[POSTPONED] Round Table: the BUD Fund and the Hong Kong Government Incentives
[POSTPONED] Round Table: the BUD Fund and the Hong Kong Government Incentives

To support the Hong Kong Business Community, The Hong Kong Government has been sponsoring a number of subsidy projects under the Funding Scheme that has recently gained the interest of a larger number of enterprises, especially those facing serious challenges due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

On December 1st, with a roundtable in collaboration with Deloitte, the Incentives Chinese Team with the coordination of the Italian Desk of Deloitte AP ICE, will illustrate The BUD Fund, a dedicated Fund on “Branding, Upgrading and Domestic sales”.

Originally established in 2012 under the frame of the Mainland Scheme and the Free Trade Agreement Scheme, the Fund allows companies to be reimbursed for approved expenses incurred in projects aimed at boosting promotional sales activities undertaken in some APAC countries including Mainland China, Singapore and Macau. The reimbursement can amount up to HK$ 4,000,000 to cover costs such as advertisement, stores openings, social media advertisement and e-commerce platform set-up.

During the Round Table, the experts from Deloitte will give insight about the requirements needed for an application, how to tailor your project to your business needs and to maximize the chances of getting a favourable consideration from the approval authorities.

NOTE: This invitation is personal and non-transferrable. In order to guarantee a safe environment, the attendance to this event will be limited to 12 guests, assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

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WHERE

Deloitte Office, 35/F, One Pacific Place 88 Queensway, Hong Kong

WHEN

December 01 2020, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

ATTENDANCE FEES

This Event Is FREE - By Invitation Only

CONTACT PERSON

Silvia

CONTACT INFORMATION

icc@icc.org.hk

IN COLLABORATION WITH

[POSTPONED] Round Table: the BUD Fund and the Hong Kong Government Incentives


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