Successful BUD cases in 2022

Successful BUD application

The Dedicated Fund for Branding, Upgrading and Domestic Sales (BUD Fund) was launched in 2012 to help Hong Kong companies to brand, upgrade and market in mainland China. As Hong Kong signed Free Trade Agreement and Investment Promotion & Protection Agreement with other economies, the BUD Fund are now consisted of Mainland Programme and FTA … Read more

Don’t wait for clearance. BUD Fund for e-Commerce.

E-Commerce can cross the border

The Chief Execute-elect John Lee said, the re-opening of mainland border is the first priority job of his term. However, it is clearly not pragmatic to wait for the re-opening at this moment. “Zero-COVID policy” are only in several countries and regions in the world. Even isolated North Korea reported thousands of cases recently. Scientists … Read more

Webinar: e-Commerce in Malaysia

An early research by the HKTDC discovered that the consumers in Kuala Lumpur have accepted e-Commerce more and more. Many retailers which target on Malaysian consumers have joined local popular e-Commerce platform such as Lazada (the largest e-Commerce platform in Southeast Asia) and Shopee etc. The ASEAN economies grow fast in recent years with young … Read more

T-box webinar: BUD Fund

Webinar

The local and global economy suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to assist local SMEs, the Hong Kong Government enhanced the BUD Fund further. The BUD Fund subsidizes Hong Kong eligible companies to expand in mainland and FTA markets (includes ASEAN), upgrade, transform and brand. The Mainland Programme and the FTA Programme (formerly known … Read more

Webinar: E-Commerce in Indonesia

E-Commerce evolves rapidly in recent years, and global online commerce demand increases immensely due to COVID-19 pandemic. Indonesia is one of the fastest growing online economy. The country is abundant of natural resource, labour export for years. As well as good policy and information technology advancement, the new economy moves fast. The SUCCESS of the … Read more

Webinar: Intellectual Property Registration

Webinar

One of the core of the BUD Fund is brand development. In order to protect the brand, we have to manage the intellectual property (IP) properly. The SUCCESS of the Trade Industry Department arranges the online seminar to discuss about intellectual property registration. It includes the difference between trademark, copyright and patent, also the intellectual … Read more

Webinar: BUD Fund and ReTAAS

As COVID-19 epidemic slowed down in Hong Kong, China and Southeast Asia, it is time for Hong Kong companies to plan the business expansion. The BUD Fund is implemented by the Hong Kong Productivity Council. Under the Fund, the Mainland Programme and the FTA Programme (formerly known as ASEAN Programme) provide a one-to-one subsidy up … Read more

Webinar: E-commerce opportunity in the GBA

E-commerce in the Guangdong-Macau-Hong Kong Greater Bay Area (GBA) grows rapidly. There are plenty of platforms such as Taobao, Tmall, JD, Little Red Book and TikTok etc. The SUCCESS of Trade and Industry Department (TID) organizes the webinar “Exploring E-Commerce opportunities in the Greater Bay Area” and invites specialists in the industry to share latest … Read more

BizMagnet wish you a Happy Mid-Autumn Festival

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Today is the 15th day of the 8th month of the Chinese calendar, known as the Mid-Autumn Festival. BizMagnet wish you a happy holiday. BizMagnet government funding consultant is professionally to help companies to apply for government funding. Our scope includes BUD fund consultation, TVP consultation, and other funding such as Export Marketing Fund, ReTAAS … Read more

BUD Fund grant $260m in 1st half of 2020

International Trade

The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) released the latest figures of “Dedicated Fund on Branding, Upgrading and Domestic Sales” (BUD Fund) in a press release. Due to the US-China conflict, the Chief Innovation Officer Dr Lawrence Cheung reflected that a lot of manufacturers moved their factories from mainland China to Southeast Asia (ASEAN members) and … Read more