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PARTNERS & AFFILIATES

The Islands Company

The Islands Company emerged from the vision of the ancient Maritime Trade Roads bridging the West to the East. The Islands Company specializes in importing and distributing certified premium tropical fruits from the volcanic island of Reunion into Hong Kong. 

Read more on The Islands Company at www.theislandsco.com

FOOD-CO Save and Share

FOOD-CO, a Hong Kong based association soliciting resources for poverty alleviation. FOOD-CO nurtures a culture of save and share, with an aim to reducing food waste and creating a better living environment in the city. At our level, we contribute through fruits donation.

For more information on FOOD-CO, visit www.food-co.hk

French Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

Established in 1986, the French Chamber is a private association that caters for its members’ needs and interests. Among other missions, the Chamber helps French SMEs to expand and be more visible in  Hong Kong.

More about the French Chamber on www.fccihk.com

Green Is The New Black

Green is The New Black is a conscious platform for people who want to live more consciously by improving the way they think, work and consume while doing more good in the world. WHAT'sIN is a member of GITNB and participates to events organized by the conscious platform.

For more details on GITNB, check it out at www.greenisthenewblack.asia  

UFE WHAT'sIN Partner

UFE's primary mission is to support the French communities abroad to establish themselves in their host country. The association organizes many convivial, informative, representative events addressing this purpose. WHAT'sIN is a member of UFE.

All you need to know about UFE on  www.ufehongkong.hk 

French International School Logo

WHAT'sIN participates to the 2018 FIS annual Benefit Gala organized with the aim of fundraising for the school's development projects. This year FIS also introduces the NGO Redressa fashion show of outfits created and made by students from recycled materials.

More to read at www.fis.edu.hk/en