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KNOWING MORE ABOUT START-UPS IN HONG KONG
Nurturing start-ups and engaging the start-up community is one of the core directions of the Federation and the HKTDC. Local start-up companies have come up with excellent ideas in various aspects with the staunch support from the HKSAR Government and respective local institutions. You may wish to know more about their success stories and opportunities available in Hong Kong:
• Female entrepreneurship in a Fintech startup (read more)
• Why start-ups are choosing Hong Kong as the platform to enter Asia (read more)
• Founded by two 80s fathers, Maskology aims to produce ‘Made in HK’ medical masks to protect children from the pandemic (read more)
• How local start-up supports the community in fighting against COVID-19 (read more)
• Plumbers, electricians, renovators and more are now one-click away for busy Hongkongers (read more)
• HKTDC’s Start-up Express returns for the third edition as a launchpad for start-ups to shine (read more)
• HKSTP and the University of Hong Kong formed an academia-industry alliance to foster commercialisation opportunities of start-ups (read more)
Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide Limited
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38/F, Office Tower, Convention Plaza, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 1830 668
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1. Mobile e-commerce projected to hit $7 billion in revenue in 2021 2. Vietnamese startup Nano raises $3 million for on-demand payroll app 3. Exports enjoy surge despite latest COVID-19 challenges 4. Vietnam's rubber export value sees surge in four months 5. Smart homes enjoying promising future ----and more news
Vietnam-ASEAN trade turnover has increased rapid over the last 26 years (1995-2021), contributing to the development of Vietnam and other ASEAN member states.
Digital transformation and e-commerce will continue to thrive in 2021 and create a new catalyst for economic growth, according to experts. This is also an opportunity for Vietnamese companies to develop new business strategies.
The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) has requested local credit institutions and foreign banks’ restrict lending concentration for real estate and construction, Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) and the consumption sector.
There will be little change in current trends of mergers and acquisitions in Vietnam’s logistics industry this year as domestic players remain sellers and Asian investors continue to gain the upper hand.