Start-up Protelicious is repositioning whey protein powder, usually sold as a gym supplement, for the lifestyle market.
21 June 2019
Helping to build and maintain the immune system and the body’s general defence against the negative elements of city life – such as bad food, pollution and a stressful lifestyle – whey protein might just be the answer to many a Hongkonger’s ills.More
This Hong Kong start-up’s stylish capsule collections are crafted from materials that were destined for the landfill.
14 June 2019
Founded in October last year by Ivan Tang and Christine Chow, Tove & Libra makes stylish wardrobe essentials that use deadstock yarns and materials sourced from their families’ garment businesses. More
As sales continue to soar globally a boutique brand from Stuttgart is making inroads into the Hong Kong and Asian markets.
31 May 2019
Refined with plant material from Stuttgart and mineral water from Cannstatt, German artisanal gin brand Ginstr has already established itself as one of the spirits industry’s rising stars, having won a gold medal at the World Spirits Award 2018 and the Gin and Tonic Trophy, where 400 jurors voted it the best gin to accompany a tonic over more than 600 other brands at the International World Spirits Competition (IWSC) last year. More
At this year's FILMART, a slew of globally bound, multi-language streaming and episodic TV shows outdid the cinematic content.
10 May 2019
As its name suggests, the HKTDC Hong Kong International Film & TV Market (FILMART) has always encompassed a wide range of content, spanning everything from feature films and TV series to documentaries, animation and digital productions. More
A seminar hears forecasting guru Paola de Luca highlight the colours, styles, materials and trends that beguile keen buyers.
18 April 2019
Speaking at the recent HKTDC Hong Kong International Jewellery Show, Paola de Luca, the Creative Director of Trendvision Jewellery + Forecasting, an Italian consultancy specialising in analysing emerging trends across the wider fashion sector, offered a tantalising glimpse of the jewellery looks and styles set to dominate over the next two years. More