Syahirah Aiman Abbas
Syahirah Aiman Abbas is a writer and translator who loves languages. After learning Malay, English, Arabic, Indonesian and French, now she is on to Turkish!
A collection of 16 posts
10 Tips To Sell Digital Products Online
Considering starting an e-commerce business but you do not want to hold inventory? Do you have a special talent or skill that is marketable? Turn your strengths into profits by selling digital products online!
12 Ideas To Get More Traffic to Your Online Store
When your website is finally live, you may want to look at these marketing strategies to bring potential customers to your online store.
Cost of Living as a Foreign Business Owner in Hong Kong
You’ve decided on setting up your company’s base in Hong Kong. The next step then would be to find out how much it costs to live there before you make the jump.
Cryptocurrency: What Does It Mean to Your Business Operations?
There are more than 4,000 cryptocurrencies that exist. Before you jump on the bandwagon, assess whether cryptocurrencies are suitable to be used in your business.
A Guide to Offering Free Shipping Profitably
Have you ever wondered who pays for the free shipping when you shop online? Turns out, it is possible to offer free shipping and have a profit margin at the same time.
Best Bank Accounts for E-commerce Businesses
Banking alternatives are emerging as new banking solutions which are good news for online businesses searching for more business bank accounts options for their e-commerce store.
How To File a Hong Kong Employer's Return? Form BIR56A and IR56B
As an employer, you need to fill up the Employer’s Return to report the amount of remuneration and other employee benefits. Form BIR56A acts as a cover letter to all IR56B forms an employer has to submit.
What Do Employers Need To Know About Salaries Tax Returns (Form BIR60)?
As a director of a company in Hong Kong, you would be required to pay Salary Tax on your salary through Form BIR60.
Hong Kong Ecommerce Trends & Statistics in 2021
E-commerce now accounts for more than one quarter of all retail sales in the Hong Kong. This number is expected to steadily increase in the years ahead, and would reach nearly one-third of all retail sales by 2024.