ETC Asia Moves To New Headquarters


On November 15, 2006, ETC’s Asia office in Hong Kong relocated to a new building. To keep up with the growing market in entertainment and architectural lighting in Asia, the new office is bigger and has a new, fully-functioning conference room and an improved demo area to serve clients.

Situated in the Kowloon Bay region of Kowloon, the office is on the 18th floor of the Enterprise Square high-rise next to the tower of its former office building. The new location opens up breathtaking views of the Victoria Harbor and Hong Kong Island Mountains. Nine rooms of office space house finance, administration, sales, and engineering departments, as well as a warm reception area and product-demonstration areas.

ETC Asia’s managing director Jimmy Cheung says about the new office, “We’re glad to have a permanent, ETC-owned office in Asia. We look forward to many more fruitful years to come for ETC.”

The office’s feng shui has already proven successful—the Zhengzhou Opera in Henan, China, opening in 2007, became the office’s first client following the move. Made up of 76 Source Four Revolution® automated fixtures, this installation is ETC Asia’s largest project ever in China.

The office in Hong Kong serves the ETC sales region comprising China, India, Japan, Singapore, Korea, and more. ETC Asia’s recent client list includes such notable venues as Hangzhou Grand Theatre, Hangzhou, China; Imperial Palace Hotel, Seoul, South Korea; Zhongshan Cultural and Arts Center, Zhongshan, China; and Grand National Theater, Beijing, China. Current projects include the King Power Theater, Thailand; Sand Theater, Macau; Inner Mongolia Theater, China; and Wynn Theater, Macau.

The new address, effective immediately, is:

ETC Asia, Ltd.
Room 1801, 18/F
Tower 1 Phase 1
Enterprise Square
9 Sheung Yuet Road
Kowloon Bay, Kowloon
Hong Kong

ETC Asia’s office telephone (+852 2799 1220) and fax (+852 2799 9325) numbers are unchanged.

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