As the COVID-19 pandemic shakes up supply chains and transforms business models, how can Hong Kong, a city famous for its ability to respond rapidly, harness technology to create new opportunities? More
To spur the growth of the innovation and technology (I&T) industry, the Hong Kong government has increased investment in hardware facilities such as the Hong Kong Science Park and Cyberport. Having consolidated the insights and comments given by senior business executives in various sectors in the GBA, PricewaterhouseCoopers Advisory Services Limited (PwC) has put together a raft of proposed measures for enhancing Hong Kong’s status as an innovation and technology interchange. More
Food, shelter and mobile data are the fundamental commodities humans need to survive but ever-increasing complexity of mobile devices means that ensuring access to the last one – mobile data – creates an ever-rising demand for power. More
Fitness fanatics Leon Lee and Alex Chung met in the United Kingdom where they were studying – Mr Lee doing biotechnology at Imperial College London while Mr Chung was studying marketing at the University of Westminster, London. More
Extra packaging might be around for a while in the post-COVID era but a new Hong Kong start-up has launched a biodegradable, water-soluble alternative to plastic bags and wrapping which could be a game-changer in the war against waste. More
While many of the Hong Kong entrepreneurs active in Mainland China headed home as soon as the true extent of the COVID-19 outbreak became apparent earlier this year, Foshan‑based Ben Leung had no hesitation in staying put. More
Controlling each step in chocolate-making – from sourcing the cacao beans to distributing the final product – bean-to-bar chocolate is the latest sweet-toothed trend to hit Hong Kong, brought by start-ups such as Conspiracy Chocolate.