(For Federation’s Office Holders only)
(Member associates are welcome to join as observers)
Welcome Remarks: Esther Naegeli, Chairman, Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide
Opening Remarks: Margaret Fong, Executive Director, HKTDC
Seasoned entrepreneurs will share their keys to success and how the strong “can-do” Hong Kong spirit makes everything possible.
Hong Kong is the superconnector to the Chinese mainland and the rest of the world. Our partners from the Chinese mainland will cite their success stories and experience in going out through Hong Kong.
Two speakers with today’s bright young minds who are breaking the status quo and carving their own legacies will be invited.
This closed-door session offers an insider’s look at Hong Kong’s latest socio-economic and political developments amidst the Chinese mainland’s evolving journey.
The inaugural Summit brings together the best of minds to reveal the latest trends and practices in e-tailing strategies and technologies. Top-notch speakers will present the opportunities and challenges of e-tailing, addressing cross-border e-commerce, social commerce and cyber security, as well as omni-channel strategy in this new age of e-tailing.
(for participants of Young Executive Programme only)
Network with local young entrepreneurs in Hong Kong for business idea stimulation and experience sharing
1. District Cooling System at Kai Tak Development
The District Cooling System (DCS) at Kai Tak Development is a large scale centralised system which provides chilled water to the air-conditioning system of user buildings for cooling purpose. The Central Chiller Plant supplied chilled water at 6°C or below and conveys it to the user buildings via underground chilled water pipe network.
Quota: 30 pax
Located in Tuen Mun, T ▪ PARK is one of the most technologically advanced facilities of its kind in the world. With a sophisticated self-sustaining operational system, T ▪ PARK combines sludge incinerators with power generation, desalination and wastewater treatment technologies. It also has educational, leisure and ecological facilities to showcase the benefits of the "waste-to-energy" and "sustainable waste management".
3. Tung Lin Kok Yuen
Tung Lin Kok Yuen completed in 1935, is one of the significant places for Buddhist worship in Hong Kong. This ancient building with red bricks and yellow tiles displays the elegant and formal architectural style of a traditional imperial palace. Its interior has a combination of oriental and western design. The Yuen’s historical archives and artefacts are closely related to the contemporary history of Hong Kong and the history of Buddhism.Listed a Grade I Historical Building in 2009, Tung Lin Kok Yuen was declared aproposed monument in June 2017 by the Antiquities advisory Board.
Quota: 25 pax
7-9 December 2017 (Thursday to Saturday)
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