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Springboard to China
When London, Ontario-based Ivey Business School landed in Hong Kong in 1998, it was a “bold decision” then to take the school’s distinct brand of EMBA and executive education offshore.
28 April 2015
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Have App, Will Travel
Captivating articles and photography in magazines, travel guides and blogs frequently inspire people to seek new destinations.
23 April 2015
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Styling Hong Kong
Multi-disciplinary design practice ID Hong Kong has been injecting a dash of chic to the interiors of Hong Kong’s restaurants and bars.
14 April 2015
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Authentic Americana Webcast
A recent restaurant renovation highlighted what keeps diehard fans of Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill coming back.
2 April 2015
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Sustainable Style
With a newly installed boutique on Hollywood Road and a host of luxury resorts selling its collections, Hong Kong jeweller niin also counts fashion royalty among its fans: supermodel Kate Moss was snapped sporting niin’s Nepura ring.
26 March 2015
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In the Zone
If you don’t have time to attend yoga class or are uninspired by exercise DVDs, interactive online yoga studio Yoogaia may be the solution.
18 March 2015
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Nuts about Fun
Barcelona native Alexis Bautista moved to Hong Kong in 2006 to work in marketing.
10 March 2015
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Heart-felt Hospitality
A new upscale global hotel brand, Cordis, will debut in Hong Kong in May.
4 March 2015
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Seafood Success
Importing seafood from the isle of Nova Scotia, seafood wholesaler Atlantic Treasure set up its Hong Kong office in 2012.
24 Feb 2015
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Switched On Webcast
After more than 7,000 online investors raised nearly half a million US dollars on crowdsourcing site kickstarter.com, Hong Kong start-up Nanoleaf last year debuted their innovative LED product.
16 Feb 2015
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Insight into Design
French designer Eve Mercier opened Insight School of Interior Design in Hong Kong last year, two years after returning to the city.
12 Feb 2015
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Brewing in Hong Kong Webcast
The Hong Kong Beer Co is capitalising on the city’s growing thirst for craft beers. Established in 1995 as the South China Brewing Company, the business relaunched in 2003 with its new name, producing locally brewed craft beer.
3 Feb 2015
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Bound for Success Webcast
Trampolining, says Case Lawrence, the American businessman who brought Asia’s first indoor trampoline park to Hong Kong, is “this generation’s physical recreation of choice.”
27 Jan 2015
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Timely Expansion
One of the world’s largest private equity and real estate fund administrators, Augentius is responsible for the administration of more than 320 funds, servicing about 8,000 investors on behalf of more than 130 fund management groups in 35 countries around the world.
22 Jan 2015
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Vital Link in Financial Services Chain
No sooner had Capco, a global business and technology consultancy to the financial services industry, opened an office in Hong Kong last March, than it began looking for larger premises.
13 Jan 2015
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Licensing Cute
Capitalising on Hong Kong’s love for all things cute, Malaysian comic artist management company Safe Tree Sdn Bhd teamed up with MTR Malls to feature Pocotee Loh’s animation, Pocotee & Friends at Telford Plaza last April, with more possible collaborations with Hong Kong companies to follow.
6 Jan 2015
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Tastes Like Home
Aimed at a young market of gourmets short on kitchen space, yet keen to show off their cooking prowess, Rent-a-Kitchen offers a well-designed kitchen and roomy dining area to those looking to share a home-cooked meal with friends.
30 Dec 2014
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Born To Win
As a parent, wanting what’s best for your child begins at birth, if not before.
23 Dec 2014
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Cooking up a Storm
Hong Kong culinary veterans Lori and Patrick Granito have established Kitchen Sync, a Sheung Wan-based test kitchen, or “culinary incubator,” which allows culinary start-ups to test-drive their epicurean ideas and create their products in an inexpensive setting.
18 Dec 2014
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From Crisis to Opportunity
In the spring of 2011, shortly after the 11 March Tohoku earthquake hit Japan, Tomoko Komatsuzaki gazed out from her office at the streets of Roppongi, a tourist district in Tokyo famous for its nightlife.
11 Dec 2014
 
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