Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

Making it in Hong Kong – Career Hong Kong 2012

Making it in Hong Kong – Career Hong Kong 2012

Hong Kong Festival – 8th August 2012

Have you ever thought about working in Hong Kong? What are the opportunities for young people in Hong Kong? What do you need to know before moving to Hong Kong?

Hear from Chinese Kiwis themselves about life in Hong Kong!

The Hong Kong Festival 2012 is bringing back the popular Career Hong Kong, a career workshop aimed at recent graduates or senior tertiary students looking for employment opportunities in Hong Kong.

“The University of Auckland Business School and New Zealand Asia Institute are pleased to partner with Hong Kong Festival in presenting Career Hong Kong,” says Brad Weekly, Development Manager. “Our shared understanding of the increasing importance of Asia to New Zealand’s economy and culture and the Business School’s ongoing mission to prepare our graduates for successful careers make this partnership a win-win arrangement.”

“The Workshop will showcase presentation from Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office on essentials tips about working in Hong Kong.” Says Raymond Suen, Festival Director. “And we will be showcasing the stories of several young Chinese New Zealanders about living and working in Hong Kong.”

This event is free and will be held at the University of Business School on Wednesday 15th August at 6.30pm A diverse range of events will continue to showcase more great young talents. Check out our events on our website http://www.hkfestival.org.nz

See you in August!
ends

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Maritime Union: Deepening Supply Chain Crisis Requires Action

Maritime Union of New Zealand National Secretary Craig Harrison says the global COVID-19 pandemic exposed pre-existing weaknesses in our logistics sector, and created enormous problems... More>>



Air New Zealand: Employees Recognised With $1,000 Share Award

The efforts Air New Zealand employees made during one of the airline’s toughest years will be recognised via an award of $1,000 worth of company shares to all permanent employees... More>>

Consumer NZ: Bank Complaints On The Rise, Survey Shows

Nearly one in five Kiwis had a problem with their bank in the past year, Consumer NZ’s latest satisfaction survey finds. Consumer NZ chief executive Jon Duffy said the number of bank customers reporting problems had jumped to 18%, up from 11% in 2020... More>>

Mercury: Enters Into Binding Agreements To Acquire Trustpower’s Retail Business

Mercury NZ Limited (Mercury) has announced that it has entered into binding agreements with Trustpower Limited (Trustpower, NZX:TPW) to acquire Trustpower’s retail business for NZ$441 million... More>>

ALSO:


ASB: New Zealanders Missing Out On Hundreds Of Millions In KiwiSaver Government Contributions

New Zealanders have just over a week to ensure they’re eligible for the maximum annual government KiwiSaver contribution... More>>


Stats NZ: GDP Climbs 1.6 Percent In March 2021 Quarter Following December Dip

Gross domestic product (GDP) rose by 1.6 percent in the March 2021 quarter, following a 1.0 percent fall in the December 2020 quarter, Stats NZ said today. "After an easing of economic activity in the December quarter, we’ve seen broad-based growth in the first quarter of 2021... More>>