As with many major cities, Hong Kong is rife with recruitment firms. Recruitment firms specialize in a range of industries and positions such as managerial, administration, human resources, real estate, banking, marketing and many more.

ALS International 3305, 33/F The Centrium
60 Wyndham Street
Tel: 2920 9100

Boyden China Ltd Level 20, Central Tower 28 Queens Rd.
Central, Hong Kong
Tel: 2159 9682

Spring Professional 24A, @Convoy,
169 Electric Road,
North Point, Hong Kong
Tel: 2802 8062

William Select 601, 6/F, FWD Financial Centre,
308 Des Vouex Road Central, Hong Kong
Tel: 2537 6618

Manpower Services (HK) Limited Rooms 2303-04, 9 Chong Yip Street,
Kwun Tong, Kowloon,
Hong Kong
Tel: 2525 3513

Michael Page International 17th Floor, Central Tower
28 Queen’s Road Central, Central
Hong Kong Island
Tel: 2530 6100

Sara Beattie Group Ltd. 5th Floor, Yardley Commercial Building,
3 Connaught Road West,
Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Tel: 2507 9360

Korn/Ferry International (HK) Ltd 15/F, St. George's Building
2 Ice House Street, Central
Hong Kong
Tel: 663 4410

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Set Up a Business

By law, every person, firm or corporation conducting business in Hong Kong must register that business and pay an annual fee. Failure to do so may result in a heavy fine or even imprisonment. Organizations involved in charitable work are exempt from paying a fee although they must still register.

Setting up a company in Hong Kong is relatively simple, although the regulations must be followed precisely and, if in doubt, it is always advisable to seek the help of professionals in the field. Moreover, there are many publications available on the topic; for example, the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) updates Establishing an Office in Hong Kong on an annual basis.

Below is a summary of the steps you must follow to incorporate a private limited company in Hong Kong; however, we advise you to consult with appropriate authorities in order to understand what is fully required for the process.

  • Choose a suitable name for the company.
  • Check proposed name against registered list of names. This can be done at the Companies Registry.
  • Prepare and complete two signed copies of the Memorandum and Articles of Association, signed and witnessed.
  • Complete the Statutory Declaration of Compliance signed and witnessed.
  • Write a check for the registration fee and capital duty.

Submit the above documents to the Companies Registry with a cover letter to the following address:

Companies Registry
14/F Queensway Government Offices
66 Queensway, Admiralty
Tel: 2867 2600

Be sure to get a company seal made. A rubber stamp referred to locally as a “chop”.

Business Councils and Groups

Business Councils and Groups

American Chamber of Commerce

American Women’s Association

Australian Chamber of Commerce

British Chamber of Commerce

Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Chamber of Hong Kong Listed Companies

Chinese General Chamber of Commerce

HK Women Professionals & Entrepreneurs Association

HK Association of Business & Professional Women