Hong Kong Fintech Week 2024 invites Myanmar businesspeople

Hong Kong Fintech Week 2024 (HKFTW 2024), organized by InvestHK, will take place from 28 October to 1 November 2024 at Asia World Expo, Hong Kong SAR. Myanmar businesspeople engaged in finance and technology are invited to explore business opportunities.
This FinTech expo will gather innovative tech solution providers overseas to showcase their services and solutions. It will feature conferences, exhibitions, networking events, demo shows, and study tours to companies in the Greater Bay Area and Hong Kong SAR.
Last 2023, HKFTW attracted over 35,000 participants from overseas. Therefore, the venue capacity is extended for this year’s HKFTW.
To encourage participation through governmental organizations, a Complementary Delegation Programme was arranged. A business delegate, including five to seven Fintech companies, will be provided with a 24-square-metre booth, and those with eight to ten companies will be allowed a 36-square-metre booth in order of application. That programme only covers the booth location, and they must bear the cost of setting up the booth.
Those interested business entities and the members of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry can visit www.fintechweek.hk for information and contact the FinTech Programmes and Delegation Manager through email: [email protected] and the contact number +85 2 21569342. — NN/KK

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