HKTDC initiatives enhance digital experience for SMEs. Upgraded sourcing platform and virtual fair boost business connections
- The Lifestyle series - the LEGO Group will share consumer insights and marketing strategies for toys in the Greater China region at the Hong Kong Toys Industry Conference (18 November), while the Hong Kong International Watch Forum (18 November) will discuss manufacturing trends in the watchmaking industry;
- The Green and Sustainability series - the Eco Asia Conference powered by the Environment Bureau will be held on 19, 20 and 23 November. The Secretary for the Environment of the HKSAR Government and officials from Guangdong and Macao will share the latest progress in environmental protection work in the Greater Bay Area;
- The Business Essentials series - featuring webinars on practical tips for SMEs and the latest regional/market opportunities.
Mr Chau expected that the HKTDC can resume its physical trade fairs in March 2021 at the earliest. "We hope the HKSAR Government can reach agreement with more countries to establish 'travel bubbles' and promote cross-boundary business travel, making it possible to resume international physical trade fairs in Hong Kong and continue to create business opportunities for local traders," he said.
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