cross border summit 2017 recap
Flying in or out of Hong Kong and looking for flights? Well, which airline and which airport depend on where you are looking to go. Today we’ll share some tips and tricks on finding good flights to and from Hong Kong International Airport, (HKIA), also known as HKG for the airport codes. Read more on this blog about traveling to Hong Kong or Shenzhen.
The Cross Border Summit here in Shenzhen, China is about a lot of things – learning and staying on top of the latest trends in e-commerce in and out of China – but also its about making relationships. Last year we noticed a lot of people making deals and talking business, so much that we doubled down and focused hard on putting together a proper “business matchmaking” session at the end of each day in this year’s summit.
One of the biggest misconceptions in a business is that owners think that it is a must to use their company secretary (or who ever set up their companies) for company audits. This post will dig into this more and all you need to know about company secretary audits.
We will dig into this today – but the quick answer is – NO – you do NOT need to use the same service provider to do your company audit as your company secretary.
The global market is brimming with new businesses from various parts of the world. Widespread Internet access and different technological advancements enable contemporary business owners to work with domestic and international clients. If you are interested with domestic and International trading, this post will give you some insights.
Hong Kong is such a cosmopolitan place. Just taking a walk down the street and you can catch five different languages being spoken! As a business owner here, which languages should you work towards servicing? Today we will give some pointers on all the various languages in HK and cultures in this diverse region.
Did you know most consumer electronics are cheaper in America than in China? When I first came to China I was thinking I was going to save tons of money on my computers and other gear, but turns out I had to pay more. If you are curious why that is then read more about this cheap US electronics article.
Many of our Mainland China readers and friends have been coming down to Hong Kong, and as the Shenzhen airport grows in size and scale, it makes more sense for them to first fly into Shenzhen and then cross over into Hong Kong. This post is all about coming from Shenzhen airport to HK. Read on for more details.
In an attempt to inform people and spark conversation – I am alarmed at some messages I have been seeing in private Wechat groups. There have been cases of Amazon FBA accounts being shut down for logging in continuously from China, as an Overseas seller. If you want to know more about FBA sellers shut out issue, read more.
The month of November has been a very informative month especially about the whole China banking situation. As we have discussed on this blog quite a bit, Chinese companies often leverage a Hong Kong business and bank account for their trading.
Today we will share some stories and make some speculations about how Chinese bank tightening affect Chinese sellers’ HK Bank Accounts