AmCham Hong Kong forms partnership with The Executive Centre

AmCham has taken office space at TEC’s Two Chinachem Central Centre
Partnership offers benefits to AmCham members through events and access to TEC products

July 14, 2021 – Hong Kong – The Executive Centre (“TEC”), the leading premium flexible workspace provider serving more than 35,000 members in 32 cities across the world’s fastest-growing economies of Asia-Pacific and the Middle East, has formed a strategic partnership with the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (“AmCham”) to further support American and multinational corporations’ (MNCs) presence in Hong Kong. After 25 years at its previous location, AmCham has taken a private office at TEC’s Two Chinachem Central Centre before relocating permanently to its new headquarters next year. During the tenure, TEC will offer exclusive discounts on products and services to all AmCham Members.

AmCham, one of the most influential international business organisations in Asia-Pacific, has partnered with TEC to facilitate networking between two elite communities of professionals from diversified industries. TEC and AmCham have co-hosted various high-calibre networking events in previous years, setting a solid foundation for the creation of an even more dynamic platform to build relationships, share information, and grow business.

“We are energized about our move to The Executive Centre. It is a strategic decision with our members being our top priority in creating not just an office space but an environment for community gathering, collaboration and a flexible working model. It is precisely community, collaboration and flexibility that defines our Chamber working goals in the new post-COVID normal,” said Tara Joseph, President of the American Chamber of Commerce.

“We are thrilled to provide premium workspace solutions for AmCham, a long term partner of ours. Our two businesses share a common goal of furthering business growth in Hong Kong,” said TEC’s Regional Managing Director of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, Nadia Zhu. “Despite the challenges brought by COVID-19, we continue to see strong demand coming from MNCs and domestic corporates in Hong Kong who are looking for premium Grade A office space, but want more flexibility at the current time as they try to manage costs.”

The majority of TEC’s Hong Kong client base are MNCs with a high credit standing including US and Global blue-chip companies.