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.
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.
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), HSBC and the Greater Bay Area Business School recently organised a seminar to help service professionals enter the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), at which industry experts analysed demand for services and how individuals and firms could seize opportunities.
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).
Architectural models – complete with realistic looking trees, toy cars and tiny model pedestrians – are often used to promote large-scale building projects but have limited utility for building planning, as well as designing and executing upgrades of existing projects as the real-size replica is expensive and the precision requirement is hard to achieve..
Easy BUD, a simplified application process for the government’s Dedicated Fund on Branding, Upgrading and Domestic Sales (BUD Fund), was launched last month to cut the processing time for applications.
The sixth edition of Start-up Express, an entrepreneurship development programme organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), wound up this week as the finalists made their live, in-person pitches.
Across the world most people allocate the bulk of their earnings to home purchases and home-loan financing – only to find, when they reach their golden years, that their home is hard to turn into the silver they need for daily living.
Social commerce is a well-established concept – the term appeared nearly two decades ago – but this branch of e-commerce is continually evolving, leaving marketing and sales professionals navigating through a shifting maze.
Three decades ago a young scientist working at CERN, the international nuclear research facility that straddles the French-Swiss border, proposed solving the problem of sharing the vast amount of data his field generated by linking text mark-up with the Internet, which at that stage was little-known outside academic and military circles.