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Director fosters ties with southern states
HKETONY Director Steve Barclay met with political and business leaders during his duty visit to Florida and Alabama Dec 7-8. He called on Florida Governor Rick Scott and Alabama Governor Robert Bentley respectively. Details here.

Director fosters ties with southern states

  Director fosters ties with southern states
     

HKETONY director meets with New England leaders
Director Steve Barclay of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York (HKETONY) met with government and business leaders during his visit to several New England states in mid-September, making stops in Boston; Hanover, N.H.; Montpelier, Vt.; Burlington, Vt.; and Portland, Maine. Details here.

  HKETONY director meets with New England leaders
     

Director visits Maryland to highlight art and business opportunities
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York (HKETONY) Steve Barclay spoke about the numerous job and study opportunities in Hong Kong, resulting from the many arts and culture developments that have occurred in recent years, during a visit to Maryland on July 27. Details here.

  Director visits Maryland to highlight art and business opportunities
     

Director visits Nashville and Atlanta
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York Steve Barclay highlighted the advantages of doing business in Hong Kong to government officials and business executives during his visit to Nashville and Atlanta (June 12-13). Details here.

  Director visits Nashville and Atlanta
     

Chief Secretary visits New York City
Hong Kong Chief Secretary Carrie Lam visited New York June 9-10 to update stakeholders on the political and economic landscape of Hong Kong, establish ties with arts and cultural institutions and promote the city’s immigration measures to attract talent. New York was the last leg of the Chief Secretary’s three-city visit to the US, after San Francisco and Washington, DC Details here.

  Chief Secretary visits New York City
     

HKETONY director explores ties with Philadelphia
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York (HKETONY) Steve Barclay traveled to Philadelphia on June 3 for a duty visit, where he met with Mayor Jim Kenney and discussed fostering closer business and cultural ties between Asia’s World City and the City of Brotherly Love. Details here.

  HKETONY director explores ties with Philadelphia
     

HKETONY director renews ties in Midwest
Director of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York Steve Barclay met with business and political leaders during his duty visit to the Midwestern states of Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois in mid-May. Details here.

  HKETONY director renews ties in Midwest
     

HKETONY director visits southeast United States
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York (HKETONY) Steve Barclay traveled to the southeastern states of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina from April 26-28 to highlight business opportunities and areas of mutual cooperation with local government and business leaders. Details here.

  HKETONY director visits southeast United States
     

Women's Commission Chair gives briefing in New York
Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York (HKETONY) Steve Barclay (third from left) welcomed Stella Lau (second from left), Chairperson of Hong Kong Women’s Commission, and guests from New York’s academic, business, education and non-governmental organization sectors to a breakfast briefing session at the HKETONY office on March 15. Mrs. Lau gave an update on the recent developments on women’s issues in Hong Kong, including the latest relevant government initiatives. Details here.

  Women's Commission Chair gives briefing in New York
     

Series of East Coast college talks aims to attract U.S. talent
Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York (HKETONY) hosted a series of “HK Welcomes U” roving talks at eight colleges on the East Coast, including Ivy League universities, to promote various measures for attracting U.S. talent to work and live in Hong Kong. The roving talks were held at Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia University, New York University, Yale University, Boston University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University from February 29 through March 3. Details here.

  Series of East Coast college talks aims to attract U.S. talent
     

Hong Kong's fundamentals remain sound and robust
Despite the challenging and volatile international business environment in 2015, Hong Kong's trade ties with the United States have remained close and the city's fundamentals stay robust, said Hong Kong Commissioner for Economic and Trade Affairs, USA, Clement Leung, at a Chinese New Year reception of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York (HKETONY), in Harvard Club on February 9. More than 350 guests comprised of business and government leaders attended the event, featuring a lion dance, jazz performances by Hong Kong native, jazz guitarist and composer Alan Kwan, and artwork by Hong Kong illustrator Phoenix Chan. Details here.

  Hong Kong's fundamentals remain sound and robust
     

Hong Kong’s drive for technology and start-ups
In a recent talk on Hong Kong’s innovation and technology development in HKETONY office, the Chief Commercial Officer of HK Science and Technology Parks Corporation Andrew Young outlined the many exciting opportunities in the city brought by technology-led innovations in the past few years and introduced a few funds set up to encourage start-ups and transferring university research outcomes to commercial and licensed products. Details here.

 

  Hong Kong’s drive for technology and start-ups
     

Acting director calls on Mississippi governor
Acting Director of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, New York, Michael Kwan paid a courtesy call on Governor Phil Bryant on January 11 and attended the inaugural ceremony for Gov. Bryant, who was sworn-in for a second term as Mississippi’s 64th Governor. Details here.

  Acting director calls on Mississippi governor
     

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