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3D Doodling
Billed as the world’s first 3D printing pen, the 3Doodler allows users to create three-dimensional sketches by heating a single strand of plastic that hardens almost immediately after extrusion.
30 Dec 2015
Engineered by Innovation
Netherlands-based Studio Mango set up its Asia headquarters in Hong Kong in 2011.
24 Dec 2015
Canada’s Innovation University
Named by Maclean’s as Canada’s most innovative place of learning, the University of Waterloo is also billed as a research mecca.
17 Dec 2015
Belt and Road Facilitator Webcast
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) has unveiled a series of measures to help promote China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
9 Dec 2015
Fair Trade
The Competition Commission of Hong Kong was formed following passage of the Competition Ordinance in 2012.
30 Nov 2015
Armed for Success
Mikio Hatta is President of Tokyo-based Hatta & Associates. Established in 1976, the firm specialises in intellectual property and operates with 15 in-house patent attorneys, handling major clients including Nissan Motors, Samsung, Konica Minolta and ZTE.
26 Nov 2015
The Future of 3D Printing is Here
Omer Krieger is General Manager, Asia-Pacific and Japan, of Stratasys AP Ltd, a US company at the forefront of 3D printing innovation for more than 25 years.
19 Nov 2015
The Business of Synergy
Ishu Jain heads the China and Southeast Asia section of the governmental body Invest India. In 2008, Mr Jain moved to Shanghai, China to focus on helping Chinese mainland enterprises investing overseas.
10 Nov 2015
Financial Crime Fighter
David Cope is a partner at KPMG China in Hong Kong, specialising in financial crime compliance and investigations.
3 Nov 2015
Distilling Asian Taste Webcast
Darren Hosie is the Regional Mentoring Manager for Asia at Chivas Brothers.
30 Oct 2015
Patenting Asia
As a leading provider of a wide range of Internet-related technologies, Google maintains a large and diverse patent portfolio overseen by Google's patent team.
20 Oct 2015
Boots on the Ground
Ireland has officially opened its first consulate in Hong Kong, headed by Peter Ryan.
15 Oct 2015
“Flexpats” for Hire
Foreign employees can no longer expect generous expatriate packages while working in the Chinese mainland, according to Thaddaeus Mueller, Director of Hong Kong-based consultancy Fiducia.
12 Oct 2015
Sustainability Champions
Mark Devadason is Global Head of Sustainability for Standard Chartered Bank, in charge of its overall sustainability agenda.
5 Oct 2015
Belt and Road Explained Webcast
China’s new development initiative will potentially transform the economies along the Belt and Road route, according to HKTDC Director of Research Nicholas Kwan, who explains the unique role Hong Kong will play.
23 Sept 2015
Stepping Out in Style
Clarks is celebrating its 190th anniversary in 2015, including four decades in Asia-Pacific, with plans to open 100 stores in the region annually over the next five years.
15 Sept 2015
Tackling Food Security
Hong Kong has been recognised for its work on global food security with Professor Amos PK Tai being awarded the United Nations' World Meteorological Organization Research Award for Young Scientists 2015.
10 Sept 2015
Cultural Dialogue Podcast
The HKTDC Hong Kong Book Fair 2015, in July, attracted more than one million visitors and over 580 exhibitors.
2 Sept 2015
Goodness from Down Under
Famous for its diverse agricultural production, the Australian state of New South Wales returned for the second year to the HKTDC Food Expo, 13-17 August, with a group pavilion.
26 Aug 2015
Bright Spark
Showcased at Hong Kong’s first RISE Technology Conference last month, optical device Sparkup is set to revolutionise the way Chinese children learn English.
20 Aug 2015
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