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Start-up Express: A Journey to Success Multimedia
Organized by Hong Kong Trade Development Council and Hong Kong Foundation, the new incubation programme Start-up Express, providing opportunities for Start-ups with strong desire to enter global Markets. Twenty finalists were presenting their ideas and 10 winners are entitled to participate a series of capability building, networking, experience sharing and top-notch marketing initiatives, to expand their network and business.
Multimedia 16 Oct 2018
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Building a Global Fashion Brand in the Greater Bay Area Multimedia
“We want to create the future of activewear” says Simon Kuong, CEO of Global Branding Company and founder of ANIFA. Kuong brought ANIFA’s latest collection to CENTRESTAGE 2018, where the futuristic label joined local and overseas exhibitors at the METRO zone. From its prime position in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area, the brand is able to draw on manufacturing expertise in the Chinese mainland while also capitalising on Hong Kong’s pool of clothing industry talent.
Multimedia 12 Oct 2018
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In Style • Hong Kong - Vietnam Multimedia
Major events under the “In Style • Hong Kong” mega promotion in Ho Chi Minh City, including a Symposium that highlighted Hong Kong’s professional services, an Expo that showcased products from Hong Kong’s leading brands, and a Gala Dinner that forged closer ties between business communities from Hong Kong and Vietnam.
Multimedia 11 Oct 2018
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Asia's Anchor for Actuarial Expertise Multimedia
The Belt and Road Initiative is spurring demand for actuarial services in the region, says JPWALL Senior Partner Duncan Spooner. The firm is keen to leverage this momentum to diversify its client base, and views Hong Kong as a centre for the actuarial market in Asia. More broadly, Spooner believes the Initiative paves the way for more Asian companies to expand their reach in the global market.
Multimedia 5 Oct 2018
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Asian Aesthetics Take CENTRESTAGE Multimedia
Asia’s premier fashion event CENTRESTAGE was held 5-8 September 2018 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. In its third edition, the four-day extravaganza’s highlight opening gala show CENTRESTAGE ELITES featured three renowned Asian brands FACETASM, IDISM and Ms MIN, and attracted the largest number of exhibitors ever, reinforcing Hong Kong’s role as the Asia’s fashion capital.
Multimedia 10 Sept 2018
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FACETASM: Euphoric Fashion Multimedia
Award-winning Japanese streetwear label FACETASM will present its latest collection at the opening gala show CENTRESTAGE ELITES. CENTRESTAGE will be held from 5 to 8 September at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Multimedia 30 Aug 2018
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IDISM: DRESS TO EXPRESS Multimedia
IDISM was launched in Hong Kong to cater to the spontaneous lifestyle of the contemporary city woman. The fashion label is included in this year’s lineup for CENTRESTAGE ELITES. CENTRESTAGE runs from 5 to 8 September at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Multimedia 30 Aug 2018
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Ms MIN: RED-HOT Multimedia
Launched in 2011 by designer Min Liu, Ms MIN is generating buzz in China for seamlessly incorporating Chinese aesthetic elements into its modern womenswear line. Ms MIN will take part in CENTRESTAGE ELITES on September 5 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Multimedia 30 Aug 2018
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Travel Security Solutions for Businesses Entering New Markets Multimedia
International SOS is in the business of saving lives, explains Lim Hui Ject (General Manager, Sales and Marketing, Asia). Ject believes that the firm has an edge in helping clients manage risk, thanks to the expertise they have developed in Hong Kong. The medical and travel security services firm also looks forward to supporting businesses moving overseas along the Belt and Road.
Multimedia 24 Aug 2018
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Meeting China’s Evolving Special Risks Needs Multimedia
In this podcast, Neal Beatty, Partner and General Manager of Control Risks in Hong Kong, sheds light on the city’s advantages as a base for global risks consultancy firms. A key area of growth for the company, according to Beatty, lies in serving Chinese mainland firms coming to Hong Kong in search of professional services. Control Risks has also seen mainland companies place more attention on infrastructure projects as a result of the Belt and Road Initiative.
Multimedia 17 Aug 2018
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Made in Hong Kong - Sophia the Robot Multimedia
In November 2017, Sophia became the world's first robot to be granted citizenship. Sophia's creator Dr David Hanson of Hanson Robotics Limited believes Hong Kong is the best location to develop robots, thanks to its level of innovation, vigorous investment community and access to affordable manufacturing. The wider Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area will also be a key arena for the transition towards the fifth industrial revolution, explains Dr Hanson.
Multimedia 10 Aug 2018
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The Digital Silk Road Opens New Doors for Tech Companies Multimedia
Outblaze Limited was founded in 1998 when global internet penetration was around 3%. Today, the firm develops powerful digital media and web products from offices in Hong Kong, Vancouver and Finland. In this podcast, founder and CEO Yat Siu explores how diversity is key to innovation, while also touching on the benefits of integrating the region’s technology companies through initiatives like the Belt and Road.
Multimedia 3 Aug 2018
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Security Services Primed for Belt and Road Projects Multimedia
Southeast Asia is emerging as an increasingly significant space for special risks management consultancy firms like Blackpanda, says CEO Gene Yu. Yu and his co-founder, who are both former US Army Special Forces officers, started Blackpanda in response to a demand signal for security services in emerging, frontier markets. Working out of Hong Kong enables the firm to capture opportunities generated by the Belt and Road Initiative.
Multimedia 27 July 2018
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Asia's Source for Smart Transcription Multimedia
As Belt and Road opportunities continue to grow, so will the demand for transcription services, says the founder of Scribe Intelligence. In this podcast, Christopher Choi explains how his start-up applies artificial intelligence (AI) to make audio-to-text conversion faster and more precise. Scribe Intelligence aims to leverage the opportunities offered by the Initiative, and envisions becoming an industry leader in Asia with the support of Zeroth.AI.
Multimedia 20 July 2018
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Hong Kong as Asia’s Incubator for AI Start-ups Multimedia
The potential for artificial intelligence (AI) to transform almost all industries is what makes it so exciting, says the Managing Partner of Zeroth.AI. Tak Lo hopes the company can help position Hong Kong as the first location for launching AI start-ups in Asia, and believes the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Bay Area can help by bringing together the best that each region has to offer.
Multimedia 6 July 2018
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Belt and Road Summit 2018: Cyberport’s Digital Dividend Multimedia
With over 1,000 tech companies and start-ups, Hong Kong Cyberport is a Hong Kong ICT leader and hub for the “Digital Silk Road”, said Chairman Dr Lee George Lam. Speaking beside the Belt and Road Summit, he said Cyberport start-ups offer a full range of new technologies including AI while Hong Kong as a leading financial technology centre is set to assist the rest of the Belt and Road market.
Multimedia 28 June 2018
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Belt and Road Summit 2018: Hong Kong’s Prime Role for “Risk” Multimedia
Hong Kong’s legal, regulatory and institutional framework can particularly help manage Belt and Road infrastructure finance risks, says Mark Moseley. Speaking beside the Belt and Road Summit 2018, the CEO of G-20-led Global Infrastructure Hub says Belt and Road projects require risk allocation, mitigation and dispute resolution – all of which Hong Kong can provide.
Multimedia 28 June 2018
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How To Startup for The Belt and Road Multimedia
Hong Kong digital transcription service Scribe Intelligence sees huge opportunities in artificial intelligence under the Belt and Road Initiative. Founder Christopher Choi aspires to dominate the transcription business in Asia – thanks to help from Hong Kong startup incubator, Zeroth.AI. It’s a programme that provides initial investment, help in finding additional financing as well as extensive advice and support, says Zeroth.AI’s Tak Lo.
Multimedia 22 June 2018
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Powering AI for Belt and Road Health Multimedia
A Hong Kong company billed as Asia’s first Artificial Intelligence (AI) incubator is making waves in the global start-up scene. Zeroth.AI runs an early stage funding programme for various start-up sectors including physical fitness. Managing Partner Tak Lo says he would like to see Hong Kong generated AI solutions tackle health issues in Belt and Road Initiative countries, where healthcare infrastructure may be lacking.
Multimedia 21 June 2018
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Hong Kong on the PULSE of MARKETING Multimedia
MarketingPulse has emerged as Asia’s premier conference for marketers and brands. The debut event, organised by the HKTDC on 21 March 2018 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, attracted more than 1,200 corporate executives, marketing and advertising agency representatives and brand representatives from around the world.
Multimedia 26 March 2018
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