New Zealand online accounting software firm Xero opens first office in Hong Kong.
07 May 2018
Providing accounting software for small businesses in more than 40 countries across Asia and over 180 globally, Xero aims to offer an attractive, user-friendly accounting platform that encourages small businesses to make the practice part of their daily day life, says Managing Director Alex Campbell. More
Hong Kong’s homegrown bookshop has bucked the diminishing trend of bricks and mortar stores by expanding product lines and championing local artists.
30 April 2018
When Arti Mirchandani entered the family business 16 years ago, the second-generation bookseller already had plenty of experience selling books: she grew up spending summer holidays working in the shop Bookazine, which her family started in Hong Kong in 1985. More
Luxury German carmaker Audi is tapping into Hong Kong’s sharing economy and the city’s social sensibilities with its premium mobility services.
17 April 2018
Launched in 2016 and 2017 respectively, the German brand’s two car-sharing services – Audi at home and Audi on demand – enable car enthusiasts to live greener by enjoying a driving experience only when they choose to, without having to own the vehicle.More
As a city of walkers, Hong Kong proved the ideal base for Footlab to expand its customised insole business.
10 April 2018
An old sporting injury plagued former professional tennis player Eduardo Scherer until he found the problem, and the solution, at the FootBalance booth at the 2015 ISPO Munich International Sports Show. More
Hong Kong entrepreneur Claire Yates creates whimsical stationery products that borrow from her East-West background.
04 April 2018
Though her family’s strong ties to the paper industry dates back more than a century, it was motherhood, and wanting a business of her own, that drove Claire Yates to set-up Lion Rock Press in 2013. More