Hong Kong Business Intermediary: a Launching Pad for Entrepreneurs Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

On 11 September 2001, Edwin Lee, a young investment banker from Hong Kong, survived the World Trade Centre attacks in Nyc. His office in lower Manhattan, however, and his esteemed job with Credit Suisse were lost as a result of the disaster.

In the six years that followed, the company went through different phases ultimately creating itself as the prime business brokerage for small businesses of Hong Kong with a 61% market share and revenues exceeding HK$68m. For 2008, Lee anticipated earnings to exceed HK$ 84m. Would Lee have the ability to grow HKBI at the desirable speed?

PUBLICATION DATE: September 16, 2010 PRODUCT #: HKU912-HCB-ENG

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