Trojan Technologies A Finalist For Hong Kong Canada Business Achievement Award
The Hong Kong Business Achievement Awards is a new initiative to recognize and showcase the success stories of outstanding business operations that are either conducting business and trade between Canada and Hong Kong, or using Hong Kong as the platform for doing business with Asia.
Trojan Technologies was happy to be a finalist this year in the category of “Outstanding Business Innovation Award” (Canada East). The Awards Gala was held on April 29, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario. Keynote speaker at the gala was Professor KC Chang, Hong Kong’s Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury. In attendance were 350 guests from the financial, business and IT sectors.
Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office Acting Director, Peter Kowk speaking about Trojan Technologies said:
“This is definitely a well-deserved recognition of the exceptional performance of your corporation and its leading position in the industry, as well as its clear potential for further growth and business success. Hong Kong is indeed proud of having the presence of your corporation in our city. I wish Trojan Technologies every success in both Canada and Hong Kong in the many years to come.”
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