Hong Kong showcased its innovation and technology (I&T) strengths at three fairs last week, including the first-ever InnoEX co-organised by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), held concurrently with the Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) and Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition).
The first-ever InnoEX, jointly organised by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), which is running in conjunction with the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair (Spring Edition) and HKTDC Hong Kong International Lighting Fair (Spring Edition).
Small and medium-sized enterprises often believe AI is out of their reach and belongs to large firms. But SMEs have an even greater need for machine-learning solutions. As AI applications such as ChatGPT grow, the massive range of possible applications becomes clear. From graphic design to augmented reality models, advertising to copywriting, all these tasks can be done within one click. To SMEs with limited resources, AI saves lots of time and money while boosting productivity significantly. The Digital Academy is running a series of webinars on deploying AI for SMEs.
The key role of Hong Kong has always been that of connector – between Mainland China and the world, and between East Asia and the world; disruptions brought by the COVID-19 pandemic and global upheaval brought the need to strengthening this role.
The inaugural InnoEX, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and Hong Kong SAR Government, offers exhibitors and visitors a chance to explore the next business opportunity at the premier platform for smart city innovation and technology commercialisation. Make your visit to discover next-generation strategies that provide a clear path towards brighter, smarter cities of tomorrow.
As Hong Kong reopens its doors to Mainland China and the world at large, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) will roll out a full season of global trade fairs and conferences, coupled with a plethora of overseas promotions, to create opportunities for the Hong Kong, mainland and international business communities.
Digitalisation is transforming Hong Kong’s traditional pillar industries – such as finance, trade, professional services and property. At the same time the city is seeking to further diversify its economy and is placing innovation & technology (I&T) front-and-centre in its development plans.
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, the 23rd Hong Kong Forum returned as an in-person event, while the sessions were also livestreamed to engage the wider global community. The Forum, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), serves as the annual flagship event of the Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide (FHKBAW).
Inspired by the heat-resistant silver ants found in the Sahara Desert, Hong Kong start-up i2Cool Technology has developed iPaint, a patented cooling paint that can greatly reduce building power consumption and accelerate the city’s efforts to achieve carbon neutrality.
The global digital currency market is worth more than US$1 trillion and with many merchants now accepting digital currencies, encrypted wallet security is firmly in the spotlight. A Hong Kong-based technology company launched an innovative patent-pending solution this year that can efficiently and securely manage digital assets. Leading global banks and professional investors have quickly adopted the technology.
Explore a world of cutting-edge smart-city solutions and information and communications technology (ICT) applications across all sectors at the HKTDC International ICT Expo. Learn about the next-generation strategies that can provide a clearer path towards the brighter, smarter cities of tomorrow.
The Hong Kong business community has welcomed authorities’ move to relax COVID-19 prevention requirements for arrivals, who from 12 August will need to stay in a quarantine hotel for three days followed by four days of self-isolation.