Over the past few years, investors in Hong Kong have been looking at other Asian markets for investment opportunities. One prime candidate has been Vietnam, where the country’s accession to the WTO in 2007 has caught the eye of Hong Kong investors.
A steady increase in private investors has helped make angel investment an option for individuals or groups in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong branch of the Angel Investment Network was built to cater to this growing market.
Business investment opportunities are available across a wide range of market sectors, so there will be something of interest for any potential investor. Several other investment groups have started to form in the region, including non-profit financial associations such as the HKIFA (Hong Kong Investment Funds Association).
As a key entry point for investors and businesses looking to expand into Asia, Hong Kong has a strong environment for investors – along with a growing amount of local investors that are looking for opportunities internationally.
Entrepreneurs can connect with investors in Hong Kong and elsewhere around the world, while investors can browse through business proposals in a variety of market sectors.