HCC ASIA PANEL SUCCESS

HCC ASIA PANEL SUCCESS

HCC Asia Panel Event SuccessPanel Photo from L to R: Dominic Ong, Professord David Goodman, Sharon Chen, Benjamin Law, Ky Chow,Professor Philip Cox, Jessie Xiao and Helene Chung MartinPhotograpy by Jeff TanThank you to our exceptional panel and moderators who were all engaging, dynamic, highly…

DRAGON FOOTSTEPS FEATURING KING FONG

Dragon Footsteps Sydney Chinatown’s well known local identity King Fong has recently released the book “Dragon Footprints; King Fong’s Historic Recollections” published by Asian Media Centre following the television series “Dragon Footprints” featuring six outstanding Chinese Australians…

HAYMARKET, AUSTRALIA’S MOST WALKABLE SUBURB!

Haymarket is the leading Walkable Suburbs in Australia!Sydney and Melbourne are by far Australia’s most walkable cities according to US company Walk Score, which released walkability rankings of Australia’s largest cities last week. Haymarket is ranked as the leading…

THE ART OF WAR FOR SMES

The Art of War for SMEsThe ‘Art of War’, regarded as a powerful manual for ambitious, innovative, and savvy small business owners and cited as essential reading for business leaders. According to Sun Tzu there are five essentials for victory namely;1 .He will win who…

FASHION CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Chamber of Commerce Diversifies A Chamber of Commerce can come in different forms and most recently the Australian Fashion Chamber launched its membership and mentorship program. Chambers are not for profit organisations made up of relevant industry experts and business owners who…

RECYCLING IN CHINATOWN

Recycling in ChinatownThe City of Sydney has launched the city’s first vending machinese that recycle empty plastic bottles and cans. Located on Dixon Street Mall, Haymarket. With the ability to hold up to 2000 containers this form of recycling is aimed at reducing the 15,000 cans and…

HAYMARKET THE HIGHEST MIGRANT SUBURB IN AUSTRALIA

Haymarket the Highest Migrant Suburb in AustraliaAustralian Bureau of Statistic (ABS) 2011 reports, migrants tended to be most concentrated around a number of key urban centres in Sydney. In the inner city, a large majority of residents in the suburbs of Haymarket (88%), Sydney CBD…

HCC AGM & WINTER EVENT 2014

HCC AGM & Winter Event 2014Photo Highlights With over 100 attendees, thank you to our many attendees / members who provided us with their positive feedback regarding the event’s genuine networking, the great venue and the…

HCC New President Simon Chan

HCC Welcomes New President Simon ChanThe Haymarket Chamber of Commerce (HCC) is proud to announce the newly elected President Simon Chan following the Chamber’s Annual General Meeting on 22 July 2014. Simon Chan is a former HCC Past Vice President, HCC Secretary and is a long-standing and…