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Webinar to discuss opportunities in Asia 

UK companies interested in finding new markets and opportunities in Asia are invited to a free webinar on Thursday June 10 organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). Hong Kong business leaders will share their insights on how European companies can take advantage of Hong Kong’s unique advantages to seize new business opportunities in the region.

The speaker line-up consists of Victor Chu, chairman and ceo of First Eastern Investment Group and chairman of the Hong Kong-Europe Business Council; Arnold Cheng, director of Hong Kong & Pearl River Delta, John Swire & Sons (China) Limited; and Nicholas Kwan, HKTDC’s director of research.

The webinar will provide an update on Hong Kong’s economic outlook, explain its role as a business and investment hub, and explore how European companies can partner with Hong Kong to strengthen business ties with Asia.

The webinar is co-organised by the European associates that are members of the Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide.

To register for the webinar (9am to 10.45am on June 10), CLICK HERE

 

Top: Hong Kong has opportunities for UK housewares suppliers.

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