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Real Estate Redefined
Disrupting an industry as conventional as real estate is not for the faint-hearted.
3 Aug 2017
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Plugging into the Indian Market
India is now the world’s top retail investment destination, overtaking China, according to the latest AT Kearney Global Retail Development Index.
27 July 2017
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Reinterpreting Fashion through Art Webcast
FFIXXED STUDIOS is fashion inspired by art.
20 July 2017
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Sustainable by Design
Conceived as an industrial city, Shenzhen is now revamping its design as it transitions into a high-tech urban area.
17 July 2017
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Pedal Power
After successfully launching two successful start-ups – the last-minute hotel booking app, HotelQuickly, and food delivery platform Foodpanda.com – French entrepreneur Raphael Cohen began asking himself what other everyday services would be welcomed in Hong Kong.
6 July 2017
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Ready to Welcome Guests
Targeting busy Airbnb hosts and investment property owners, GuestReady.com was launched simultaneously in August 2016 in Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, London, Paris and Amsterdam.
3 July 2017
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Exquisite Design Shines
When global jewellery brand PANDORA set out to penetrate the Asian market with a bespoke giftware line, Hong Kong design company Thomas Crown & Associates was ready to deliver.
26 June 2017
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Collaborative Workspaces
Co-working spaces are expected to represent 75 per cent of the workforce by 2025.
19 June 2017
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Cleaning Up in Luxury Home Appliances
Swiss luxury home-appliance manufacturer V-ZUG’s first foray overseas was through a distributorship model.
8 June 2017
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The Farm to Table Business
Humphrey Leung spent decades in the electronics and semiconductor business, setting up the Hong Kong-listed company Solomon Systech.
1 June 2017
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Marketing China to the World Webcast
After successfully launching many global brands to Chinese mainland consumers, Hong Kong’s WE Marketing Group is now poised to help mainland multinationals go global.
29 May 2017
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Insuring Success through Innovation
It took a stint living in New York for entrepreneur Michael Chan to realise that Hong Kong needed a user-friendly tool to help make sense of the often mind-boggling range of insurance choices available.
22 May 2017
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Fun at Lego Hong Kong
The company that brought LEGO to Hong Kong was on top of its game when it opened a new flagship store at Langham Place in the city’s Mong Kok district last year.
11 May 2017
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Connected Careers Webcast
When Hong Kong-based senior human resources executive May Chan discovered the difficulties of putting together prospective employees in different Asian territories for Vietnamese, Philippine and Macau hospitality industry clients, she and IT entrepreneur Danny Li decided innovation would be the solution.
5 May 2017
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Start-up Ride
Featuring integrated lights, brake and turn signals, the Lumos Next Generation Bike Helmet is gaining traction in some of the world’s biggest cycling cities, including London and New York.
2 May 2017
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Fast Beauty
When Italian cosmetics brand KIKO MILANO decided to expand to Asia, its founder Stefano Percassi knew that Hong Kong would lead the way.
20 April 2017
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Time Bespoke
Hong Kong is home to one of the world’s largest retail markets for watches.
13 April 2017
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Travel Service at your Fingertips Webcast
Klook Travel founders Eric Gnock Fah, President and COO, originally from Mauritius; Ethan Lin, CEO, from Taiwan; and Bernie Xiong, CTO, from the Chinese mainland, were travel buddies who found that booking flights and hotels for their trips was easy.
10 April 2017
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Design for Life
Founded by Hong Kong native Eric Tong, multidisciplinary design studio Eravolution produces innovative designs inspired by nature, or driven by a social conscience, such as the recyclable UpHold cup, which is formed from a particular set of geometries that enable it to collapse vertically with a twist.
30 March 2017
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Carving a Niche in the Online Food Business
A grounding in the fast-growing online food-ordering and delivery marketplace gave Colombian entrepreneur Camilo Paredes and Canadian Amanda Ernst, the idea to start their own disruptive business in Hong Kong.
23 March 2017
 
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