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Significant Controller Register

A significant controller is a natural person or an entity who must have significant control over the Hong Kong (HK) company.

Articles of Association HK

Articles of Association

A document that specifies the regulations for the operations of a Hong Kong company, and defines the objectives of the company.


Hong Kong Company Bank Account Opening

With a bank account for your business in locally in Hong Kong, you can leverage from the free capital transfer, no tax on interest, no need to maintain a high balance, and more.


Hong Kong Companies Ordinance Cap 622

Cap 622 of the Companies Ordinance is a legal framework for the incorporation and operation of companies in Hong Kong.


Hong Kong Company Director Requirements

HK companies can appoint or remove directors. A director can resign. A director has duties/power to act on all business/affairs of the company.

Company Secretary Services Hong Kong (HK)

Company Secretary Services in Hong Kong

Registered address, accounting, auditing, tax annual return, local HK bank account opening, nominee shareholders may be included in company secretary services.

NNC1 Form - HK company incorporation

NNC1 Form (Sample) - HK Company Incorporation

NNC1 form is the incorporation form for Hong Kong limited companies. A HK limited company by shares can be registered by filling in info of shareholders & directors, and submitting NNC1 form (i.e. incorporation form).

HK Company Formation Requirements

Hong Kong Company Formation Requirements

The minimum requirements to set up a Hong Kong (HK) company include: Company name, Shareholders, Director, Company Secretary, HK registered address, Paid-up capital.

Doing Business in Hong Kong

Business Ideas in Hong Kong

Business Ideas in Hong Kong

Sourcing agent, manufacturing, website & app development, marketing & translation agency, online stores, yoga instructors are business ideas in HK.

Sole Proprietorship vs Partnership | HK Companies

Sole Proprietorship vs Partnership

The easiest way for an entrepreneur to set up a company in Hong Kong is to register a company in sole proprietorship. When the company requires to have more than one shareholders, the entrepreneurs can incorporate a partnership company.


Startup Funding (in Hong Kong)

Startup Funding in Hong Kong

Start with 47 funding schemes from Hong Kong government. The funds are available for and may be applied by SMEs & non-profit organizations.


InvestHK (or Invest Hong Kong)

The HK government department can help startups to plan, set up, launch, and expand. InvestHK can get overseas companies to invest in HK businesses.



HKVCA (Hong Kong Venture Capital and Private Equity Association) represents over 400 corporate members which include 240 private equity firms, together managing a total assets of US$ 2 trillion, and are engaged in venture capital and private equity investments in the Asia-Pacific region.

(TVP) Technology Voucher Programme - Hong Kong

Technology Voucher Programme (TVP) Funding

This government funding scheme allows businesses in HK with information technology related projects to apply.


Cyberport Incubation Programme

The main objective of Cyberport Incubation Programme (CIP) is to support Hong Kong startups and entrepreneurs and provide useful resources to grow/accelerate their businesses (related in the digital/tech area).


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DIY!HKCom is under the management of Prism Consultancy Co. Ltd. Besides Company Incorporation, we also offer services in Hong Kong Immigration, company secretary (or virtual office), registered office addresses, accounting, Xero accounting software subscription, audit, annual tax filing, payroll, website development, SEO, video production, and more.