At eSalesData we can supply you with the most comprehensive Hong Kong Business Email list, Hong Kong Business Mailing list and Hong Kong Business Email Database. Statistics alone give an impressive view of Hong Kong’s economic future. Although the territory’s population is 7m people it nonetheless ranks as the world’s 3rd largest financial center (after New York and London) the 9th largest economy and the 11th largest exporter of services.
Simplifying Your Targeted Hong Kong Business Ventures!
Some of our top selling C-Level Email List and Healthcare Mailing List for Hong Kong includes:
Exclusive Hong Kong Email Database!
eSalesData specializes in high quality business mailing lists that are custom created to ensure a high-response audience for your sales drive. eSalesData can locate your best prospects based on a thorough analysis of your product and campaign strategy and compile them into an exclusive mailing list that fits your sales technique perfectly.
This unique Hong Kong business executives list offers responsive high level executive decision makers, who tend to be frequent travelers for both business and pleasure and attend overseas meetings, conventions and seminars, can speak English, and many have completed detailed subscription questionnaires for newsletters, online services, and association memberships.
Some of the selects that we offer
- C-level Executives (CEO, CMO, CTO, CFO, CAO etc.)
- Purchasing Managers
- Department Heads
- Mid-level Management
- Industry Specialists
- Decision Makers
Niche Lists For Niche Products!
We’ll also help you narrow your market so that you can find the appropriate niche within the hundreds of thousands of companies that operate in the city. To do this we place a number of demographic and psychographic selects at your disposal.
Every eSalesData Hong Kong business executives list contains information vital to the success of a marketing campaign including,
- Full names,
- Postal addresses,
- Contact numbers,
- SIC codes,
- Email IDs,
- Zip codes and fax numbers.
Growth rates in the 30 years preceding the onset of the Asian economic crisis in 1997 averaged 7% culminating in GDP per capita exceeding that of Britain, Canada and Australia.