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Welcome to the homepage of the Create Hong Kong (CreateHK) of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

The CreateHK is a dedicated agency set up under the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau on 1 June 2009 to lead, champion and drive the development of the creative economy in Hong Kong. It co-ordinates Government policy and effort regarding creative industries, focuses Government’s resources catering for the promotion and speeding up of the development of creative industries in Hong Kong, and works closely with the trade to boost the development of creative industries.

With the establishment of CreateHK, there will be better co-ordination within the Government to drive creative industries development, more effective response to industries’ demands, and better support to the trade through a one-stop service.

The creation of the CreateHK is a major step in our endeavour to drive the development of our creative industries and build Hong Kong into a creative capital in the region.

 
 
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Hong Kong Smart Design Awards 2019 – Calls for applications

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