KPMG’s Julian Vella said being more innovative will require a culture that ‘allows us as a community to take risks, within parameters’. Photo: Dickson Lee

Fear of risks and too few tech graduates stalling Hong Kong’s smart city ambitions

A survey of over 500 business executives found that 73 per cent of them said the city was falling behind others in technology and innovation

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KPMG’s Julian Vella said being more innovative will require a culture that ‘allows us as a community to take risks, within parameters’. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Harminder Singh

Harminder Singh

Harminder is a Hong Kong-based journalist writing on a variety of issues. He spends his free time reading about politics, geo-politics and history. Harminder was previously with ATV as a news anchor and host of Newsline. You can follow him on Twitter @hsingh_hk.