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Hong Kong Techtopia
From start-up in 2004 by Australian brothers Aaron and Matt Fidler (CEO and Chief Marketing Officer respectively), with Irish partner Stevie Bell as Design and Engineering Director, Furrion has grown to become a global leader of innovative products and solutions for the specialty vehicle market.
30 Jan 2018
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Optimising Online Channels for SMEs
While working for Yahoo in Hong Kong, digital marketing specialists Angie Chung and Charlene Ree recognised the unrealised potential for SMEs to grow their business by leveraging online channels.
24 Jan 2018
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Traversing the New Silk Road
From oversize equipment to dangerous cargo, across continents and thousands of kilometres, no job is too big to handle for Hong Kong-headquartered Air Rail and Truck (A.R.T.) Logistics.
22 Jan 2018
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Breathe Easy
Clean air is among the biggest global health challenges, but air pollution not only exists outdoors – indoor air tainted by dust and toxic household substances can be just as hazardous to health.
11 Jan 2018
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Space Makers
Home to the world’s most expensive homes and offices, and perennially among the world’s most expensive retail property, Hong Kong’s real estate development is not for the faint-hearted.
5 Jan 2018
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Dream Weaver
Australian designer Ashley Sutton knows something about making spaces that crowds flock to.
27 Dec 2017
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Toy Story
Set up in 2010, Bioserie started out making phone covers using bioplastics, which are made from organic biomass sources.
14 Dec 2017
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Cool Culture Served Hot
The JIA Group of restaurants has earned a reputation as a home for fine-dining and art for both established artists and emerging local talent.
5 Dec 2017
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Virtual Worlds, Real Rewards Webcast
Jumping zombies and screeching ghouls are just a few of the spooky surprises IDE Production and ICE Production exhibited at the 2017 edition of the HKTDC Hong Kong International Film and TV Market (FILMART).
28 Nov 2017
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Intelligent Movement
As one of a body of clinicians meeting the demand for allied health therapies, Colin Symmonds saw an opportunity for a more collaborative approach.
21 Nov 2017
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Lighting up Asia’s World City Webcast
In January 2004, Hong Kong’s iconic skyline lit up for the debut of Symphony of Lights, one of the world’s largest multimedia light and sound shows.
16 Nov 2017
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Buoyant Business
Like many new parents, Paulina Chu and husband Frédéric Gooris found that many baby products on the market didn’t really work with their home.
13 Nov 2017
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A Winning Partnership Webcast
Whether triggered by man or nature, the catastrophic blazes in California’s Napa Valley in October were a stark reminder of the dangerous unpredictability of wildfires.
2 Nov 2017
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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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