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Key Business Newsletters to Sign up for in Hong Kong

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The world of business Hong Kong is dynamic and volatile. It is important to keep up with the latest trends and info.

One great way to keep an eye out on important news, trends, and novelties is through good newsletters.

Newsletters are often used by companies for communication with their customers.

However, these useful messages and updates often provide relevant information that can help other businesses see what they are missing out on.

Now, if you are conducting your business from Hong Kong or you have partners from the region, it would be wise to sign up for a few newsletters to stay updated on the most important industry trends.

Below you will find a handpicked selection of some more prominent newsletters that are important for all entrepreneurs in and around the Hong Kong region.



InvestHK belongs to the government of the Hong Kong SAR. It is a department that deals with foreign investments, overseas projects, mainland, and Taiwanese businesses that wish to operate in Hong Kong.

The vision of this organization is to strengthen Hong Kong’s status as one of the leading business hubs of Asia and the entire world. It is through advisory services that InvestHK wants to attract and retain foreign direct investment since that is of strategic importance to the economic growth in the region.

If you decide to sign up for InvestHK’s newsletter, you will regularly get updates about the region’s significant investors and industry leaders coming from abroad.

Essentially, everything worth noticing ends up in the company’s Investment Newsletters. As an individual operating a business in the region, you will surely benefit from that kind of news.

South China Morning Post

The South China Morning Post (SCMP) is a famous Hong Kong media outlet that started operating back in 1903.

The journal’s circulation is stable (daily circulation of around 100,000). Additionally, according to a study, SCMP remains one of the most credible paid media sources in Hong Kong.

Fortunately enough, it is possible to sign up for SCMP’s newsletters through their website. Their most important newsletter for business people has to be the HK Business Briefing newsletter.

This is a Monday to Friday newsletter that provides a preview of the most important business and economic news of the day. This news is related to the market in Hong Kong and it is a must if you want to stay informed regarding the economic landscape in the region.


StartmeupHK is an initiative released by InvestHK. This company was created with the aim of helping founders of innovative and scalable startups from overseas to set up or expand in the Hong Kong region.

StartmeupHK offers services such as consultancy, informing investors about the startup ecosystem in Hong Kong, connecting people to the startup community, and even hosting startup events that are meant to boost networking and a positive environment.

The overall goal is to help startups that decide to operate in Hong Kong thrive and succeed. In turn, all of this will most certainly help Hong Kong’s development and image as an attractive global destination for foreign businesses.

Since this is indirectly a government-funded company (operated by InvestHK), you will find it very useful to sign up for StarmeupHK’s newsletter.

Through it, entrepreneurs have a chance to learn more about the region’s incubation and acceleration programs, government-backed schemes, and so on.

Cyberport is a great community for tech companies. This digital gathering has about 1,500 technology companies. It belongs to the Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited, and it is operated by the government of Kong Kong.

The idea behind Cyberport was to be the ultimate hub for digital technology. This is another important economic driver for Hong Kong. Cyberport is there to nurture a vibrant tech ecosystem through talent cultivation, entrepreneurship promotion, and startup support through the growth phases.

It is clear that Cyberport’s focus is on fostering the growth of major technologies. The scope most definitely includes FinTech, smart living, e-sports, and technologies such as AI and big data.

The e-Newsletter called CyberLink provides important information to subscribers such as the industry’s new investors, leading companies, trends, along with upcoming virtual career fairs.

If your company is a tech company, you should definitely consider signing up for the CyberLink newsletter.


The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is a statutory body established in 1966. Its aim is to promote, assist, and develop the region’s trade. This council’s main goal is to promote Hong Kong as a two-way global investment and business hub.

To create business opportunities for companies, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council organizes:

  • International exhibitions
  • Conferences
  • Business missions

There is a special focus placed on small and medium-sized enterprises in the mainland and international markets.

Additionally, the HKTDC provides up-to-date market insights and product information through trade publications, research reports, and digital news channels.

If you decide to subscribe to their Hong Kong Means Business newsletter, you can expect to learn about the latest market news, market insights, and every important bit of information that could help you improve your own business.


PwC offers consulting services to potential new companies in Hong Kong. This company has over 720 partners and their main objective is to provide companies with professional service.

On top of that, there is also a chance to get help from PwC wherever you might be, as PwC claims that they can provide global support. According to their website, their purpose is to build trust in society and solve important problems.

This company, actually, is a network of firms in 158 countries with over 250,000 people committed to delivering quality in assurance, advisory, and tax services.

Should you decide to sign up for PwC’s newsletter, you will first have to select your subscription type based on your interests. These vary from products, services, and insights, to surveys and events.

You can also select the industry you are in and the specific niche. This is all done with the aim of getting more accurate and useful pieces of information through newsletter issues that can really help out your organization.

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