As the Hong Kong government announces support for small businesses, the question is where to invest time and resources
Last week, the Hong Kong government announced plans to roll out relief measures worth HK$19.1 billion (US$2.4 billion) to shore up an economy under pressure from, among other things, a worsening global economic outlook and the escalation of US-China trade tensions.
According to the Financial Secretary, Paul Chan, the initiative will cover things like student subsidies and fee waivers for low-income households. It will also offer help for small businesses.
That last point raises an interesting question. What kind of help would do the most good for SMEs. Or, to put it another way: if the government were to hand out money – whether that’s in the form of tax breaks or rebates – where is the best place for SMEs invest that support!
如果你是企業的工程師，即使你知道SAP S/4HANA 有多厲害﹑功能有多全面，你可能會也對立刻升級/遷移SAP S/4HANA有點猶豫。這也無可厚非，工程師的主要工作是管理系統的設計和工作量以及系統的更新，所以你可能不會太積極重新採用新技術，原因不難理解，新技術往往需要時間/資源
What’s stopping more Hong Kong firms from moving out of the small and medium size…