Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco
Hong Kong

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Welcome

Mr Ivanhoe Chang

Director
Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office,
San Francisco

 

 


Mr Ivanhoe Chang


Established in 1986, the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in San Francisco represents the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) Government in the western part of the United States. We seek to strengthen and broaden Hong Kong’s economic relations with the 19 western states, by enhancing understanding of the SAR’s free trade policy and its unique advantages as the two-way platform for overseas companies to access the China market and for Chinese companies to go global.

Hong Kong is Asia’s international finance, trade, logistics and tourism center. With the removal of wine duty in 2008, the SAR is quickly becoming one of the world’s largest wine trading and distribution hubs. Hong Kong is also well-known for its vibrant cultural and creative industries, and has been making great strides in innovation and technology in recent years.

We have an Information Unit that assists the public and the media with their inquiries on matters related to Hong Kong. Our newsletter - e-Hong Kong and regular press releases are published to furnish those who are interested in Hong Kong with timely information on this world's freest economy.

Our Invest Hong Kong Desk, staffed by specialists with technical and industrial background and experience, provides a full range of services and information to entrepreneurs interested in establishing operations in Hong Kong. All services offered, including advice on investment opportunities in Hong Kong, introduction to potential joint-venture partners, etc., are provided free of charge and in strict confidence.

As our partners in promoting Hong Kong to the business communities in California, Hawaii, Oregon, Nevada, Texas and Washington State, a number of Hong Kong Business Associations and Hong Kong Clubs have been established by corporations and individuals that have significant business or cultural ties with Hong Kong. We encourage you to join them as members and participate in their activities to keep yourself abreast of the exciting new business opportunities in Hong Kong.

I hope you find the information on this website useful. Please contact us any time you need further information or assistance.

Address: 130 Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94104-4301, USA
Tel: (415)835-9300 Fax: (415)421-0646
Office hours: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM, Monday to Friday

Organization Chart

Key Personnel

Mr Ivanhoe Chang

Mr Ivanhoe Chang

Director
ivanhoe_chang@hketosf.gov.hk

Mr Michael Yau

Mr Michael Yau

Deputy Director
michael_yau@hketosf.gov.hk

Mr Lawrence Tang

Mr Lawrence Tang

Head, Investment Promotion
lawrence_tang@hketosf.gov.hk

Ms Grace Yu

Ms Grace Yu

Head, Public Relations
grace_yu@hketosf.gov.hk

Ms Wing Yan Tong

Ms Wing Yan Tong

Public Relations Officer
wingyan_tong@hketosf.gov.hk

Mr Stanley Wong

Mr Stanley Wong

Office Manager
stanley_wong@hketosf.gov.hk

Ms Robin Won

Ms Robin Won

Senior Manager, Investment Promotion
robin_won@hketosf.gov.hk

Ms Kerry Bonner

Ms Kerry Bonner

Senior Manager, Investment Promotion
kerry_bonner@hketosf.gov.hk

Mr Michal Kaczmarski

Mr Michal Kaczmarski

Senior Manager, Fintech
michal_kaczmarski@hketosf.gov.hk

General Enquiry

Thank you for visiting our site. You can send your enquiries or complaints to the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco through the following means:

Email:

hketosf@hketosf.gov.hk

Post:


130 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94104
U.S.A.


Telephone:

(415) 835-9300

Fax:

(415) 421-0646

All enquiries and complaints will be dealt with expeditiously. We pledge to acknowledge receipt of your message within 7 calendar days. A substantive reply will be given within 30 calendar days as far as possible.

Jurisdiction


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