Our bi-monthly magazine ‘Britain in Hong Kong’ has a readership of approximately 15,000 and gets circulated to our members both in Hong Kong and overseas. It goes to a database of business contacts in Hong Kong in all the major sectors of business, and it also gets distributed in all the social clubs (such as the Yacht Club, Hong Kong Club, etc), business class lounges for British Airways, Cathay Pacific and Virgin Atlantic in London and Hong Kong, as well as on-board British Airways flights between London and Hong Kong.
The first issue of 2017 focuses on gender barriers and the emerging Gen-Z workforce. The tech savvy generation was born into Skype, Facebook, Yahoo and all things internet. Will they free us from the margins that traditionally split the workplace? Other highlights include: - Enough Monkey Around - Reflecting on 2016 - Fintech Sector Needs More Women - How to Find, Hire and Keep a Diverse Team - Travel and Lifestyle features - Member offers
Enough Monkeying Around
What a year it's been: Britain in Hong Kong reviews the highs and lows of 2016, and looks forward to brighter - if no less controversial - days ahead in the Year of the Rooster.
Fintech Sector Needs More Women
It’s a double-whammy: tech and finance have traditionally been maledominated fields and as such, have been limited in perspective and experience. The inclusion of more women and greater diversity in general have proven to increase ROI and offer fresh insights for those companies wise enough to broaden their workforce.