Hong Kong Productivity Council
The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) is a multi-disciplinary organization established by statute in 1967 to promote increased productivity and the use of more efficient methods throughout Hong Kong's business sectors.
HKPC is governed by a Council comprising a Chairman and 22 members. This Council represents managerial, labour, academic and professional interests, as well as a number of government departments concerned with productivity issues.
HKPC and its subsidiary companies employ about 600 highly-trained, skilled consultants and staff, and provide a multitude of services. The operation of HKPC is supported by fee income from its services and government subvention in balance.
HKPC provides a diverse range of services in product development, consultancy, training and technology transfer, to clients across all industrial and commercial sectors. As the Hong Kong economy moves away from assembly operations to higher value-added production, a constant flow of creatively applied technology is essential if the territory is to stay ahead in competitive global markets. To fulfil its role, HKPC has invested heavily in both new technologies and in-house training in order to upgrade the performance of its talented workforce.
HKPC's ability to serve its customers depends entirely on the diverse professional skills, teamwork and loyalty of its employees.
HKPC endeavours to meet the needs of clients to enhance their competitive advantage in both the local and world markets. HKPC is committed to providing a professional and efficient service in a supportive environment. Total customer satisfaction forms the core service goal of HKPC's team of professional consultants.
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- Other Engineering Service
- Computer Networking
- Internet Related Service
- Other Business Management & Consultancy Service
- Other Education & Training
- Other Environmental Protection
- Exhibition & Trade Show Organising