New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong meets for networking drinks every third Tuesday of the month at the Mirage Bar (Lobby) Renaissance Harbour View Wan Chai, Hong Kong 6:30 to 8:30pm No reservations Just turn up & enjoy
Who we are The New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (NZCCHK) was founded in 1992 to promote the New Zealand economic presence in Hong Kong. Since then the continued increases in capital and trade flows between New Zealand, Hong Kong and the People’s Republic of China have been factors in the Chamber's activities. NZCCHK is a not-for-profit organisation established in Hong Kong under the Societies Ordinance Cap 151.
What we do The Chamber provides a forum between New Zealand, Hong Kong and China business executives to:
Corporate Gold Members
NZCCHKonnect Mirage Bar Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Tuesday 15 August 2017 6:30pm
A summary of categories, criteria, regulations and other requirements
Discuss and promote business ideas;
Create a supportive and encouraging business environment;
Assist entities seeking to increase business, trade or investment;
Promote and expand the business and general awareness of New Zealand;
Maintain relationships with other business organisations;
Monitor business, political and economic developments; and
Maintain links with agencies developing relationships between New Zealand, Hong Kong, Macau and Southern China
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World Class Kiwi performance comes to Hong Kong supporting the 20th Anniversary of the HKSAR and the 25th Anniversary of NZCCHK
The 2017 National Band of New Zealand and the Aotearoa Maori Group performed at the Yuen Long Theatre in Hong Kong on Sunday 2 July 2017 en-route to the World Music Concourse in Kerkrade, the Netherlands. The Band was subsequently placed second at the Championships. Congratulations!
The Hong Kong stop-over was supported by the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, the Leisure and Cultural Services Dept and the LCSD Music Office of the Hong Kong Government, the New Zealand Consulate General, Mainfreight (logistics) and GreenPro (programme).
The concert featured a variety of music, and performances by the Aotearoa Maori Group and the local Engor (Dance of Heroes) troupe.