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2020 pivot year
Looking back on 2020 as we clear the threshold into 2021, most would certainly describe the past 12 months as the Year of COVID-19 since the pandemic occupied all news feeds and minds.
21 Jan 2021
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Greater Bay Area prospects perk up
Autumn was already giving way to spring in the minds of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area businesses in the fourth quarter of last year, the GBA Business Confidence Index (GBAI) indicates.
14 Jan 2021
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Healthy hot meals at a distance
Office-worker dining is an integral part of the social scene in Hong Kong.
7 Jan 2021
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Hong Kong numbers add up
Hong Kong was always part of the regional expansion strategy envisioned by Lawrence Chai, Founder of Singapore-headquartered corporate service provider 3E Accounting Group, and he was not about to be deterred by the COVID-19 pandemic.
31 Dec 2020
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AFF looks to digital future
As the COVID-19 pandemic drives change across the world, the financial industry has been far from immune. The steady march of digitalisation which had been reshaping the global financial world has turned into a sprint.
24 Dec 2020
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Hong Kong open for IP business
Walk half a block down any street in the Central business district of Hong Kong and you will pass people from two dozen countries and regions.
17 Dec 2020
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Festive cheer for beverage business
The beverage business can raise a glass to consumers in Mainland China where, despite restrictions on social gatherings earlier this year amid the COVID-19 outbreak, consumption of wines and spirits is growing.
10 Dec 2020
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Content fairs go digital
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) had to think on its feet and move quickly to adapt early this year as the COVID-19 pandemic put an end to international travel and even movement between Hong Kong and Mainland China.
3 Dec 2020
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Hong Kong SMEs win policy support
The Chairman of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) Dr Peter K N Lam on Wednesday welcomed the economic support measures to help Hong Kong’s small-and-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) unveiled in the latest Policy Address by the city’s leader.
26 Nov 2020
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Digital fast track
The lifetime which has passed since the invention of the transistor in Bell Labs, New Jersey, more than 70 years ago has seen profound changes on both the largest scale – spacecraft have ventured beyond the Solar System – and smallest – vast libraries can be compressed into a device smaller than a pen.
19 Nov 2020
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Surviving under microscope
Pressure on business performance as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and Sino-US trade tensions has, along with intense interest in environmental, social and governance (ESG) concerns among regulators and stakeholders, have placed companies, both public and private, under the microscope.
12 Nov 2020
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Power-sharing finds takers
Food, shelter and mobile data are the fundamental commodities humans need to survive but ever-increasing complexity of mobile devices means that ensuring access to the last one – mobile data – creates an ever-rising demand for power.
5 Nov 2020
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Ecopreneurs launch disappearing shopping bag
Extra packaging might be around for a while in the post-COVID era but a new Hong Kong start-up has launched a biodegradable, water-soluble alternative to plastic bags and wrapping which could be a game-changer in the war against waste.
29 Oct 2020
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Promising business prospects in Indonesia
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) bloc is now Hong Kong’s second-largest trading partner, behind Mainland China.
22 Oct 2020
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Architect builds mainland client base
Building a network of customers and participating in large-scale projects are some of the greatest challenges new architectural design companies face.
15 Oct 2020
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Travel industry prepares for relaunch
As the COVID-19 pandemic slashed international travel to near-zero for several months and local lockdowns crimped domestic options, tourism has been one of the hardest-hit industries.
8 Oct 2020
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Putting detail into retail
Retailers designing selling spaces need to decide which items to put in the most conspicuous positions, how to place regularly priced products and which customer group to target.
30 Sept 2020
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Save a watt, earn a watt
Tot up the costs of any item or service and you quickly find that energy is a key component.
24 Sept 2020
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Cupid switches to digital arrows
With a presence in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia, lunch-dating agency Lunch Actually deploys a matching algorithm that has successfully played cupid to more than 4,500 couples to date, Co-founder and CEO Violet Lim said.
17 Sept 2020
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Disinfection booth makes clean sweep
While most of the world continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, a Hong Kong company is helping to meet the need by offering what it believes to be the world's first “mobile, smart disinfection channel”.
10 Sept 2020
 
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