It's Never Just Business

The building blocks of a successful business aren't only made up of numbers. At HSBC, we recognise that it's often driven by your ambition and passion. Be inspired by some of today's enterprising leaders and find out about their stories here.

The human side of business

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Behind each of today's leaders lies a personal story. Walk with them through their different paths to success.

Ho Bee Land Limited

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Chua Thian Poh followed his first mover instinct to develop the pioneer Sentosa Cove project. Today, the property developer has expanded globally and is a key player in the industry.

Read his full story here

Star 360 Holdings

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Being a high jumper back in school spelled the beginning of Andy Chaw's success. Taking his athletic calling from track to trade made Star360 the sporting empire it is today.

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Sing Lun Group

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Some families pass down heirlooms. For the Lees, an entrepreneurial spirit was shared across three generations, making Sing Lun Group an internationally successful apparel business.

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Kim Hock Corporation Pte Ltd

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Kim Hock Corporation never once thought of calling it a day. Some 7,300 nights later, it's grown from a small karang-guni business to one of Singapore's biggest recycling plants.

Read his full story here

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Greater access to world’s second largest economy

At no point in China’s history have overseas investors had so much access to the country’s markets as they do today.1 This comes at a time when China has ambitions to internationalise its currency,2 liberalise its capital market3 and assume an even greater role in the global economy. 1

A growing global footprint

Home-grown enterprises from Shanghai to Shenyang are now looking beyond their domestic market, ushering in a new chapter that will spread China’s economic influence globally.

Innovation drive key to growth

A new era of innovation is dawning in China. The Beijing government, along with Chinese corporations, are now investing vast sums of money to upgrade industries, close the technology gap with advanced countries and acquire know-how.

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