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Domestic Helper Rights in Hong Kong – Avoiding Bad Loans and Financial Pressure

by Edouard Muller Huge fees collected by agencies, bad working hours and lack of privacy have always affected foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong. In a recent report about migrant workers, an NGO found out...
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If You’re Not Getting ROI From Conferences, The Problem Is With You, My Dear...

By Dij Phukan, CEO of Salesgasm | Conferences are not rocket science. They are events where professionals from various backgrounds and companies gather to train, learn,...

Fun Fact: Flickr and Slack Started as “A Game that Never Ends”

Stewart Butterfield is the founder of two widely successful startups – Flickr, sold to Yahoo for reportedly $35 million, and Slack, one of the most popular communication tools among the startup community. However, Stewart...

8 Highlights of GITEX Technology Week 2017

Revolving around the theme “Re-Imagining Realities: Discover, Transform and Innovate.”, The GITEX Technology Week is returning for its thirty-seventh edition. The week will feature a range of innovative-led activities and conferences to create an engaging...
Rock your daily routine like an all-star entrepreneur

Rock Your Daily Routine Like an All-Star Entrepreneur

by Eugene Feygin For many successful entrepreneurs, what matters most is the routine. Some entrepreneurs meditate. Some exercise. Some follow the same rigorous schedule in their office. The point is, the repetitive schedule helps them...

4 Things I’ve Learned from Building 4 Companies in 4 Countries

Starting businesses are never easy, especially if you have to build one in a new market or niche. Here are some universal tips that will help you regardless of how or where you decide...

Women, Let’s Not Fall Short in our Businesses

In a business hub like Hong Kong, entrepreneurs often feel isolated and disadvantaged because of the limited networking opportunities and informational access that infrastructure corporations can provide. Women business owners, being a smaller group,...

The Story of Neptune: How I Launched and Built My First Startup

Neptune was an idea that I had conceived at 13, but it was not delivered into this world until my 18th birthday. The first wave of wearable technologies hit the market in 2012 but these...

Due Diligence: Finding The Right Manufacturer In China

1. Do a site visit and look out for possible problems Whether you are looking for an investment opportunity or a business partner, you can’t go wrong by starting with a site visit and talking...