How To Add New Shareholders To Your Hong Kong Company

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Business booming for you in Hong Kong? Want to add a new business partner or shareholder to your limited company? This is something that is common in business, and it is an exciting time. But how do you change owners in your business? You may be curious the methods and steps needed – so today is a treat for you. Let’s dig into how to update your shareholders for your Hong Kong business. Read more of adding shareholders in HK.

Comparing Online Accounting Software

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Set Up a Hong Kong company and wondering what is the best online accounting software? We’re tech geeks too, and we want to keep everything “in the cloud”. Not only because we’re geeks, but because we have team members around the world. Today, let’s dig into the top accounting solution and see what is the best one for you.

What Is Chinese Fapiao (and Do I Need It?)

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One of the first words you will learn inside Mainland China is fapiao! This took me a while to figure out as well – and often business people in China tell foreigners to not even try to figure it out. If you want to learn what fapiao is, read on!

Forms, which is which?

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Hong Kong business is pretty straight forward, but once you get the company going, you will get some various forms in the mail and not be sure how to handle them. Today we’ll go through each HK business forms you will receive, what they mean, and what you need to do.

What Do you Need, License, To Sell in HK

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Looking to get started with doing your business in Hong Kong? Or start in Hong Kong and represent a Western brand throughout Asia? Hong Kong is a good starting point, and maybe you’re still researching how to make the leap from your day job to full time entrepreneur. This blog will give you some pointers on how to sell in HK.