Until recently the words “Middle East” simply called to mind a source of mineral energy resources and lengthy history, but recently the region has become a powerhouse of innovative technologies, as well as both a source and destination for investment funds.
ESG is trending among companies globally, helping them go green and achieve sustainable development, but in the eyes of Arthur Lam, CEO and Co-Founder of Hong Kong start-up Negawatt, that is far from enough to make an environmental impact.
Hong Kong will host the eighth Belt and Road Summit next week on 13-14 September, to reflect on the first decade of the Belt and Road Initiative and discuss future business and investment collaboration focused on emerging markets and new sectors, while showcasing Hong Kong’s unique advantages to the global community.
Staff and management costs are persistent pain points for the catering industry. Hong Kong start-up DimOrder has developed a system that covers everything from diners’ orders and check-out to restaurant management and ingredient procurement, letting restaurants implement digital management and streamline operations.
As technological changes bring prospects for disruption, attention is turning to Hong Kong, a global centre of innovation. The HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Autumn Edition) gathers exhibitors and buyers from every sector in the confident expectation of game-changing technologies.
Cyberspace is rapidly supplanting physical space as a business environment. Even successful small firms need to put a lot of effort into navigating this setting, which is not only new, but growing and changing with amazing speed.