China Conference: Hong Kong - Insight Report, Key Learnings & Full Conference Footage
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China Conference: Hong Kong Insights & Key Learnings Report
Get exclusive insights, and key takeaways from every session from the South China Morning Post's flagship event China Conference: Hong Kong. Our Insights & Key Learnings Report includes comprehensive written summaries of every interview and panel from the event, in addition to full access to over 10 hours of video of all sessions from the 2-day conference.
Your purchase includes:
Full video recordings of every interview and panel discussion, allowing you to gain first-hand knowledge from industry experts and thought leaders
Consolidated and comprehensive written summaries of every session, including key takeaways and essential quotes from our speakers
Easy-to-access links from other SCMP editorial arelevant to our conference content
Key benefits of the report:a
Gain access to exclusive insights on future growth opportunities for Hong Kong's essential industries
Hear the latest on current industry performance and future forecasts from the experts
Apply learnings to your job with our highlighted key takeaways
Be inspired and motivated by the soundbites from our esteemed speakers
50% off early-bird discount (original price USD300) until May31
Hear from renowned speakers including:
The Hon. Edward Yau Tang-wah, GBS, JP, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region shared his thoughts on the current state of the city's economy in the face of Covid-19.
The Hon. Prof. Sophia Chan Siu-chee, JP, Secretary for Food and Health, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region delivered a keynote address on Covid-19: An update on the latest public health situation in Hong Kong.
Donald Choi, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, Chinachem Group shared his insights and opinions on the property market in Open Vacancy: A new norm for Hong Kong real estate?
Discover the latest collective insights from our discussion panels:
Covid-19: The latest public health situation in Hong Kong
What are the latest developments on Covid-19 and what can be expected for the virus in the coming months?
An uphill battle: Revitalising the retail and tourism industries
What are the short- and the long-term prospects for the retail and tourism industries in Hong Kong?
Where are we now? A close look at the current state of Hong Kong’s economy
What steps is the government taking to help the city's industries and workers, and what expectations are there for how the economy may evolve in the coming months?
About the Event
May 14 - 15, 2020 | FREE VIRTUAL Conference -- Organised by the South China Morning Post, corporate chiefs and thought leaders will debate what the immediate future holds for Hong Kong, while considering Hong Kong’s long-term position within the Greater China framework, how it can recover from the economic downturn and the outbreak of Covid-19 and maintain its status as Asia's financial centre.
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