Trend and Crisis Management:The Worst of Time, The Best of Time

Aside from the safety and healthiness of all staff, management need to detail out immediate exposure to supply chain disruption, legal obligation, insurance coverage, banking compliance, additional costs in coping with crisis, possible shutdowns, working capital crunches, third-party risks and broken command chain.


《Tai Hing 3.0》Foreword:Upgraded Strategy, Advanced Enterprise

When the three modes of 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 overlap in a market, the 1.0 mode is likely to have a cliff-like difficult period suddenly. Perhaps many companies choose to enjoy the benefits of the vested mode in the 2.0 mode.

But some companies entering the 3.0 mode will have breakthrough qualitatively and achieve high-dimensional breakthroughs. And Tai Hing 3.0 is Tai Hing's self-breakthrough.


[CEO Insights] Crystal Interview:Management Philosophy for an Enterprise from Zero to Billions

The biggest factor driving the realization of Industry 4.0 would be things outside the machine, which is the fully integration of human resources. Because every company is able to buy the same machine, but the key is how to maximize the effect of it!


[CEO Insights] Octopus Interview:Innovative Thinking Strategy

Enterprises must have high flexibility and innovative thinking in a changeable environment, seize opportunities and keenly grasp the development trend of science and technology innovation in the world.


[CEO Insights] The Bank of East Asia, Limited Interview:Development Opportunities for Hong Kong Banking Industry in Information Technology and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA)

There are totally 70 million people in GBA, and the area is over 500 times larger than that of Hong Kong. And different regions, towns, etc. can give play to their own advantages.


[CEO Insights] Pfizer Hong Kong Interview:What makes the enterprise successful - products or missions?

Now, due to popularity of AI and internet, consumers even can purchase drugs on the internet, so does it greatly impact you?


[CEO Insights] Ericsson (HK) Limited Interview - Would Hong Kong lose its competitive edge in the 5G era?

The Hong Kong Government is also implementing Smart City and willing to invest in it. But is it fully funded to become Smart City? Hong Kong is too small, and its return of resources may be less attractive than the costs. So it takes little effect here! 

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