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Cafe de Coral

Fast food group continues to grow despite hard times

Pouring out of lifts at the start of the midday rush, Hong Kong workers bounce lunch suggestions off each other: Noodles? Sandwich? Lunchbox? Pizza? Food court? And more often than not, Cafe de Coral features among the few brand names listed as options.

Interview Date: 2003/06

Caltex Oil Hong Kong

Helping improve air quality for a better quality of life

Traffic and air pollution seem to go hand in hand, or for pedestrians hand over mouth. But for Caltex, air pollution is a battle that needs to be won.

Interview Date: 2003/12

Celki Medical Company

Helping Hong Kong breathe a little easier

Many a business success story has inspired an entrepreneur to strike out on his own. So it seems a little odd that someone would set up shop on the basis of a business idea that flopped.

Interview Date: 2002/09

China Travel Service Holdings

Travel giant aiming to be international

Hong Kong travel agencies generally tend to stick to inbound or outbound tourism so that they can focus on doing what they do best -- either jetting tourists off to far, exotic places, or bringing in tourists to be dazzled by the wonders of Hong Kong. China Travel Service (Hong Kong) Ltd. (CTS HK) is among the exceptions.

Interview Date: 2003/01

CLP Holdings Limited

Throughout its history, the company has strived to maintain the highest standards in technology, operational and financial management

Started out in 1901 as China Light and Power Company, Limited, CLP is now one of the most widely held and actively traded stocks on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.

Interview Date: 2004/03

CPCNet

CPCNet, a subsidiary of Citic Pacific, offers various packages based on its Connect backbone.

Recent disclosures of confidential information highlight just how easy it is for electronic data to fall into the wrong hands. "The chance of this kind of thing happening is far higher than many people believe," Stephen Ho, CEO of CPCNet Hong Kong, explained. "People are trying to break into companies' networks all the time for one reason or another, so there is a real threat not just from lax management of data, but also from external forces."

Interview Date: 2008/09

Crown Motors Ltd

The Art of Marketing

Marketing is much more an ‘art’ than a science, which is why many businesses make the mistake of relying too much on scientific formulas and research, when they should be learning more about their products and customers

Interview Date: 2011/10

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