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How To Become An Entrepreneur In Hong Kong – 60 Minute Presentation

July 12th, 2022

Posted by / in Feature Article, Investment Visas, Musing, VG Front Page / 2 responses


Last Thursday, July 7 2022, I participated in a hosted Webinar on How To Become An Entrepreneur in Hong Kong.

This one hour presentation was hosted by banking services provider Statrys and supported by my colleague Will Probert of Zzzzip.

The material itself is self-explanatory and I hope you find it helpful in understanding how to become an entrepreneur in Hong Kong, especially if you need immigration permissions in order to do this.

10 Must Have Resources For An Entrepreneur Applying For A Hong Kong Business Investment Visa

1. INFOGRAPHIC – One Man Investment Visa for Hong Kong

2. PDF – Information on the Hong Kong Business Investment Visa

3. PLAN – The Hong Kong Visa Application Roadmap

4. CASE STUDY – Hong Kong Investment Visas – 3 Case Examples That Would Not Get Approved

5. TEMPLATES – Business Investment Visa Application Argument & Other Supporting Letters to the HKID

VIDEO – 60 Page Business Plan Needed for a Business Investment Visa?

VIDEO – Advantages of Being An Existing Resident When You Make an Application for a Business Investment Visa

PODCAST – Freelancers in Hong Kong – Can You Get a Visa?

TEMPLATE – Business Plan for a Hong Kong Enterprise

TEMPLATE – Hong Kong Employment Contract


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The Hong Kong Visa Geeza (a.k.a Stephen Barnes) is a co-founder of the Hong Kong Visa Centre and author of the Hong Kong Visa Handbook. A law graduate of the London School of Economics, Stephen has been practicing Hong Kong immigration since 1993 and is widely acknowledged as the leading authority on business immigration matters here for the last 24 years.

  • Richard Robbins

    14 Jul 2022 am31 12:32am

    Hong Kong seems like an exciting place to do business…

    …but the political environment, especially with strange things happening in China over the past couple years, seems volatile.

    For a company that’s just starting to look at getting into Hong Kong, what reassurance can you give that there is not too much risk in the business environment because of potential changes made politically?

    • The Visa Geeza

      17 Jul 2022 pm31 2:29pm

      Don’t believe everything you read / see in the western mainstream media. They are China bashing. I’ve been here 35 years. Apart from covid (which is a pain) it’s as good as it’s ever been.


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