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Blog Search Engine Notey Ramps up Content Creation
With more than 150 million blogs on the Internet, it can be difficult to find content best suited to you.
7 Sept 2018
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Design the “Possible Mission” from “Mission Impossible”
It is always said: “Do not buy a pig in a poke.”
30 Aug 2018
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The Spaceman Cometh – Bearing Furniture
After operating in Singapore since 2011, space-saving furniture brand Spaceman found it was fielding increasing numbers of enquiries from Hong Kong.
23 Aug 2018
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Have Chatbot, Will Hire
By connecting employers with candidates via social media and using chatbots, Talkpush is changing the way firms recruit staff.
16 Aug 2018
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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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