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tdctrade.com express - an all-in-one e-newsletter tailored to your business needs

The Trade Development Council has launched a new e-newsletter that can be fully customised according to readers' business needs and interests. Readers can enjoy all relevant market news in one weekly email.

tdctrade.com express provides updated business information on global market trends, industry news and events, and business opportunities to readers in Hong Kong, and around the world. It can be easily subscribed online via www.tdctrade.com

The newsletter can be customised by region, covering Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, the Americas, Europe and all other regions. It can also be customised by industry, covering electronics & electricals, garments & textiles, gifts & houseware, timepieces, jewellery & optical goods, toys & sporting goods. Services industries include design, marketing, licensing & trade fair business, information & communications technology, and transport & logistics.

Subscribers can amend their chosen areas of interest at anytime.

Apart from this weekly e-newsletter, readers can also subscribe to SME News Flash, which ensures businesses are kept up-to-date on breaking news and changes in the trade regulations of Hong Kong's major trading partners. A must-read for any small business in Hong Kong.

If readers subscribe to tdctrade.com express or SME News Flash before 25 July, they get a chance to win US$1,000 gift coupons. To get started, log on to www.tdctrade.com/express/eng

tdctrade.com is the award-winning website of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, and was voted as 'best in Asia' among all trade promotion websites in the region, according to a survey by AC Nielsen in May 2003.

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For media enquiries, please contact TDC's Corporate and Media Communications Department at 2584 4333.

 

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