The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) is a multi-disciplinary organisation established by statute in 1967, to promote productivity excellence through relentless drive of world-class advanced technologies and innovative service offerings to support Hong Kong enterprises. Being a key enabler of Industry 4.0 and Enterprise 4.0, HKPC strives to facilitate Hong Kong’s "new industrialisation", as well as bolstering Hong Kong to be an international innovation and technology hub and a smart city. The Council offers comprehensive innovative solutions for Hong Kong industries and enterprises, enabling them to achieve resources and productivity utilisation, effectiveness and cost reduction, and enhance competitiveness in both local and overseas marketplaces. The Council partners and collaborates with local industries and enterprises and world-class R&D institutes to develop applied technology solutions for value creation. It also benefits a variety of sectors through product innovation, technology transfer, and commercialisation, bringing enormous business opportunities ahead. HKPC’s world-class R&D achievements have been widely recognised over the years, winning an array of local and overseas accolades.
In addition, HKPC offers SMEs and startups immediate and timely assistance in coping with the ever-changing business environment, as well as enhancing their competitive edge by providing a variety of FutureSkills training to upskill and nurture talent with digital capabilities and TechEd competencies.
A good corporate governance system is vital for HKPC. We are happy to share the Corruption Prevention Advisory Service (CPAS), a specialised unit in the Corruption Prevention Department of the Hong Kong (ICAC) which is dedicated to providing professional corruption prevention advice and services to private companies, organisations and individuals. Related information can be found in the link below or through CPAS’s web portal (https://cpas.icac.hk/EN).
HKPC is committed to promoting equal opportunities for people of different races, and we attach great importance to ensuring equal access to our services by all members of the public, regardless of their racial background. Under the Administrative Guidelines on Promotion of Racial Equality by the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau, HKPC’s checklist of measures on promotion of racial equality and the annual statistics on interpretation and translation services are as follows:
Checklist of Measures
Interpretation and Translation Services Arranged from April 2021 to March 2022