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Surround Technology
From medical simulations to concerts and corporate events, the market potential of 360-degree video production is rapidly growing in Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, according to Mats Leubner, Virtual Reality (VR) Director of Bosepark Productions.
28 July 2016
On the Cusp of Success Webcast
A year after arriving in Hong Kong as an accounting intern with no salary and no firm prospects, Stefano Passarello launched his own accounting, tax and corporate services firm, People & Projects Ltd (P&P).
25 July 2016
Frothy Business
The most trying decisions have often led to the greatest rewards for marketer and entrepreneur Ross Williams.
14 July 2016
Returning Home Webcast
Born to a British father and Chinese mother in Hong Kong, Sarah Howe lived in the city until she moved to the United Kingdom at age seven.
7 July 2016
Indonesian Cool Hits Sai Ying Pun
Renowned for its cutting-edge design and hosting some of pop’s biggest names, including John Legend and Ellie Goulding, the Potato Head Beach Club in Seminyak is a popular hangout for many hip holidaymakers on the Indonesian island of Bali.
29 June 2016
Reaching for the Sky
Simon Bee is Managing Director-Global Design of Benoy, a United Kingdom-headquartered global architectural firm whose largest studio is in Hong Kong.
27 June 2016
Asia’s Hidden Gem Webcast
Hong Kong-based architectural consultancy hpa (previously known as Ho & Partners Architects Engineers & Development Consultants Ltd) has re-entered the Southeast Asian market, following the launch of a new office in the region last October by partnering with Malaysian design consultancy Carnaby Group.
14 June 2016
Digital Defense
More than two decades in the financial and cybersecurity industry and law enforcement have made British-born Paul Jackson one of Hong Kong’s foremost digital forensics and cybercrime investigation experts.
8 June 2016
Going Greener Every Day
After launching a series of successful start-ups in the technology, investment and lifestyle retail sectors – the first at age 23 – David Yeung, a committed vegetarian, turned his focus to environmental causes, co-founding Green Monday, a self-sustaining social enterprise, on Earth Day (22 April) 2012.
31 May 2016
Homemade in the Digital Age Podcast
Gemma Riberti, Senior Editor of Lifestyle and Interiors for global foresight platform WGSN, believes the design theme of homemade will be a “red thread and a driving concept” for the upcoming year in the houseware, textiles and interior design industries.
24 May 2016
The Power of Cloud
Hong Kong hosted the largest-ever gathering in North Asia of dedicated cloud and data centre providers this week.
17 May 2016
Coding Unlocks Power
After moving to California’s Silicon Valley to learn software development, former Goldman Sachs investment advisor Michelle Sun returned to Hong Kong to set up her education start-up First Code Academy.
10 May 2016
Natural Partnership Podcast
Toronto Mayor John Tory led a 34-member delegation to China in April, his first major overseas foreign trade mission since assuming the post in 2014.
4 May 2016
Isle of Sustainability
Australian Rory Hunter is founder and CEO of the multi award-winning luxury boutique hotel Song Saa Private Island in Cambodia.
26 April 2016
Urban Dialogue
Asia’s growing urbanisation has made building design a key component of sustainable cities.
19 April 2016
Financial Modelling
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia – the country’s biggest with market capitalisation of more than A$128 billion – unveiled its first international Innovation Lab in Hong Kong.
12 April 2016
Where the Jobs are
Hong Kong’s employment market for 2016 looks promising for a range of skilled professionals, according to leading recruitment firm Hays.
6 April 2016
Beyond Reality Podcast
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment’s latest endeavour is to bring the immersive movie-going experience to people’s homes through virtual reality (VR).
31 March 2016
The Daily Bread
Renowned for its artisan breads and use of organic ingredients, restaurant-bakery Le Pain Quotidien – the daily bread in French – debuted in Hong Kong this month.
22 March 2016
Redeveloping Guangdong’s “Siberia”
The Nansha New Area in the Chinese mainland is one of three development zones that form the Guangdong Free Trade Zone.
17 March 2016
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