Award-winning smartphone game founder Yat Siu says the HK market may be open and mature, but users’ loyalty is still low.
Besides the passion needed to drive an enterprise forward, Tom Chan Pak-lam has to run a company like a soccer team without relying on particular star players.
Chamber chief Jonathan Choi warns that HK companies will lose out dearly if they fail to grab the chances arising from the Belt and Road Initiative.
Estella Ng drives strategic change at HK jeweler TSL as consumer preferences evolve.
Bedding products entrepreneur Motokuni Takaoka reckons that the key thing in the consumer business is to make customers feel the product so they’ll come back.
Genting Group scion Lim Kok Thay tells Sophie He the cruise business holds great promise for the future, with the Chinese mainland acting as the anchor.
HK retailers saw one of the worst years on record in 2016, but TSL jewelry group decision-maker Estella Ng tells Sophie He shrewd running and strategy had helped them win the day.
Top-end fashion chain St. John Knits International wants to be a key player in the Chinese mainland market, giving online sales a shot in the arm, CEO Bruce Fetter tells Duan Ting.
Having gone through thick and thin in business, homeware retailer Roy Ng tells Sophie He he’ll not give up his retail career and is making a comeback.
Amid a slowed world economy, businesses need a spot-on blueprint that will promise a lasting impact, global strategist Chris Outram tells Sophie He.