Economists' Pick- Highlight
25 June 2019
Facing the ever-complicating international economic situation, Chinese firms are encountering rigorous challenges as they develop their overseas operations. A Shanghai-based enterprise is set to strengthen its Hong Kong operation in order to better utilise the city’s high-quality professional and financial services, as well as good risk management and diversified financing channels, for consolidation of its overseas business.
The Hong Kong-headquartered serviced office business, The Executive Centre (TEC), has emerged as a leading flexible workspace provider in Asia since its founding in 1994. TEC’s Global Senior Development Director, Todd Liipfert, shares the company’s experiences in the emerging markets of Asia and the Middle East.
With a company name harking back to 16th Century Spanish sea routes with Asia, Hong Kong-headquartered La Nao Consulting is nevertheless right up to date when bringing Mexican and other Latin American and European SMEs its professional advice for business prospects in mainland China’s Greater Bay Area: Hong Kong is often a laboratory for success.