HKTDC Research conducted focus group discussions in four major cities on the Chinese mainland. It was found that older consumers were looking for more stylish clothing than the market was offering. As for home appliances that served as self-care aids, both the elderly and their children agreed that there was a significant demand for such products.
Instilling Chinese culture from an early age, overcoming the shortfall in special needs facilities and both high and low-tech security and safety concerns dominated the trade agenda at the Sixth International Kid's Education and Health Expo 2015.
Renowned as a “start-up nation”, Israel is seen as a global innovation hub, attracting corporations and investors from all over the world. In light of the sluggish export markets in the West, Israeli high-tech companies are looking to develop their presence in the East. As well as R&D collaboration for business development, Hong Kong could become Israel’s springboard into Asia.