Next-generation ICT firms operate in almost every sector but share one attribute – all create a flood of information which calls for nimble hardware and software.
20 April 2020
The most recent edition of XTech, Japan's primary information and communications technology (ICT) event, drew on the sense of national optimism occasioned by the since rescheduled Olympic Games, while also being bolstered by a number of trends that have rejuvenated the sector overall. More
As the post-COVID business environment takes shape, SMEs win further support to expand their technological toolboxes.
14 April 2020
Keeping Hong Kong businesses afloat during the COVID-19 outbreak is at the top of many to-do lists at the moment but looking to the post-outbreak world, and making sure companies can thrive in that new environment, is also receiving attention. More
Cyborgs are taking on more human characteristics – but the reverse can also be true, a Japanese automation show indicates.
06 April 2020
Discerning attendees at the most recent edition of Nepcon Nagoya, a major Japanese biannual electronics exhibition, no doubt came away with a fairly firm grasp of the key automation, robotics and smart technology trends that are set to reshape their respective sectors in the year to come. More
With biotech offering famously narrow market windows, many manufacturers need to go to great lengths to remain truly competitive.
30 March 2020
Viewed as very much a new frontier, the defining characteristics of the biotechnology sector appear to be the sheer breadth of its potential applications and the need for in-depth specialisation to make good on any of its myriad possibilities. More
Hong Kong SMEs are set to roll out their goods and services at a cyber-expo.
30 March 2020
The COVID-19 outbreak has impacted business activity across the globe, with hundreds of exhibitions worldwide being postponed or even cancelled, depriving many companies across the board of opportunities to promote themselves.