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SME Creativity Center: Integrate Digital Marketing into your Business

10 September 2013 SME Creativity Center invites many speakers to give a workshop or seminar about their field and how it is relevant to startups and SMEs. Martin Randall, Co-founder of Scan That spoke about what social media platforms are out there and why there is a need for it now as opposed to years ago. He showed a map ... Read More »

Dinchack at SME Creativity Center: “Enterpreneur Leadership: Motivating Yourself and Others”

 SME Creativity Center (SCC) is a non-profit service center involved in enabling Hong Kong entrepreneurs and SMEs to explore creativity, ideation, and innovation. SCC offers free consultation, workshop space, training programs and other resources to the community! I had my first session at SCC last night. Despite the typhoon, over 25 people showed up out of the 40 that had signed up. ... Read More »

How I Opened A Branch Office Of My Business In Hong Kong

One month ago I landed with my family at the Hong Kong airport. I expect we’ll live here for three or four years, perhaps more. While here I am opening a branch office of my online marketing firm, which is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. I do not speak Cantonese. I have never lived in Hong Kong or Asia ... Read More »

I’m From The Future. You Should Go To China

I just returned from Hong Kong to my web development shop in Salt Lake City, after speaking to web developers expo. I was able to dive into the nascent-yet-active startup scene thanks to the SME Creativity Center (SMECC) Calendar, a government-backed initiative, which included startup-related events I could attend almost every night. In Hong Kong smartphone penetration hit 87% by the end ... Read More »

SME Creativity Centre to help local companies compete

A new resource and training centre in Lai Chi Kok will help local entrepreneurs compete with mainland and foreign start-ups. The private-sector initiative, called the SME Creativity Centre, was launched on Monday to help small and medium enterprises move out of their comfort zones to seek new pastures. Gino Yu, a professor at the Polytechnic University’s school of design, said: ... Read More »