Asia’s competitiveness has declined. Despite that, Hong Kong is still one of the world’s leading financial centres, where capitalists increasingly invest money for fruitful returns. On the other hand, businessmen from new emerging countries have other goals in mind when venturing into Hong Kong. To meet the expectations of new businesses from emerging economies, Healy Consultants rebrands Hong Kong company setup guide by creating a comprehensive data table covering important aspects of Hong Kong business setup.
Healy Consultants is rolling out a new company start-up guide to attract new members to do business in Hong Kong, and to re-establish Hong Kong as the leader in Asia Pacific capital market investments. The latest Hong Kong incorporation guide (http://www.healyconsultants.com/hong-kong-company-registration) seeks to educate both investors from powerful economies, as well as entrepreneurs from emerging countries, on what doing business in Hong Kong entails. The guide includes important information for businessmen looking at Hong Kong as a gateway to access the China, India and Oceania markets and other major capital investors around the world.
According to the IMD World Competitiveness Centre, in 2016 Hong Kong surpassed USA to become the most competitive economic powerhouse. Hong Kong is the world leader in finance, labour and business legislation because of its business friendly environment and sophisticated infrastructure. When asked about why he chose Hong Kong has the base for his MakerSpace over China, Cesar Harada, a French-Japanese entrepreneur and founder of Makerbay in Hong Kong, said “Hong Kong [is] an interesting hybrid – has the freedom of the west and also the wisdom and industrial power of the east.” Even though China has better accessibility to raw materials and competitive human resource, he decided to go with Hong Kong for its connection to the global makers’ community.
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Aidan Healy, business owner of Healy Consultants said, “The input provided by our Hong Kong company registration associates, in-house business development team and the questions asked by our Hong Kong Clients immensely helped us in developing this comprehensive data table that compares different Hong Kong business entities. We have been approached by businesspeople from different backgrounds with unique businesses and needs. Some request for more information on company registration requirements and business & legal considerations while others look for optimal corporate banking options and taxation solutions. As a global business solutions company we decided to produce a complete information set for them to understand the benefits and problems of starting a company in Hong Kong.”
The centrepiece of the Hong Kong company formation guide will be the comparison of Hong Kong and Singapore, the two major financial hubs. The comparison section allows business owners to understand:
• Competitiveness and ease of doing business;
• Legal considerations such as directors, shareholders and secretaries’ requirements;
• The differences in taxation and accounting in both countries;
• Capital requirements for logistics;
• Quality of work force;
• Infrastructure development;
• Freedom to innovate and;
• Government incentives.
Aidan Healy concluded, “Healy Consultants has always been defined by our capability to bring the best solutions to meet Clients requirements. Our new Hong Kong business start-up guide will provide foreign businessmen a complete understanding on the available solutions for their businesses.”
Read the Hong Kong Incorporation guide (http://www.healyconsultants.com/New-Hong-Kong-company-registration-guide.pdf) to know more about starting and running a company in Hong Kong.
About Healy Consultants
For over a decade, the company formation experts at Healy Consultants Pte Ltd., have been assisting businesspeople worldwide to set up the optimum corporate structure to expand their businesses to Hong Kong. Services offered include company registration, business banking solutions, director and shareholder services, accounting and tax and legal services and other corporate support services.
Contact Healy Consultants
To inquire more about business registration in Hong Kong and schedule a conference call, email Healy Consultants at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on +65 6735 0120.