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Expat Duo Take Start-up Plunge with Trip Guru
Having moved from Argentina to Hong Kong for work, logistics specialist Sebastian Renzacci enjoyed the privileged lifestyle an executive expat package brings.
8 Aug 2018
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A Breath of Fresh Coffee
Following a lengthy career as a consultant for many household brands, Baniel Cheung decided to turn his hand to “consulting” for his own brand to fulfil his dream – opening a Japanese luxury café, named Kohee (coffee in Japanese).
3 Aug 2018
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Beauty and the Entrepreneur
During her time working as an analyst at a private bank earlier in her career, Phoebe Song routinely dealt with different industries’ research and data.
27 July 2018
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Perfect Time for Tea
With an emphasis on fresh ingredients – all its menu items are made using freshly-brewed tea, fresh milk and fruit – Flamingo Bloom has proved a popular destination for those looking for flavourful healthy beverage options.
19 July 2018
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Bespoke Butler at Your Service
Working 15-hour days in the banking and finance sector left three young Hong Kong entrepreneurs wishing they had a domestic specialist taking care of things at home.
12 July 2018
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Stockholm Lifestyle Brand Expands to Hong Kong
Since establishing the company in 2007, the four co-founders of TRIWA had steadily built an Asian following, predominantly through online sales.
5 July 2018
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Work, Rest and Play
Is this the future of the office set up?
3 July 2018
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Thinking outside the Box
Having newly arrived from France, Chloe Berger and Magali Portes soon discovered that anyone with an eye for opportunity and a head for business can launch an entrepreneurial start-up in Hong Kong.
22 June 2018
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Delivering the Goods of the Future
Online shopping makes life easier in terms of time savings, but the convenience may stop at the delivery.
15 June 2018
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Fintech Goes Bionic
Fintech firm Prive Technologies has developed an award-winning software solution for wealth planning, powered by a bionic advisory engine. But it wants to go further – by joining an accelerator programme organised by a major bank.
4 June 2018
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Fashionably Sustainable
As the second largest industrial polluter on the planet - second only to oil, the global fashion industry has much to do to clean up its act, from responsibly sourcing materials to encouraging consumers to recycle garments.
30 May 2018
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Optimising Spaces
Entrepreneurial ex-lawyers Jacky Lo and Eunice Wong saw for themselves how frustrating it can be for a start-up or smaller SME to find flexible and affordable office space in Hong Kong.
23 May 2018
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Reinventing the Bill
When you take a taxi, you pay cash. That is how everyone has been doing it, until now.
14 May 2018
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The Art of Happiness
A flower-shaped paper sculpture pops up as the tea paper box is opened; a small box for dried fruits turns into a jigsaw puzzle with interesting patterns.
11 May 2018
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Numbers on the Cloud
Providing accounting software for small businesses in more than 40 countries across Asia and over 180 globally, Xero aims to offer an attractive, user-friendly accounting platform that encourages small businesses to make the practice part of their daily day life, says Managing Director Alex Campbell.
7 May 2018
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A Literary Affair
When Arti Mirchandani entered the family business 16 years ago, the second-generation bookseller already had plenty of experience selling books: she grew up spending summer holidays working in the shop Bookazine, which her family started in Hong Kong in 1985.
30 April 2018
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Owning the Experience
Launched in 2016 and 2017 respectively, the German brand’s two car-sharing services – Audi at home and Audi on demand – enable car enthusiasts to live greener by enjoying a driving experience only when they choose to, without having to own the vehicle.
17 April 2018
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Best Foot Forward
An old sporting injury plagued former professional tennis player Eduardo Scherer until he found the problem, and the solution, at the FootBalance booth at the 2015 ISPO Munich International Sports Show.
10 April 2018
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Greetings from Hong Kong
Though her family’s strong ties to the paper industry dates back more than a century, it was motherhood, and wanting a business of her own, that drove Claire Yates to set-up Lion Rock Press in 2013.
4 April 2018
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Writing the Next Chapter
“Everyone says it’s easy to start a business in Hong Kong, but more importantly, how do you get it off the ground?” asks Nicole Denholder.
3 April 2018
 
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