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Right on Time
Doki Technologies is revolutionising the smartwatch market – and putting parents’ minds at ease – with a smartwatch for kids.
30 Oct 2017
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Hong Kong Connection Opens Doors Webcast
Adding Hong Kong to its presence in the world’s premier international financial centres has opened doors to regional markets for Equiom, a global provider of trust and corporate services to corporations and high-net-worth individuals.
23 Oct 2017
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Diversity by Design Webcast
When Karbi Chan founded Hong Kong start-up archiparti two years ago, she envisioned transforming the frequently traditional, corporate-focused world of architecture, design and project management.
11 Oct 2017
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Grand Designs
When Hong Kong-based interior designer Suzy Annetta decided to start her quarterly magazine Design Anthology, she knew she wanted to create a publication that she would be inspired by and one that was relevant to Asia and its burgeoning creative scene.
9 Oct 2017
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Chatbots Take off
Offering conversational platforms that can think, reason and communicate like humans, artificial intelligence (AI) start-up Kami is helping businesses automate customer service with its online virtual assistants.
26 Sept 2017
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The Lush Life
Londoner Annabelle Baker moved to Hong Kong four years ago to launch Lush’s first street store in the city, after the UK-based cosmetic retailer’s 10-year partnership with its Hong Kong franchisee ended.
18 Sept 2017
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Hong Kong Adds Up
A mini-United Nations unit can best describe the cultural composition of LMAX Exchange, a London-based multilateral trading facility for foreign-exchange trading.
12 Sept 2017
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The Right Sound
In major cities across Asia, brand image is everything, and creating the right musical ambience is key to establishing a store’s brand identity and attracting prime clients.
5 Sept 2017
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Sustainable Athleisure
To stand out from the crowded athleisure wear market, Hong Kong-based RUMI X has differentiated its product through the use of sustainable fabric.
31 Aug 2017
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naked Ambition
Rather than its established role offering rest and recreation, a new brand of “naked Hubs” is providing a platform to give start-ups their best chance of success.
28 Aug 2017
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Tech Meets Tailoring
Frustrated by the challenge of finding good, tailored clothing for professional women, former banker Sarah Chessis decided to take matters into her own hands.
16 Aug 2017
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Fitness Tech Tester
Offering clients exclusive access to the latest fitness technology, the Pure Fitness Innovation Lab aims to raise the sector’s game: Pure Cardholders can test out and rate the most groundbreaking gadgets and equipment to hit the market.
14 Aug 2017
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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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