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In an article for FinanceAsia to mark the magazine’s 20th anniversary, HSBC Group Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver looks back on two decades of Chinese economic reform – and shares his thoughts about the future of the world’s second-largest economy.
ASEAN’s 620 million-plus inhabitants are an increasingly powerful source of global demand
- ASEAN initiative opens new frontiers for growth
- Global outlook and the challenges and opportunities in the new ASEAN landscape
- Hong Kong as a platform helping foreign investors venturing into the ASEAN region
- ASEAN and the AEC: Diversity Epitomised
- Improving working capital by centralising treasury operations within the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)
- ASEAN’s next level
A growing number of Hong Kong’s innovative small to medium size retail enterprises (SME’s) are expanding into e-commerce concepts.
- Case study: China’s 13th Five-Year Plan breeds opportunities for Hong Kong’s logistics sector
- The digitizing of everything - from traditional retailing to cyberspace
- The mobile consumer
- Time for Hong Kong’s SMEs to ride on e-commerce advantages to expand their businesses
- "Delivering our clothes straight to your doorstep in the era of e-commerce..."
- Mobile payment systems - Hong Kong SMEs tap into the growing trend
Foreseeing today's fast paced environment, Philip Chiu, Chief Executive Officer of Beyond Media Global Limited, continues to innovate, utilising big data analytics to connect brands with target customers. Indeed, turning foresight into effective advertising strategies.
Driverless cars and electric vehicles mean the transport world will undergo huge upheaval in the next decade. Vehicle safety, ownership patterns and insurance models will all be affected, as will work, leisure and manufacturer business models.
Luke Grana, CEO & Founder at GRANA, created an online to offline experience to bring together tailored customer service with the ease of online purchasing – disrupting the fashion retail industry and expanding globally within 2 years.
The patterns of China’s overseas direct investment are changing rapidly. Investors started with raw materials but, having moved on to infrastructure and manufacturing, are now focusing on big-name consumer brands and high-tech companies.
Case study – Robots are taking over Chinese factories in ‘historic’ fashion, as Hong Kong rides the innovation wave
China plans to produce 100,000 industrial robots every year by 2020, or 150 robots per 10,000 employees.
Against the backdrop of rapid change, companies in the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) space must remain innovative in order to grow, while protecting their market share from disrupters, which are well-financed and eager for success