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US hospitality free-thinker lights up Hong Kong
With food and beverage (F&B) in his DNA, New Yorker Daryl Scott followed the call of Asia to establish his unique style of entertainment venues.
16 May 2019
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Start-up skates higher
Innovative products and services launched by Hong Kong start-ups have begun to up-end traditional industries.
9 May 2019
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Where there’s a will, there’s a way
Drawing up a will is a commonplace task in Europe and the United States – about four in 10 adults have a will in the US while 45% of the United Kingdom population has made one – but having this paperwork in place remains a low priority for many Asians.
2 May 2019
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Hong Kong picked as accelerator launch-pad
Fintech is a key growth area for economies connected with the Belt and Road Initiative − and Hong Kong is the ideal place for developers to base themselves, Joe Seunghyun Cho, co-founder and CEO of fintech start-up LATTICE80, believes.
25 April 2019
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On track for the next chapter
For more than a century, Hong Kong’s beloved “ding ding” trams have ambled through the city streets at a leisurely pace.
17 April 2019
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Gauging pulse of marketing world
The tech-savvy and big-spending 20-somethings and teenagers of Mainland China were in the spotlight at the Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s (HKTDC) MarketingPulse conference, held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
11 April 2019
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Innovators light up electronics shows
Manufacturers and service providers are eager to meet the demand for smart-city goods and services as the concept moves from policymakers’ forums into the real world, and the associated technologies leave the laboratory and go on to streets and into buildings.
3 April 2019
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Private jet service taking off
Holding increasing appeal to travellers keen to enjoy a more stress-free, upscale experience in the air – and reach destinations quicker by cutting out lengthy airport security checks – Malta-based private-jet firm VistaJet has arranged flights to more than 187 countries worldwide since its inception in 2004.
28 March 2019
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Fast-tracking fintech innovation
Analysts agree that the banking sector will soon look very different as new technologies overturn centuries of practice.
21 March 2019
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Experience Hong Kong, naturally
Spring is a wonderful season to go out and about in Hong Kong, as mild days and clear blue skies showcase the natural environment at its finest.
14 March 2019
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HKTDC supports enterprises’ global diversification
Enterprises need forward thinking and agility to identify breakthrough opportunities.
7 March 2019
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Driving innovation in Hong Kong
Hong Kong-headquartered INFINITI, the luxury-car division of Japan’s Nissan Motors, has found it is “reaping the benefits” of establishing an accelerator programme for promising start-ups in the city more than three years ago.
28 Feb 2019
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Factories spring back to life
In the 1970s the world knew Hong Kong as a trusted manufacturing hub for industries such as clothing, textiles, electronics, toys and watches.
21 Feb 2019
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Start-up hits high note in Hong Kong
As a hobby guitarist back home in Berlin, Florian Simmendinger – co-founder of high-growth music tech start-up Soundbrenner – had endured the tedium of practising with a metronome.
14 Feb 2019
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Dialling a Meal Delights Diners
Without leaving their desks, hungry office workers can summon a healthy lunch, or order a restaurant dinner to arrive moments after they reach home –with just a few taps of a finger.
8 Feb 2019
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Careers Expo Draws Crowds
Interested in commanding a ship from the bridge, driving an earth mover on a construction site or finding out how to learn to speak English in Golden Prague?
31 Jan 2019
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App Streamlines Tutor Hunt
Whether it is language lessons or music tuition, finding the right tutor or an inspiring institution for your child can be challenging – which is where the We Kiddoos app comes in.
24 Jan 2019
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Licensing Takes Manufacturers up Value Chain
As shoppers shift from strolling high streets and malls to scrolling screens in their living rooms, many manufacturers are seizing the opportunity to move up the value chain, and turn to licensing.
17 Jan 2019
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Fintech Start-up Spots SME Gap
When you are looking to build a disruptive business, start from the premise of solving a “pain point” experienced by users of traditional players in that sector – so says Hong Kong-based entrepreneur David Rosa, co-founder of local financial services disruptor Neat, who did not have to look further than the banking sector.
10 Jan 2019
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Jolly Christmas for Exporters
Cash registers jingled healthily for retailers in many of the countries importing goods from Hong Kong over the Christmas shopping period, with one big change from previous years – the bells were digital.
3 Jan 2019
 
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