In Focus

How else can Hong Kong’s startup ecosystem improve

Microsoft created an incubation programme in partnership with the government.
2 days ago

Achieving board diversity: It takes more than giving additional seats to women

Heidrick and Struggles CEO David Hui said the first step to diversity is identifying one's business objectives.
3 days ago

Why tax deduction on domestic rents is not really a win for tenants

Under a newly passed bill, about $100,000 can be deducted from a tenant’s annual rent.
4 days ago

Here are five bad habits in insurance according to HK’s insurance regulator

These habits drag down Hong Kongers insurance literacy rate.
5 days ago

Office demand growth to be 'gradual and moderate': CBRE

Demand will be coming from multinationals and Chinese enterprises.

How can office landlords achieve ESG goals?

Only 38% of total Grade A office stock is environmentally certified, as per Colliers.

Only 3 in 10 organisations are ‘advanced’ in digital agility

With a lack of progress, Hong Kong retained its 5th rank in the Digital Agility Index.

Hong Kong consumers are ‘moderately literate’ in insurance: study

But behavioural biases dragged the city's literacy score.

2 in 5 Gen Z workers would rather quit if no remote work option

More than three in 10 wouldn’t accept a job without remote work.

How much is Hong Kong’s tech industry paying its employees?

There is an almost 100% pay jump from junior to senior roles.

A mid-life crisis: More than 1 in 2 middle-aged Hong Kongers unprepared for retirement

43% even said that they had to reduce retirement contributions since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Economy to contract by 0.7% in 2022: forecast

The GDP outlook got downgraded amidst a deteriorating external environment.

Local phishing websites up 524% QoQ in Q2

This translates to over 5,000 unique domains.

Close to 1 in 2 employees will quit a job preventing them from enjoying their lives

Hong Kongers are now placing more importance on their personal life over their work life.

What Hong Kong’s 3+4 means for inbound travellers

They are required to undergo a 3-day hotel quarantine and day medical surveillance.