A Hong Kong-run solution seeks to address banking pain points for small businesses.
10 January 2019
When you are looking to build a disruptive business, start from the premise of solving a “pain point” experienced by users of traditional players in that sector – so says Hong Kong-based entrepreneur David Rosa, co-founder of local financial services disruptor Neat, who did not have to look further than the banking sector. More
Cash registers ring over the festive season, but the jingle is mainly digital.
03 January 2019
Cash registers jingled healthily for retailers in many of the countries importing goods from Hong Kong over the Christmas shopping period, with one big change from previous years – the bells were digital. More
An optical product maker offers glasses tailored to fit customers’ lifestyle and facial contours from its O2O flagship in Hong Kong.
13 December 2018
Designer eyewear from high-end European and American brands is de rigueur in Hong Kong – but now shoppers have a local option, Khromis, which has a flagship store in Tai Ping Shan Street, Sheung Wan. More
Cruelty-free and vegan, Hong Kong’s first toxin-free deodorant, Zero Yet 100, has hit upon a niche market.
08 November 2018
In a hot, humid and sweat-inducing city like Hong Kong, deodorant is a must-have – but residents-turned-deodorant entrepreneurs Sheetal Avlani and Anita Patel were dissatisfied with the array of products on the market. More