14th August 2019

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Adjuno’s Hong Kong team have moved to a new office in the business district of Kowloon Bay. To inaugurate the new office, the Adjuno team hosted a traditional Hong Kong style ‘Lion Dance’ and ‘Roasted Pig Cutting’ ceremony.

The lion dance and pig ceremonies are meant to bring good luck and prosperity, it’s an old tradition to offer the gods a roasted suckling pig, served with some fruits for digestion.

EV Cargo CEO and founder of EmergeVest Heath Zarin, Chief Strategy Officer of EV Cargo Simon Pearson and Adjuno’s COO Asia Pacific Duncan Grewcock, had the honour of cutting open the roasted pig to bring luck and fortune to Adjuno and EV Cargo. The ceremony was followed by a traditional dim sum lunch, to close this office warming party.

Duncan explains,

”Moving into our new location, right next door to our owner and much nearer to our customer base, can only help Adjuno achieve our ambitious growth targets. Kowloon Bay is a thriving business district – a preferred location for many sourcing and supply chain companies, and offers a talent pool of retail and IT industry skills. Built on the strong footing of over 20 years’ experience in delivering cloud-based product development and supply chain management solutions, Adjuno connects organisations’ end-to-end supply chain with their trading partners, so that they can offer the best quality of service and products to their end customers.”

Thank you all for celebrating with us at our grand opening.

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