Innovative technology allows quick, low-cost 3D printing for demanding industrial applications.
22 January 2019
Tilita George Alexandru, who came from Bucharest, Romania in 2012 to take a doctoral degree at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) is living proof that Hong Kong is suitable for the development of start-ups. More
The overall level of Christmas spend in 2017 and 2018 stayed constant at about US$225 each but consumers seek durable necessities, such as smartphones and tablets.
08 January 2019
While, on the surface, it would seem that Christmas spending has plateaued in Russia – with the 2018 per-consumer spend of US$225 almost identical to that of 2017 – the figures alone do not reflect the underlying change in buying patterns. More
The 2019 Asian Financial Forum focuses on innovation, launching the new FinTech Showcase.
02 January 2019
Finance has been a pillar of Hong Kong’s economy for many years – visitors are always impressed by the glass towers of the Bank of China, HSBC and Bank of East Asia buildings which dominate the Central skyline.
In an industry known for jumbled communications, this solution tracks goods from the factory to the outlet.
24 December 2018
The fragmented and out-of-date information and communications technology used in the logistics industry, and efforts to rectify it, are common themes at industry forums, such as the Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference.
As cross-border online purchases gain momentum, a Hong Kong fintech firm helps SMEs gather enough operating capital to seize opportunities.
21 November 2018
As demand among global consumers for cross-border online purchases continues to grow exponentially, Qupital – a fintech firm based in Hong Kong which helps businesses raise cash against unpaid invoices – has expanded its services to help local e-commerce merchants and small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) access financial loans and advances through its trade-finance platform. More