The Future of Hong Kong as a Regional Hub

Chicago, IL | 11:45am - 2pm CST

Hong Kong and Singapore have long rivaled each other as ideal locations to establish a business’s regional headquarters in Asia.  Similarly ranked at the top of the Ease of Doing Business Index by the World Bank, these two cities both offer a wealth of advantages for foreign investors.  Their strengths have enabled them to draw in foreign investment in quantities hugely disproportional to their jurisdictional size.

While the business environments are on a whole, very similar, other factors such as geopolitical risks and opportunities along with a company’s strategic goals will likely be the determining factor of where to locate your business. 

Discover which location may suit your regional HQ needs as Dustin Daugherty, Head of North American Business Development, compares these top two business environments and lay out what advantages there are to be had by investors.

Topics to be covered include:

  • The Ease of Doing Business
  • Location
  • Taxation
  • Labor force
  • Other factors to consider

Join us at this luncheon program, hosted by The International Trade Association of Greater Chicago on Wednesday, February 19, 2020.

ITA/GC members and their guests enjoy a discounted fee of $50

To reserve your seat, please contact by Monday, February 17th.

For more information, please click here.

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