Hong Kong is a focal point of the generation of Intellectual Property (“IP”). It is also the focal point for the trading in IP, including technology transfer, licensing, franchising, merchandising and copyright trading.
talent.gov.hk is an information portal established by the Human Resources Planning Commission of the HKSAR Government, providing consolidated manpower information to facilitate the making of informed choices in respect of career, learning and development pathways.
DATA.GOV.HK is coordinated by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer with the participation of different government departments and public / private organisations
TechTAS provides a fast-track arrangement for eligible companies to admit overseas and Mainland technology talent to undertake research and development (“R&D”) work for them.
The Talent List of Hong Kong has been drawn up with a view to attracting high quality talents in an effective and focused manner to support Hong Kong’s development into a high value-added and diversified economy. Currently the List comprises 11 professions. Talents under the List are those who Hong Kong needs most in the immediate to medium term for the development of economy.
The Companies (Amendment) Ordinance 2018 (“the Amendment Ordinance”) introduces new requirements on the keeping of significant controllers registers by companies.
Indian nationals must apply for and successfully complete pre-arrival registration online before they can visit or transit the HKSAR visa-free (if seeking to enter the HKSAR during transit).
News.gov.hk is an online news platform operated by an editorial team of the Information Services Department (ISD).
The Hong Kong Tourism Board established Meetings and Exhibitions Hong Kong (MEHK) to continue strengthening the city’s position as the number one destination for meetings, incentive trips, conventions, and exhibitions in Asia-Pacific.
With a long and rich common law heritage, Hong Kong’s mature legal system is renowned for being transparent, trustworthy, and fair, ranking well internationally and underpinning Hong Kong’s reputation as one of the safest cities in the world.