On that note, if you happen to be a foreigner who is also a company owner and plan to set up a subsidiary or a company of any other type in Hong Kong, we at Paul Hype Page & Co will be able to assist you with doing so. We understand much about the process of company incorporation in Hong Kong and will thus work with you throughout every step of Hong Kong company incorporation. Once you have utilized our services, you will have a Hong Kong company to call your own.
In Hong Kong, there are certain industries in which the demand for foreign companies is higher because of the many opportunities for business growth as well as the high degree of economic contribution to Hong Kong which such industries make. One such industry is that of aerospace and aviation. This is because Hong Kong International Airport is one of the world’s major airports; much aircraft and many people pass through it every day. Businesses in this industry which often thrive in Hong Kong include those involved in aircraft conversion, aircraft engine repair and maintenance, and aircraft engineering, among others. The Hong Kong government has also begun to prioritize the development of its creative industries. For this purpose, it has provided an investment of HK$100 million in the Hong Kong Design Center. Advertising, publishing, design, and craft companies are among those which have most benefited from the development of creative industries in Hong Kong. The chemicals industry in Hong Kong is also one which is suitable for foreign companies. This is because the demand for chemicals and plastics in Hong Kong has significantly increased in recent times. Hong Kong is also one of the world’s leading trading centers for such products. Some of the products which are provided by foreign companies involved in Hong Kong’s chemicals industry include engineering plastics, specialist chemicals, and industrial compounds. Any foreign company in any of the industries mentioned which expands to Hong Kong is likely to experience a significant level of business success because of the current climate of the Hong Kong consumer market.