FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) is proud to announce the launch of its new website. The new rendition of the HKIAC website is part of a larger rebranding initiative to signify Hong Kong’s new regulatory framework and the city’s position as the centre for dispute resolution.
HKIAC’s enhanced online presence aims to enhance the functionality and navigability of the site, making the site more interactive and user-friendly. “Our new website is an efficient yet comprehensive platform for communicating our areas of expertise and what we offer to our users and potential users. With HKIAC’s new website, you can easily find details about HKIAC as well as step by step information on its arbitral procedures, rules, and our facilities,” Ms. Chiann Bao, Secretary-General of HKIAC says.
With a new website, comes a new logo. The HKIAC retires its symbolic logo of 25 years to commemorate Hong Kong’s new era in arbitration and ADR. The new logo is a redesign of its predecessor and incorporates a globe and the acronym of Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre to depict Hong Kong’ strength and credentials as the hub for international arbitration and ADR.
About The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre
HKIAC was established in 1985 by a group of leading business and professional people in Hong Kong to be the focus for dispute resolution in Asia. It has been generously funded by the business community and by the Hong Kong Government but it is completely independent of both and financially self-sufficient. The HKIAC aims to assist parties to resolve their disputes by arbitration and by other means of dispute resolution. It also places great emphasis on providing online dispute resolution services in a wide variety of areas including intellectual property and information technology.