Another Record Year for Hong Kong

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The latest survey shows continued growth in overseas and Mainland companies having business operations in Hong Kong

The number of overseas and Mainland Chinese companies running business operations in Hong Kong has hit an all-time high of 7,904 companies, which rose by 4.2 percent from a year ago. These numbers are the topline results of an annual survey jointly released by InvestHK and the Census and Statistics Department on 26 October. These 7,904 respondent companies included 1,401 regional headquarters (RHQs), 2,397 regional offices (ROs), and 4,106 local offices (LOs). The number of RHQs and LOs are record high. Dr Simon Galpin, Director-General of Investment Promotion at InvestHK, said, “The significant increase in the number of mainland enterprises, and financing and banking companies reaffirms Hong Kong’s unique role as the major springboard for Mainland companies to go global as well as a global financial hub.”

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Marketing via Social Media

18 August 2015

SamHui1 470867Engaging content and soft selling are key to winning customers through social media.
The digital revolution has transformed the way consumers buy and how businesses sell their products. As in many developed economies, advertising budgets in Hong Kong have been shifting from traditional channels such as television and magazines, to digital outlets. Consumer ability to research products on the market via the Internet means businesses, including SMEs, have to devote more resources to raising their profiles online.
(Picture caption: Sam Hui of the Hong Kong Association of Interactive Marketing, speaks at an HKTDC marketing workshop on using social media)
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Hong Kong - where business goes to grow

year of the goatMr Simon Galpin, Director General of Invest Hong Kong delivered a very strong and positive message on the present and future investment climate in Hong Kong at our annual Chinese New Year Seminar at Hotel Continental 5.February. He maintained that with all Hong Kong advantages with the proximity to China and other growth markets, low and flexible tax system, easy to start new business and many more good arguments, Hong Kong would continue to receive some of the world’s largest inbound investments for years to come.
The main speakers were, besides Simon Galpin, Mr. Christian Syse, Assistant Secretary General, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ms. Erica Ng, Director General of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, London, Ms. Madelene Kornfehl, Consultant, Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Mr. Lars Sande, Sales Director of Norwegian Air and Mr. Olav Chen, Senior Portefolio Manager, Storebrand. Please follow links to the presentations.
Among the guests were representatives from the Embassy of PR China, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Trade and Fisheries, many chambers of commerce and a large number of our own members.

Thank you all for attending!

Download the presentations here: Olav ChenSimon GalpinMadelene Kornfehl

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