Open up your Company Bank Account, Maintain & Upkeep your Business!
Have you registered your business in Hong Kong? Ready to start up and work hard as a fellow entrepreneur?
Let’s get into the second step of your business establishment in Hong Kong: Open your Company Bank Account, maintain and upkeep your business yearly. While it is pretty easy, straightforward and quick to incorporate a company in Hong Kong, it is another story for the bank account opening. This is the tricky part at the moment in Hong Kong. Therefore, we will give you all the last updated hints on the process to follow to get your bank account approved. You will be receiving our Bank Account Checklist for you to be ready for the D Day of Bank Account Appointment.
Once this step is over, you will need to know Hong Kong requirements and common practices to maintain and upkeep your business yearly. There, we will get into the procedures you have to follow according to Hong Kong rules and regulations and review the running costs to maintain your company.
Josephine Lau, Business Facilitator at Centre O deals with these procedures every day, therefore we could define her as an expert in this field. During this seminar, she will share with you her knowledge and experience concerning Bank Account Opening in Hong Kong nowadays, since Centre O has hit 100% successful rate for Bank Account Opening since 2016. Later on, she will explain you simply how Hong Kong system functions, and provide you with concrete and effective solutions, according to business particularities.
Book your evening to gather essential information about Hong Kong companies and Business Bank Account. While enjoying some snacks and cool drinks, you will be granted the booklet for Bank Account Success for this special event. Don’t miss out this great opportunity to obtain valuable information!
We look forward to meeting you there 🙂
Date: 23rd May 2017 (Tuesday)
Time: 7pm to 8pm
Location: Sheung Wan O Connect Business Centre – 24/F, Suite 1&2, 135 Bonham Strand Trade Centre, Bonham Strand East, Sheung Wan
Fee: HK$100 online / HK$150 at the door
Seats: Limited to 20