Event Recap: Bart De Wever

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The latest High-Caliber Speakers Series event featuring Mayor of Antwerp Bart De Wever saw over 150 attendees.  Mayor Bart De Wever introduced the Belgian city of Antwerp as a “vibrant economic community” that is open for business. He explained that despite its small size by Asian standards, Antwerp is a prime gateway to Europe for […]

Hong Kong opens borders to vaccinated Filipino and Indonesian helpers

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From 30 August 2021, foreign domestic helpers from the Philippines and Indonesia who have been fully vaccinated will be allowed to enter Hong Kong. The Hong Kong government announced that it had reached bilateral vaccination record recognition agreements with the governments of both the Philippines and Indonesia. However, helpers will still need to undergo a […]

Upcoming High-Caliber Speaker event with the Mayor of Antwerp

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The BLCC Collective in Asia proudly presents the latest event in our High-Caliber Speaker Series, featuring the Mayor of Antwerp, Bart De Wever. On 30 August, the Mayor will discuss how Antwerp is being positioned as the next future-proof business hub in Europe, focusing on its resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic. There will also be a Q&A session after the […]

Odoo valued at 2 billion Euros

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Great news from our BLCC Corporate Member Odoo: the Walloon company is now valued at 2-2.5 billion Euros after the United States-based Summit Partners announced an investment of 180 million Euros, buying out investors Sofinnova Partners and XAnge. This makes Odoo the most valuable Belgian private tech firm! The BLCC is extremely proud to have […]

Two Complementary Tickets for Our BLCC Members from the Law Society of Hong Kong

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Friend of the BLCC Dantes Leung from the Law Society of Hong Kong invites two of our BLCC members to attend the 2021 In-House Lawyers Training Programme, this year focusing on the risks of multilingual contracts. Multilingual contracts are commonplace in Hong Kong where multinational companies are located and international businesses are conducted. With potential […]