Agenda

  • 01

    18 NOV • 11:30 – 12:30

    Macroeconomic Outlook: Opportunities under the Innovative Normal​

    The industry has encountered unprecedented challenges as the COVID-19 pandemic hit the global economy and subverted traditional business models. How can Hong Kong SMEs transform challenges into opportunities under the new normal?  Our guest speakers will share their valuable insights into Hong Kong’s macro economy, leading SMEs to ride the future economic development trends, seize the opportunities of the latest strategies of innovation and technology development brought by “2021 Policy Address”, and create the new economy with innovation technology.

    SPEAKERS
    DURATION:
    60 minutes
    MEDIUM:
    Cantonese
  • 02

    18 NOV • 14:30 – 15:30

    Future Blueprint Analysis: Manage Opportunities and Challenges of 14th Five-Year Plan and Greater Bay Area

    Under the framework of the National 14th Five-Year Plan, the country has carried out a number of policies to support Hong Kong’s economic development, which has provided Hong Kong enterprises with unlimited business opportunities. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, how should Hong Kong enterprises give full play to its unique advantages to seize the opportunities for business expansion in the fast-growing Mainland market, such as the latest Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone? What are the underlying challenges while integrating into the development of Greater Bay Area? Is “Renminbi (RMB) internationalisation” a long-term strategy for Hong Kong’s financial development? The guest speakers will share their insights into Hong Kong’s future competitive edges and advise on how Hong Kong SMEs can further participate in the country’s “dual circulation” development strategy and strengthen Hong Kong's role as the gateway between the Mainland and the world.

    SPEAKERS
    DURATION:
    60 minutes
    MEDIUM:
    Cantonese
  • 03

    19 NOV • 11:00 – 12:00

    Dreams Come True: Realisation and Development of Reindustrialisation

    The government has actively promoted "reindustrialisation"(i4.0) in recent years with increasing investment and robust measures in innovation and technology (I&T) development. In the 2021 Policy Address, the Government introduced the "Northern Metropolis Development Strategy" to promote Hong Kong as an international I&T hub. Is Hong Kong ready to take its R&D development to new heights? What challenges are traditional industries facing under the new era of i4.0? In what ways can i4.0 transform and bring advantages to Hong Kong's industries? According to the findings of the “Reindustrialisation Study – Hong Kong” announced by HKPC, which industry will be the next emerging industry under “reindustrialisation”? Creativity stimulates innovation, but how can design be integrated into traditional industries, and can it create values along the way? The guest speakers will share their holistic views on these topics during the forum.

    SPEAKERS
    DURATION:
    60 minutes
    MEDIUM:
    Cantonese
  • 04

    19 NOV • 14:30 – 15:30

    Going Green: Carbon Neutral Strategies and Measures to Reduce Carbon Emissions

    Corporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) has been brewing in the business landscape with a bigger role to play. Meanwhile, the newly released Hong Kong's Climate Action Plan 2050 by the Government has outlined the strategies and targets for achieving carbon neutrality and will become the guiding principle for businesses in the coming years. Regulators, investors and stakeholders are keeping sharp eyes on companies’ environmental performance and even use it as the key for selecting suppliers. How should companies plan their carbon reduction road map in order to go green and enhance competitiveness? Is high investment cost involved in achieving sustainability? Our guest speakers will share their experiences and insights on this emerging trend of “carbon neutrality” from the Government’s and industries’ perspectives.

    SPEAKERS
    DURATION:
    60 minutes
    MEDIUM:
    Cantonese

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