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  1. How can I become a member of the Singapore Chamber of Commerce (HK)?
  2. Can I become an overseas member of the Singapore Chamber of Commerce (HK)?
  3. What membership benefits do I/we get?
  4. Where can I get contact details of Singapore Chambers, Overseas Singapore Clubs, Business associations and NGOs in the region?
  5. Is an employment visa needed to work in Hong Kong?
  6. The best way to seek business matching partners in Hong Kong?
  7. How to register a company in Hong Kong?
  8. Where can I get some help to set up a new office, recruit staff and network with the local and Singaporean business/professional communities?
  9. Where can I get some help or advice on schooling of my children, finding accommodation and getting to know more Singaporeans in town?
  10. Which agency in Hong Kong can provide me with information on education in Singapore?
  11. Where can I obtain some updated information on current employment situation in Singapore?
  12. Is there any agency that can answer my queries in migration to Singapore?
  13. Where can I get the names and contact details of industry-specific importers and exporters in Singapore?
  14. Who can give me advice on how to set up a company in Singapore?
  15. Where can I find information on tourism in Singapore?
  16. What is the address of the Singapore Consulate-General in Hong Kong?
  17. Whom shall I contact if I wish to put my child to receive Singapore education in Hong Kong?
  18. What is the address of Singapore Airlines in Hong Kong?


1. How can I become a member of the Singapore Chamber of Commerce (HK)?

To receive our membership application form contact us on telephone number 852 28383733 or e-mail us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or Complete the form from our website at “xxxxxxx”.

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2. Can I become an Overseas Member of the Singapore Chamber of Commerce (HK)?

Yes! Overseas members are entitled to the same benefits as local members.

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3. What membership benefits do I/we get?

Membership Benefits

Be informed:

SCC(HK) updates you on a wide range of business related developments such as tax, employment law, immigration, etc. Members are being informed by regular-mails, luncheon talks, seminars, conferences designed to better understand the Hong Kong and China business environment and trends.

Thanks to the SCC(HK) organised and/or co-organised activities, you will meet officials from Hong Kong, China and Singapore and have access to first hand information.

SCC(HK) offers its members feedback on International Business Committee meetings. These quarterly “face-to-face” meetings between Hong Kong Government and the business community are a unique and meaningful lobby channel.

Be exposed:

Have instant access to the Singaporean business circles in Hong Kong and China and increase opportunities to meet and interact with business like executives.

Expand your networking opportunities during activities jointly organised with other chambers and business associations in Hong Kong. If you are new to Hong Kong, benefit from the Chamber’s assistance and members’ experience setting up your office, get in touch with the right persons and save time to get operatives in a short period of time.

Combined search tools and Internet links on SCC(HK) website and create business exposure opportunities for your company.

Be heard

Use SCC(HK)’s channel and its position within the influential business organisations such International Business Committee, Intercham (the informal association of 27 foreign chambers in Hong Kong) to express your business concerns to the Hong Kong Authorities and policy makers
Retail discounts and special promotions: With the membership card, members are entitled to discounts and special promotions in retail and services outlets in Hong Kong. Click here to review a full list of available discounts and special promotions.

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4. Where can I get contact details of Singapore Chambers, Overseas Singaporean Clubs Business Associations and NGOs in the region?

Visit the following websites in the region at: -
www.singcham.com.cn
www.sbf.org.sg
www.cea.org.sg
www.overseassingaporean.sg
www.ssba-scs.com

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5. Is an employment visa needed to work in Hong Kong?

Yes. As a general rule, any person other than those having the right of abode, must obtain a visa before coming to Hong Kong for the purpose of education, taking up employment, training, investment or residence. Applicants may submit their visa applications to the nearest Chinese Embassy/Consulate-General in their place of Residence.

For visa applications other than from China and Taiwan, the applicants may send their applications to the Hong Kong Immigration Department directly or through the sponsor in Hong Kong. Such applications should be submitted to the Receipt and Dispatch Unit, 2/F, Immigration Tower, 7 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.For full information visit the Immigration department web site.

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6. The best way to seek business matching partners in Hong Kong?

Premier Connect is a customised business matching service provided by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. It will match you with prospective Hong Kong business partners.
Customised matching service putting you with the right partners
Experienced and knowledgeable business matching specialists
Access to a resourceful proprietary database of suppliers and buyers
Pre-screened business partners
Additional market information acquired
Appointment service

E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Website: http://www.PremierConnect.tdctrade.com
Hotline:(852) 1830668

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7. How to register a company in Hong Kong?

The Business License Information Centre is part of the Government’s efforts to help business. It provides free one-stop information service for government licenses, permits, certificates and approvals that businesses are required to operate. Using a computerised database, the Centre provides investors and businesses with comprehensive and up-to-date business license information.
To find out more, visit Business License Information Centre web site at

http://www.gov.hk/en/business/registration or call 852-183 5500.

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8. Where can I get some help to set up a {RND_WORD} new office, recruit staff and network with the local and Singaporean business/professional communities?

SCC(HK) has a wide spectrum of individual and corporate memberships who are in a variety of businesses and professions who can help you in these areas. You may contact our office for assistance at: -

7/F, China Hong Kong Tower, 8-12, Hennessey Road, Wanchai Hong Kong.
Tel:(852) 28383733
Fax:(852) 28383390
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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9. Where can I get some help or advice on schooling for my children, finding accommodation and getting to know more Singapore in town?

For education and schooling, you can visit the following web site at: -
www.internationaleducationmedia.com/hongkong/schools.htm
To get settling down, you can contact the Singapore Association in Hong Kong.
Tel:(852) 25213859
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Website: www.sahk.com

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10. Which agency in Hong Kong can provide me with information on education in Singapore?

SMC Consultants
Tel:(852) 25279886
Fax:(852) 25270275
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Website: www.migration.com.hk

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11. Where can I get some updated information on current employment situation in Singapore?

Contact Singapore, an alliance of the Economic Development Board and the Ministry of Manpower of Singapore.
Address: - in the process of setting a new office here.

Tel: (852) 25272212
Fax: (852) 28661239
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Website: www.contactsingapore.org.sg

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12. Is there any agency that can answer my queries in immigrations to Singapore?

Yes, the SMC(HK) Limited whose office is located at:

Unit 902, 9/F, Admiralty Centre Tower One, 18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong

Tel: (852) 25279886
Fax: (852) 25270275

Where can I get the names and contact details of industry-specific importers and exporters in Singapore?
Directories of Singapore importers and exporters are available at the Chamber office for public reference. Alternatively, you may visit the website of the International Enterprises Singapore at www.iesingapore.gov.sg

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13. Where can I get the names and contact details of industry-specific importers and exporters in Singapore?

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14. Who can give me advice on how to set up a company in Singapore?

For general information, you may contact the International Enterprises Singapore, who has an office at:
Unit 36-03, No.233 Tianhe North Road, CITIC Plaza, Tianhe District, Guangzhou 510613, Guangdong, PRC.

Tel: (86) 20 3891 1911
Fax: (86) 20 3891 1772
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Website: www.iesingapore.gov.sg

If more specific advice is required, the SCC(HK) can refer professional service in these regards.

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15. Where can I find information on tourism in Singapore?

The Singapore Tourism Board.
Unit 2003, Central Plaza, 18 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 25989290
Fax; (852) 25981040

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16. What is the address of the Singapore Consulate-General in Hong Kong?

Unit 901-2, 9/F, Admiralty Centre, Tower One, 18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 25722212
Fax: (852) 28613595
Website: www.mfa.gov.sg/hongkong

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17. Whom shall I contact if I wish to put my child to receive Singapore education in Hong Kong?

The Singapore International School
23 Nam Long Shan Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 28720208

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18. What is the address of Singapore Airlines in Hong Kong?

17/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway, Hong Kong
Tel:(852) 28631803
Fax: (852) 28668832