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Hong Kong Business hails the most exceptional enterprises at the Hong Kong High Flyers Awards 2018

Over 100 guests graced the awards ceremony.

On its 15th year, the Hong Kong High Flyers Awards is soaring to even greater heights. For the 2018 edition, 22 enterprises in their respective sectors were recognised for their outstanding quality of service, innovative business practices, and efforts to contribute towards social progress.

These businesses represent a wide range of industries, including banking and finance, insurance, legal services, interior design, luxury timepieces, information technology and telecommunications, boutique hotels and serviced apartments, and F&B.

“This year’s awardees embody the excellence of Hong Kong’s business sector. They prove that innovation and social responsibility are the keys to success in any kind of environment, especially one that is characterised by global economic challenges. As these companies set an inspiring example for others, there is no doubt that they are positive forces that will continue to drive the business sector in the years ahead,” says Tim Charlton, publisher of Hong Kong Business.

The winners were awarded in a ceremony held on January 23, 2019 at the Tamarind & Terrace, Sun Hung Kai Centre in Wan Chai.

The awardees are featured in the 2019 Annual Issue of Hong Kong Business.

The High Flyers and their categories are presented as follows:
Athena Best Financial Group – Wealth Management and Financial Advisory
AV Consultant (Int’l) Ltd – Best Smart Home and Home Theatre in Asia
Dorsett Hospitality International – Leading Hospitality and Hotel Management
Dorsett Wanchai, Hong Kong – Best Family Hotel in Hong Kong
Elite Concepts – Innovative F&B Concepts
FTLife Insurance Company Limited – Life Insurance
Hang Seng Bank Limited – Commercial Banking
Hang Seng Insurance Company Limited – Outstanding Insurance Company
Lan Kwai Fong Hotel @ Kau U Fong – Lifestyle Boutique Hotel
Lifestyle Insurance – Insurance Broker (Business & General Insurance)
Lindt & Sprüngli (Asia Pacific) – Premium Chocolatier
MassMutual Asia Ltd – Innovative Insurance Company
Mayfare Group – F&B Management
Memorigin Watch Co, Ltd – Innovative Tourbillon Watches
PrimeCredit Limited – Outstanding Finance Company
Shama Serviced Apartments – Best Serviced Apartment Operator
Standard Chartered Bank – Bank of the Year and Retail Bank
TMA – Law Firm
Vastcom Technology Limited – IT Solutions Company
WTT HK Limited – Best Network, Broadband, Cloud and ICT Services Provider
Zchron Design Group – Interior Designer
Zung Fu Company Ltd – Outstanding Car Dealer

If you want to join the 2019 awards programme, please contact louis@charltonmediamail.com.

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