NFTs help artists, firms and users create, own and trade any form of content online, including true-to-life versions of real people.
31 March 2022
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are pulling real-world assets into the metaverse and giving them value in the content-owner-driven world of Web 3.0. But since the metaverse is content-only and everyone can create items from scratch, or even virtualise real-world performers and let them live forever, why not go all-virtual?More
Rapid changes in technology and the impact of COVID-19 are rapidly transforming the global marketing space.
22 March 2022
In the classical age, markets in the eastern Mediterranean were abuzz with goods sourced from all over the world, changing hands for silver and gold minted by a wide array of authorities, with conversations in a diversity of languages. Merchants arriving from more obscure hinterlands needed to adapt quickly or lose out.More
SMEs in Hong Kong are aware that environmental issues weigh on customer decisions, but often need help to adjust their strategies.
17 March 2022
Companies of all sizes can no longer ignore environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors in their businesses, but small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) often have difficulty assessing and reducing their carbon footprint. This is especially true for their supply chains and production processes.More
This ASEAN Navigator webinar takes an overview of supply chains as manufacturing reopens in Vietnam.
10 March 2022
The webinar will explore the prospects presented in Vietnam, a leading member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The five speakers include Pavel Poskakukhin, the Associate Director of Deloitte South East Asia. Deloitte Vietnam is a pioneer in the Advisory and Audit industry with 30 years of experience in the Vietnam market, is part of the Deloitte Global network. Deloitte Vietnam has more than 1,000 professional staff in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City offices. He will be joined by Brian Wong, Chinese Services Group Director, Deloitte South East Asia.More
A programme helps Hong Kong SMEs move manufacturing to this vibrant region.
09 March 2022
Following the COVID-19 pandemic, companies are accelerating campaigns to upgrade brands, transform e-commerce systems and develop new production and supply chains to ensure they remain viable as long-term businesses.More
As Hong Kong moves forward in an uncertain world, technology is taking centre stage.
08 March 2022
In the 20th century, the “roaring 20s” became famous for the birth of the jazz age and the arrival of “talkie” movies. In the 2020s, the defining feature so far appears to be uncertainty – which to optimists also means opportunity.More
A business consultancy’s report shows that lenders in Hong Kong expect business to improve over the course of the year.
07 March 2022
Banks in Hong Kong are optimistic on their financial performance in 2022 with higher interest rates likely to improve margins, global business consultancy KPMG said in its latest report. Non-interest revenue should also increase as initiatives such as the Cross-Boundary Wealth Management Connect scheme offer new growth opportunities. Paul McSheaffrey, Partner, Financial Services for KPMG China, extracts the key trends, opportunities and challenges identified in the KPMG Hong Kong Banking Outlook 2022 report.More
This T-box workshop tells Hong Kong businesses how to take advantage of developments and opportunities in the South Asian country.
04 March 2022
India has become a preferred destination for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) looking to expand into the e-commerce, fintech and artificial intelligence consumer sectors. This webinar will provide an overview of the latest trends in India's booming retail and e-commerce markets. Representatives and experts will offer insights into the trends that are shaping India's retail sector along with information on the country's evolving e-tail sector and growing cross-border business. A 30-minute business advisory consultation will follow the webinar, where expert consultants will offer in-depth advice and information on the burgeoning Indian market.More
Stronger ties with Mainland China and ASEAN and further support for SMEs are key measures in Hong Kong’s 2022-23 spending plans.
25 February 2022
Stronger trade and investment ties with Mainland China and the world at large, boosting the broader trade industry and enhancing the technology sector, especially fintech, were key themes in the Hong Kong Budget for 2022-23, delivered by Paul Chan, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Financial Secretary, on Wednesday.More