Hong Kong company will operate as an incubator for projects in Brazil

29 November 2017

Chinese company HAWK Internet, a subsidiary of the TCL Corporation for mobile telephony solutions, recently announced it intends to open an office in Brazil to invest in innovation projects, according to Brazilian website tele.sintese.

The company’s chief executive, Liang Sun, who was launching the Candy Selfie Camera application, said that HAWK Internet intends to act in Brazil as an incubator for mobile telephone applications projects.

HAWK Internet was created by the TCL group in 2016 in Hong Kong to develop applications for mobile telephony, offering a portfolio of products for safety, cleanliness, photo editing, among many others.

The TCL Corporation, headquartered in Foshan, Guangdong province, is already in the Brazilian market through a partnership with Brazilian company SEMP (Sociedade Eletromercantil Paulista), whose chief executive Ricardo Freitas pledged to support HAWK Internet while it se*/ itself up in the country. (macauhub)