The HKTDC Food Expo’s global trade show, Food Expo PRO, and Hong Kong International Tea Fair have returned, drawing more than 20,000 buyers from 69 countries and regions, after travel restrictions fell away and participants could taste the food and beverages on offer following a three-year look-but-don't eat hiatus.
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.
InnoClub, a one-stop platform jointly created by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and Hang Seng Bank, recently held a seminar Connecting Upstream and Downstream: Building a Smart Supply Chain with Digital Technology. Supply chain, logistics, operations and procurement managers tackled the supply chain and payment system pain points of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
The HKTDC Hong Kong Watch & Clock Fair, a preeminent timepiece event, offers a chance to clock in and experience a world of business opportunities at! The fair presents an array of complete watches and clocks, parts and components, machinery, equipment, packaging and wearable tech expertise.
The HKTDC Home Delights Expo presents a dazzling array of innovative products and premier brands designed to enhance the taste of life. Public visitors can enjoy an exciting shopping journey and flash offers and also attend a number of fabulous events such as cooking demonstrations by star chefs and product launches.
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is maturing into a key market and investment destination for Hong Kong firms, as well as a source of commodities and capital. Bangkok, capital of Thailand, lies in the heart of this fast-growing region.
The HKTDC Hong Kong International Tea Fair, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is Asia’s premier marketplace for the tea industry, showcasing a variety of high-quality specialty teas and delicate teaware.
Many of the concepts around sustainable business require university-level physical or chemical engineering to understand and generate heated debate even within the green community; busy managers of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) can have a hard time navigating their way to such goals as Net Zero.
Organised by The Law Society of Hong Kong and supported by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), this webinar will invite prominent speakers from the legal profession and a leading e-commerce corporation from Mainland China to share their expertise and experience in regard to electronic commerce under the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement.