The Greater Bay Area (GBA) is bursting with potential—but in order to take full advantage of the Area’s opportunities, it is crucial to understand the many impacts of integration and form a solid strategy that makes the most of the…
Author: Peggy Kwok
ParticleX PropTech Global Challenge 2021 – 3rd Batch Application
Accelerating the “New Normal” in the property and real estate industry Around the world, COVID-19 has affected millions of lives, and is having a growing impact on the global economy. Organisations everywhere are facing an unpredictable and uncertain future. We…
ParticleX PropTech Global Challenge 2020
ParticleX PropTech Global Challenge 2020, a partnership with the leading property developer Chinachem Group, supported by Hong Kong Science and Technology Park (HKSTP) and Startmeup.HK, aims at offering an agile and innovative process for startups to mitigate the downturn and disruption caused by the pandemic.
HKSTP launches InnoAcademy to Drive Continuous Talent and Leadership Development for Hong Kong’s I&T Success
Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) today announced the launch of “HKSTP InnoAcademy”, which is dedicated to the continuous nurturing of young technology talent to inspire and drive success in Hong Kong’s innovation and technology (I&T) industry.
HKPC Sourcing Fair 2020
The “HKPC Souring Fair 2020” has been rescheduled to 10 November 2020 (Tue) due to inclement weather on the original event date (13 October). Re-registration is not required if you have done it before. You are welcome to join if…
The HKSAR Government announced on 20 August that public services will be resumed in a safe and orderly manner to meet the needs of the public and enterprises. Some of Invest Hong Kong’s global offices are currently adopting “work from…
In view of the local epidemic situation, save for those involved in the provision of emergency services and essential public services, all other government employees shall “work from home” until 23 August 2020, in order to achieve more rigorous social distancing to stop COVID-19 from further spreading in the community.
In view of the severity of the local epidemic situation, the Chief Executive announced today (19 July 2020) that, save for those involved in the provision of emergency services and essential public services, all other government employees should “work from home” from 20 July until 26 July 2020, in order to achieve more rigorous social distancing to stop COVID-19 from further spreading in the community.
Special News on StartmeupHK Festival 2020
In light of the current situation relating to the coronavirus, Invest Hong Kong and the key partners of the StartmeupHK Festival 2020 announced today to postpone the festival, scheduled for 10-15 February. Please stay tuned for further announcements about the new dates and details.