Global economic growth is sliding towards a five-year low and predicting a gloomy backdrop for all but the most nimble of businesses. However Mid-Market Enterprises that have analysed the risks through careful planning will be in a stronger position to successfully grow throughout this period.
The financial services industry has long been at the forefront of the digital revolution. HSBC’s Group Head of Innovation, Christophe Chazot, examines the ways in which the digital landscape has changed over the years and the impact this has on treasury services.
China is pushing hard on its overseas investment strategy, which will also advance the internationalisation of the renminbi. Australia is well positioned to reap the benefits.
Paul Lindley from Ella's Kitchen shares some of the lessons learned on the HSBC International Exchange to China, including how challenges and cultural nuances impacting the Food & Beverage sector are shaping his market entry strategy.
"It takes time to understand the market, to establish and to succeed, but the outcome can be very profitable."
The journey through Shanghai Free Trade Zone
Strategies for entering a new market
Simon Constantinides, HSBC’s Regional Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance for Asia Pacific, explains why ASEAN-based companies, as well as those further afield, are well-positioned to capitalise on the opportunities made possible by regional trade flows and the unique resources of each member state.
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