Hong Kong and COVID-19 – How to Help Your E-Commerce Business Survive

3rd of April 2020 ~ tagged hong kong, Covid 19, Coronavirus, e-commerce

Hong Kong was one of the first locations to report Covid-19 cases in the current global pandemic, and saw the advantages of early, decisive intervention. Its lockdown policies resulted in a successful fall in cases, with a total of just 110 reported by the start of March 2020.

Hong Kong: Cybersecurity In Education

21st of February 2020 ~ tagged security, schools, hong kong, CMS

In January 2020, the La Salle Primary School in Kowloon City became the ninth school in Hong Kong to fall victim to cyber attacks, with four of the affected schools reporting serious data breaches. It appears that the point of entry was the WebSAMS, (web-based school administrative and management system), a Government-developed system which allows electronic communication between institutions and the authorities. Currently, the WebSAMS system is employed by 988 schools in Hong Kong, each of which are individually responsible for maintaining their security protections. 

Does a Hong Kong SME need to outsource Public Relations?

20th of February 2019 ~ tagged interview, pr, marketing

I was thrilled when Mandy Queen agreed to an interview.

In Cred Communications she very rapidly created a very dynamic company able to take on larger agencies and beat them at their own game, which is a story I've always found highly inspiring - espeically as our companies were born in the same year. Mandy brings energy and humour to any interaction and is always a pleasure to speak to.

There's no excuse to use a carousel any more

13th of February 2019 ~ tagged web design, carousels, design elements

In all but the smallest organisations multiple individuals and departments want to be represented on the website's home-page.The organisation may offer multiple services or products, there may be upcoming events, or perhaps someone senior has decreed that their latest pensées must be feautred on the home-page.

For this reason, websites often use carousels to shoe-horn content from multiple sources into the prominent "above the fold" section of the homepage. 

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