“With its strong infrastructure and proximity to Mainland China, no other city has what Hong Kong will always have. But with challenges such as border closures and travel restrictions still standing in the way, can the city maintain its lustre and status as an innovation and technology hub for start-ups?”
Since 2020 I collaborate occasionally with Report, the investigative Rai3 broadcast, creating animated illustrations that serve as intros for certain services that speak of technology. The one below is Jules Verne prediction about a water as powerful creator of electricity.
Making a comeback
“Amid Hong Kong launching its global promotion campaign after three years of strict COVID-19 restrictions, Nicky Burridge talks to Institute members working in the tourism sector about how organizations are positioning themselves for the rebound, and the role CPAs play in helping the sector take advantage of the tourism revival.”
An outside perspective
“Every listed company in Hong Kong requires independent and impartial advice to ensure it is being managed correctly – a need that calls for an independent non-executive director (INED).”
” Valuations are playing an increasing role in business. Though the fundamental process – determining the current or projected worth of an asset of company – remains the same, new regulations have cast a spotlight on the specialism and the valuers working in the field..”
“This is the first article I illustrated for Aplus magazine. The article was about the incorporation of new technologies and articifical intelligence into the company’s methods of data storage and management. I began my metaphorical research from the imaginary world of Metropolis by Fritz Lang, transposing it into the world of finance.”
Illustrations for an article about transitions and transformations of a city in a new “smart” dimension.
“When done right, mergers and acquisitions have the ability to help a company to achieve exponential growth, capture a larger share of the market and effectively elevate the business. However, the journey to a successful merger or acquisition is pockmarked with challenges, and calls for experts like accountants to help companies find the best way […]
A plan for All
” After Covid, the Strategic Plan 2020-2022 was released serving as a blueprint that shares the Institute’s long-term vision, and sets out its strategic aims.”
“Hong Kong’s 2022-23 Budget, announced last month, introduced measures to help the city’s citizens and businesses see it through current challenges. Experts reflect on the Financial Secretary’s budget speech and tell Nicky Burridge how the measures will impact different sectors of the economy and community.”