Business Briefing - Ireland & Hong Kong: Gateways to Success
Hong Kong - Access global opportunity
We are delighted to invite you to join us for Business Briefing Ireland and Hong Kong - Gateways to Success.
Hong Kong ranks high in the world’s leading surveys on best business cities, economic freedom, competitiveness, opportunity and ease of doing business.
China is the world’s largest market and offers a multitude of trade and investment opportunities for Irish companies.
This seminar will present these opportunities and reveal the basics you need to know when you start thinking about dealing with China. Discussions will focus on opportunities for Irish businesses in Hong Kong, with particular emphasis on green, eco and tech opportunities.
Why should you attend?
- Hear about opportunities for Irish companies in the Chinese market
- Learn about best practice for doing business with Hong Kong
- Hear from experts with first-hand experience
Reasons Why You Should Be Doing Business in Hong Kong
- Easy Business Set-up for Foreign Business Owners and Entrepreneurs
- A Free Economy
- Solid Infrastructure Facility Protects Businesses to Develop Efficient Business Operation
- A Fair and Transparent Legal System
- A Simple Tax System That Permits Maximum Earnings and Minimum Costs
08.30am` Registration and Networking
09.00am Welcome by Mary Rose Burke, CEO, Dublin Chamber
09.05 am Daisy Ip, Marketing Manager of Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC)
09.20am Edouard Leonet, Project Officer for the China IPR SME Helpdesk,
09.35am Audience Q&A facilitated by Brendan Foster
10.30am Events close
HKTDC One-on-One Consultations are open from 10.30am
China IPR SME One-on-One Consultations are open from 10.30am
For consultations, please contact Maria: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eco Expo Asia 2019 “Innovative Solutions for Greener Cities" -
Eco Expo Asia is the premier environmental protection fair for green business in Asia, showcasing an array of the latest environmental protection and sustainable solutions, technologies and services.
The event is organised by Dublin Chamber and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, in association with the Ireland Hong Kong Business Forum.