Marking the resumption of all transport links between Hong Kong and Mainland China, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) has concluded its first full business mission to mainland cities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) since border restrictions ended.
The Hong Kong Sports and Leisure Expo presents a variety of sports and leisure brands, products and experiences, along with a number of free trials for visitors to enjoy, providing a new shopping and leisure experience and a fun summer activity for all ages.
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) began running its SmartHK programme in major cities in Mainland China (including Guangzhou, Jinan, Chengdu, Fuzhou and Hangzhou) in 2011. This year's SmartHK is the first large-scale HKTDC in the mainland since border reopening with Mainland China. It is of special significance to connect enterprises from the two places.
As the post-pandemic world takes shape, exhibitors and buyers are flocking back to physical exhibitions. At the same time, lifestyle and licensing-product suppliers are adapting to profound shifts in buyers’ tastes and priorities.
The 25th Beijing-Hong Kong Economic Cooperation Symposium late last year was themed "Integrating into the new pattern, creating a new chapter in cooperation" and was held in hybrid online-physical mode letting participants join without leaving their own cities.
As the world enters a new era of technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and fifth-generation (5G) telecoms, the microelectronics and semiconductor industries are developing rapidly. Tiny integrated circuits, known as chiplets, are now expected to gradually replace chips to meet market demand.
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 webinar will explore the prospects presented in Vietnam, a leading member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). The five speakers include Pavel Poskakukhin, the Associate Director of Deloitte South East Asia. Deloitte Vietnam is a pioneer in the Advisory and Audit industry with 30 years of experience in the Vietnam market, is part of the Deloitte Global network. Deloitte Vietnam has more than 1,000 professional staff in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City offices. He will be joined by Brian Wong, Chinese Services Group Director, Deloitte South East Asia.
In order to accelerate the integration of information and communication technology (ICT) to create an intelligent manufacturing industry, Hong Kong-based innovation and technology company Nexsen sees Industry 4.0 as an opportunity to actively expand into offshore markets.
Sales of consumer goods such as watches and clothing serve as a gauge for the economy. The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic made consumers cautious, but now, as markets begin to recover, Hong Kong watch brand Glitzy Owl, which initially rolled out in Japan and Taiwan last year, is setting sights on its home market.
To mitigate the impact of the trade dispute between Mainland China and the United States, many Hong Kong and mainland companies are optimising supply chains by adjusting their production strategies to reduce exposure to punitive tariffs.