Trudy Chan, co-founder of Go24 Fitness. The company occupies about 29,000 sq ft in districts where protesters have clashed with police and pro-Beijing groups during the protests. Photo: Nora TamTrudy Chan, co-founder of Go24 Fitness. The company occupies about 29,000 sq ft in districts where protesters have clashed with police and pro-Beijing groups during the protests. Photo: Nora Tam
Trudy Chan, co-founder of Go24 Fitness. The company occupies about 29,000 sq ft in districts where protesters have clashed with police and pro-Beijing groups during the protests. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong protests create space for new businesses to expand, as traditional retailers, restaurants retreat after seven months of falling sales

  • A decline in traditional retailers and restaurants has definitely given new and smaller businesses opportunities to expand, 24-hour gym operator says
  • Shop rents across Hong Kong have fallen to their lowest level in more than five years, Cushman & Wakefield says
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Trudy Chan, co-founder of Go24 Fitness. The company occupies about 29,000 sq ft in districts where protesters have clashed with police and pro-Beijing groups during the protests. Photo: Nora TamTrudy Chan, co-founder of Go24 Fitness. The company occupies about 29,000 sq ft in districts where protesters have clashed with police and pro-Beijing groups during the protests. Photo: Nora Tam
Trudy Chan, co-founder of Go24 Fitness. The company occupies about 29,000 sq ft in districts where protesters have clashed with police and pro-Beijing groups during the protests. Photo: Nora Tam
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