Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Nov 9, 2012

Fuji Xerox to spend HK$500,000 to help SMBs compete

HONG KONG - The launch of Fuji Xerox's 'SMBiz-Perfect Match' campaign is aimed at helping local small and medium businesses (SMBs) consolidate their position while expanding market share in economically uncertain times.

Fuji Xerox to spend HK$500,000 to help SMBs compete

The company will use HK$500,000 (US$64,500) to support SMBs across Hong Kong to overcome difficulties in starting up, disorganised resources, limited manpower and marketing constraints, while improving waste reduction and office mobility.

Participants in the campaign, which runs until January 2013, will have the chance to receive advice from consultants in document lifecycles and business process management via workshops and seminars, as well as media exposure opportunities.

2013 is expected to be a volatile year for SMBs. According to the company, professional knowledge in information and communications technology (ICT) will help SMBs overcome operational challenges.

"Forward-looking enterprises have discovered one way to do this is by enhancing daily document processing efficiency," said Jon Chung, general manager of marketing at Fuji Xerox Hong Kong. "We help enterprises make groundbreaking improvements to their business operations, technology and document frameworks.” 

Chung added that this is a move for the B2B brand to demonstrate thought leadership in the area of ICT document consultancy.

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