On 11 September 2001, lived Edwin Lee, a young investment banker from Hong Kong, the World Trade Center attacks in New York City. His office in Lower Manhattan, however, and his prestigious job at Credit Suisse have been lost as a result of the tragedy. Unemployed, Lee decided to take a chance and start his personal savings HKBI, Hong Kong’s first business brokerage. In the six years that followed, the company went through various stages ultimately establishes itself as Hong Kong’s pri … Read more »

On 11 September 2001, lived Edwin Lee, a young investment banker from Hong Kong, the World Trade Center attacks in New York City. His office in Lower Manhattan, however, and his prestigious job at Credit Suisse have been lost as a result of the tragedy. Unemployed, Lee decided to take a chance and start his personal savings HKBI, Hong Kong’s first business brokerage. In the six years that followed, the business went through various stages ultimately establishes itself as prime business district of Hong Kong brokerage for small businesses with 61% market share and sales of more than HK $ 68m. In 2008, Lee expects revenue to exceed HK $ 84m. To achieve this goal, he had started offering a number of new initiatives, including a deal with a local bank for potential buyers with financing. Lee would like to be able HKBI grow at the desired rate?
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Saimond Ip
Gilbert Wong,
Jeroen Van Den Berg,
Samuel Tsang
Source: University of Hong Kong
19 pages.
Publication Date: Sep 16, 2010. Prod #: HKU912-PDF-ENG
Hong Kong business intermediary: a launch pad for entrepreneurs HBR case solution

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