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Nexstgo nabs win at HKB National Business Awards 2020

The firm uses its unique creative vision to craft stylish and powerful devices for its clients.

Technological innovation corporation Nexstgo was hailed at the recently concluded HKB National Business Awards, presented by Hong Kong Business magazine for its revolutionising tech with aesthetic, cutting-edge solutions.

The awards programme aims to honour exceptional businesses in Hong Kong and give recognition to their outstanding initiatives.

It takes real skill to leave a mark in Hong Kong’s cutthroat tech scene. In a span of just over three years, homegrown brand Nexstgo has achieved that and more. With its array of sophisticated laptops and smart devices, Nexstgo has become the brand of choice for those who seek high-quality and stylish electronic devices.

The company was established in Hong Kong in 2016 by a pair of visionary entrepreneurs who share a passion for tech innovation. Nexstgo was co-founded by Wilson Leung, CEO of publicly-listed electronics firm Alco Holdings Limited, together with Alex Chung, who has over 14 years of experience. Since then, the company's business footprint has extended to around 20 areas which include but not limited to China, South-East Asia, Middle East, The UK, Ireland, and The United States of America.Their vision is supported by a team of experienced, passionate, and dynamic creators who are dedicated to delivering unprecedented product innovation.

“Nexstgo’s corporate vision is “Do What the Giants Can’t”, we devote our efforts to bring new excitement to the market,” explains Nexstgo CEO, Alex Chung. “We offer professional yet stylish laptops with high performance, durability and security, as well as providing integrated business solutions to fulfill the ever-changing consumer needs.”

Nexstgo uses a human-oriented design approach to overcome current limitations of technology and aesthetics. Its wide product range includes PCs and laptops, smart home devices, IoT, artificial intelligence and corporate solutions. In line with this, it has a multi-brand strategy to address the needs of various market segments. For instance, its commercial laptop line NEXSTGO features the ultra-light Primus Series, designed specifically to address corporate needs such as seamless videoconferencing.

Furthermore, the company recently launched the commercial solution portal ‘Nexstmall Biz’ with its ‘Catered to Commercial Clients’ business. The solution offers the three brands NEXSTGO, VAIO, AVITA laptop solutions, as well as other all-round biz solutions to serve different needs.

In addition, its consumer line includes the stylish AVITA series, an artfully-designed laptop which packs the highest tech specifications behind a colourful exterior. AVITA integrates technological innovation with fashion, offering exceptional color variations and customization options to target younger consumers. AVITA offers a personal style statement and technological solutions at the same time.

“Our ‘3C’ strategy drives our business forward: ‘Creative’, ‘Customer-Centric’, ‘Cost Competitive’ to ensure us delivering unprecedented product innovation and breaking boundaries while operating our own e-commerce platform. Nexstgo is keen to develop products that truly serve consumers’ needs and to bring personalized technological experience to more and more customers all around the world,” Alex added.

Watch the interview below to know more about their win:

The Hong Kong Business Awards 2020, presented by Hong Kong Business magazine, was held via video conferencing in September.

This year’s nominations were judged by a panel consisting of Eugene Liu, Managing Partner at RSM Hong Kong; Charbon Lo, Director at Crowe (HK) CPA Limited; Andy Wong, IPO Leader at SHINEWING (HK) CPA Limited; Anthony Tam, Executive Director at Mazars Hong Kong; and Edward Au, Managing Partner at Deloitte China.

If you would like to join the 2021 awards and be acclaimed as one of the outstanding companies in Hong Kong, please email Jane Patiag at jane@charltonmediamail.com.

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