Manufacturing Experience Sharing Series: “Expansion of business operation in Indonesia” was held on 25 Apr 2019 to introduce the economic environment & investment opportunities and to brief the useful tips on setting up manufacturing operation in Indonesia.
Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, CENTRESTAGE is set to nurture new fashion deesign talent and fashion brands, thus reinforces Hong Kong’s position as Asia’s fashion capital.
Held at the iconic landmark Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from 4-7 September 2019, join this year’s captivating fashion event and discover what it takes to succeed – in the Asian market and beyond.
Carl-Johan Forssén Ehrlin is a global best selling author of ‘The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep’ and ‘Brave Morris A Week Upside Down’. The Rabbit book was the first self-published book ever to become a No. 1 Amazon bestseller, and in 5 different countries at the same. He talks about the topics of his books related to his passion for helping people and his background, that he will be discussing at the 2019 Book Fair, as well as his upcoming trip to Hong Kong.
Emma Newman is an author and audiobook narrator. She won the British Fantasy Society Best Short Story Award 2015 for “A Woman’s Place” in the 221 Baker Streets anthology. Her fourth novel ‘Atlas Alone’ has just been published on 16 April 2019. Ms Newman speaks about the art of worldbuilding and a story about an real audiobook narrator for the 2019 Book Fair.
Will Dean is an author of ‘Dark Pines’ and ‘Red Snow’. He moved to Sweden with his wife and lived in his self-built cabin. His bestselling debut thriller ‘Dark Pines’ was chosen for ITV’s Zoe Ball Book Club and shortlisted for the Hearst Big Book Award Crime novel of the Year, The Guardian’s Not The Booker Prize, and the National Book Awards. In this summer 2019 HKTDC Hong Kong Book Fair, Mr Dean will come and talk about his immersive fiction and how a novel is more powerful than movies. More
Finding the right room temperature can turn into a year-long struggle in air-conditioned commercial spaces. Dr Abraham Lam saw an opportunity to bring his smart city ideas to life, and went on to found what is now one of Hong Kong’s leading building automation systems providers. In this podcast, Dr Lam explains what he’s learned along his journey from PhD to start-up CEO.More
Feeling burnt out? Without Limited has come up with a convenient, creative way to help city dwellers slow down and strike a mindful balance. Founder Hercules Chan sat down with the HKTDC at Entrepreneur Day 2019 to explain how their mental health app Void makes a difference.More
US-based CallisonRTKL established its planning, architecture and design practice in Hong Kong to connect mainland China operations with the rest of the region, according to the firm’s Darryl Custer. He says as Hong Kong is at the centre for Asian business, its US practices have contributed to innovative healthcare solutions for hospitals, for example, while it recently provided distinctive design for expanding mainland companies like Duty Zero. More
In its new era of economic and social reforms, Saudi Arabia has embarked on a radical transition under Vision 2030, working to upgrade its image and diversify its economy from oil. Specifically, investors and services suppliers are advised to take a closer look at sector-focused developments and opportunities in leisure and tourism, construction and education.More
Hong Kong teen Jordan Fung launched his first start-up when he was just 9 years old. Today, he is the CEO and Founder of Pedosa Group, an award-winning tech and digital media company that operates across the US, Europe and Hong Kong. The HKTDC caught up with Mr Fung at Entrepreneur Day 2019 to find out what keeps him going in the face of setbacks.More