Launched in 2011 by designer Min Liu, Ms MIN is generating buzz in China for seamlessly incorporating Chinese aesthetic elements into its modern womenswear line.
Ms MIN will take part in CENTRESTAGE ELITES on September 5 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.More
International SOS is in the business of saving lives, explains Lim Hui Ject (General Manager, Sales and Marketing, Asia). Ject believes that the firm has an edge in helping clients manage risk, thanks to the expertise they have developed in Hong Kong. The medical and travel security services firm also looks forward to supporting businesses moving overseas along the Belt and Road. More
In this podcast, Neal Beatty, Partner and General Manager of Control Risks in Hong Kong, sheds light on the city’s advantages as a base for global risks consultancy firms. A key area of growth for the company, according to Beatty, lies in serving Chinese mainland firms coming to Hong Kong in search of professional services. Control Risks has also seen mainland companies place more attention on infrastructure projects as a result of the Belt and Road Initiative.More
Georgia, with its strategic location at the crossroads between China and Europe, is becoming a promising trading partner for Hong Kong as the free trade agreement between the two will enter into force by the end of 2018. Thanks to its open and business-friendly environment, as well as a vision to transform into a regional logistic and industrial hub, Georgia offers Hong Kong businesses great promise for trade and investment.More
In November 2017, Sophia became the world's first robot to be granted citizenship. Sophia's creator Dr David Hanson of Hanson Robotics Limited believes Hong Kong is the best location to develop robots, thanks to its level of innovation, vigorous investment community and access to affordable manufacturing. The wider Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area will also be a key arena for the transition towards the fifth industrial revolution, explains Dr Hanson.More
Outblaze Limited was founded in 1998 when global internet penetration was around 3%. Today, the firm develops powerful digital media and web products from offices in Hong Kong, Vancouver and Finland. In this podcast, founder and CEO Yat Siu explores how diversity is key to innovation, while also touching on the benefits of integrating the region’s technology companies through initiatives like the Belt and Road.
Southeast Asia is emerging as an increasingly significant space for special risks management consultancy firms like Blackpanda, says CEO Gene Yu. Yu and his co-founder, who are both former US Army Special Forces officers, started Blackpanda in response to a demand signal for security services in emerging, frontier markets. Working out of Hong Kong enables the firm to capture opportunities generated by the Belt and Road Initiative.More
The Hong Kong Book Fair made the summer of 2018 a romantic one. With the theme of the year “Romantic Literature”, this popular event showcased in the thematic exhibition “Love between the Lines”, featuring famous Hong Kong romance novel writers before and after 1990s.
The 29th edition of the Hong Kong Book Fair held concurrently with the 2nd edition of the Hong Kong Sports and Leisure Expo from 18 to 24 July 2018, offering the public a one-stop fairground for empowering mind and body.More
As Belt and Road opportunities continue to grow, so will the demand for transcription services, says the founder of Scribe Intelligence. In this podcast, Christopher Choi explains how his start-up applies artificial intelligence (AI) to make audio-to-text conversion faster and more precise. Scribe Intelligence aims to leverage the opportunities offered by the Initiative, and envisions becoming an industry leader in Asia with the support of Zeroth.AI.
Now is the tipping point for artificial intelligence (AI), says CEO Keith Ramjan. Fitoneum.com is a client of start-up accelerator Zeroth.AI, and has developed a smart workout mirror that provides feedback in real time. Launching in Hong Kong allows Ramjan to draw from an internationally-minded pool of professionals in sectors like marketing, design and user experience. More broadly,the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area will make it easier for businesses to leverage the strengths of each regionMore