms are putting a premium on the Mainland China market, where an increasingly affluent and tech-savvy population looks likely to fuel strong demand for online insurance products and services. Just ask OneDegree group, an insurtech headquartered in Hong Kong.
When French entrepreneurs Julien Labruyere and Adrien Barthel co-founded their cloud-based corporate services platform Sleek in 2017, they knew a one-stop digital solution would make back-office processes quicker and easier for start-ups like themselves.
The HKTDC Hong Kong International Franchising Show displays a wide range of local and foreign franchise opportunities, plus consulting and support services, where franchisors and prospective franchisees meet to explore a win-win business collaboration.