HKB Listed Companies Awards is now open for nominations

Deadline of entries for the 2020 edition is on 17 April, Friday.

Hong Kong Business is calling for nominations of publicly listed firms to join the HKB Listed Companies Awards 2020.

This awards programme aims to recognise the contributions of the most exceptional publicly listed companies to Hong Kong’s economy.

Companies listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange are invited to nominate innovative and unique projects, products, services, practices or initiatives that have contributed to business growth and made an impact in their respective industries.

Nomination is free and open until 17 April 2020, Friday. Winners will be announced at the awarding ceremony on 19 May 2020 to be held in Hong Kong.

For inquiries, contact Jannie at or call +65 3158 1386 ext. 244. To know more about the awards, click here.

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