I’m sure I’ll be getting a lot of backlash for saying this, but I think still images are dying. Yep, I said it. I think our grandchildren will be more familiar with moving imagery than photographs. Whether or not you agree, it’s impossible to deny the dramatic rise of GIFs and video content online. Considering the significant role video marketing on social media plays in our overall consumption of paid advertising, it would indeed be foolish to not incorporate this form of media in your overall strategy.
In the past couple of decades, life coaching has emerged as a widely known profession. Life coaches, broadly defined, work with individuals to identify and address challenges and opportunities in their life from an unbiased point-of-view. The issues they work through can concern relationships, career, family, or anything else that’s hindering the person’s quality of life.
New Year Resolutions are always unique to the individual, but when it comes to most companies today, improving SEO strategy is typically on the top of the list of things to improve in the new year.
This isn’t a post we wanted to write, but in light of recent events, it feels wrong not to touch on this very important issue on our work platform. There’s no point in focusing on the disturbing reality of what’s recently been exposed, since such behaviour is rooted in history and gender relations, but what we should be focusing on taking action to change the status quo.
Social responsibility has become an integral focus of the professional world in recent years. Aside from its moral significance and potential to impact the local community, the benefits of volunteering in relation to employee satisfaction and retention cannot be understated.
When looking at the issue of environmental sustainability in Hong Kong, waste reduction is always an important point of discussion, as the city’s landfills are predicted to be exhausted by 2020. At the forefront of this is Garager Ceicy, who is the General Manager of Vegware, a UK-based company that produces plant-based, biodegradable packaging with a mission of producing 'Zero Waste'.
If you’re not in a professional or service industry, it’s likely that your company doesn’t have much of a dress code. The notion of workplace and weekend attire has blurred even more with the rise of tech company culture, where casual is the name of the game.
What do you eat when you’re the Co-Founder of Hong Kong’s first fresh produce and grocery delivery service? If you’re thinking some pretty amazing home-cooked meals, then you’re right.
We’re so thrilled to introduce Jou Sun Co-Founder Jessica to the Garage Community at Sai Ying Pun. It was great getting to know her and discussing how she came to launch this innovative product in Hong Kong, her vision for the future of food consumption in the city, and what we as smart consumers can do to empower local farmers and reduce food waste.
We’ll also be diving into topics we as Hong Kong residents are very aware of, namely that of food safety, transparency, and access to affordable, fresh produce. Keep reading to the end as Jessica shares her favourite recipe of the moment too!