When relocating make sure employees don't suffer any inconveniences Relocating staff en masse has its challenges, particularly when it comes to crossing that geographical and psychological divide from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon. Multinational financiers Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and ABN Amro are among the big names that have decided to cross over from Central and take up space in the International Commerce Centre soaring above Kowloon MTR station. With more space coming on line in East Kowloon, John Chow, managing director of Winsor Properties Holdings, said it was up to companies to take care of one prime asset when relocating. 'When you move you want to make sure your staff don't suffer any inconveniences or else you start losing people and that defeats the purpose of the move.' Citing the good bus, MTR and road links that Kwun Tong has, Mr Chow said retail, dining and leisure facilities ensured that East Kowloon can match office districts elsewhere. 'There will always be resistance, but I cite the case of [London's] Canary Wharf: once one makes the jump, then it makes it easier for everyone else. And gradually the wheel keeps turning.'