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13 July 2017
Think Asia, Think Hong Kong - London, 21 September 2017

As Asia continues to drive the global economy’s growth, British companies keen on exploring new business opportunities in the East can partner with Hong Kong, Asia’s international trade and financial centre, in their search for success.

Following the overwhelming response in the UK, Japan, USA, France, Canada and Germany, Think Asia, Thing Hong Kong will revisit London on 21 September 2017.

The event will take place at the Queen Elizabeth 11 Centre, Broad Sanctuary,  Westminster, London SW1P 3EE.

Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) and supported by various important business organisations, Think Asia, Think Hong Kong will again present a wealth of valuable information and tremendous opportunities through an array of activities.

Think Asia, Think Hong Kong will comprise a main symposium, a networking lunch, and concurrent thematic sessions in the afternoon on subjects including Belt and Road opportunities, Chinese outbound investment, start-ups, fintech, Hong Kong as a creative and innovation hub, and digital marketing.

Speakers will include Douglas Flint, Group Chairman, HSBC; Vincent HS Lo, Chairman, HKTDC; Liam Fox, Secretary of State for International Trade; the Hon. Mrs Laura Cha, Chairman, Financial Services Development Council, Hong Kong; Victor Chu, Chairman, First Eastern Investment Group; Graham Cartledge, Chairman, Benoy; Lord Sassoon, Chairman, China-Britain Business Council; Frederick Ma, Chairman, Mass Transit Railway Corporation Limited; Stephen Phillips, Director-General of Investment Promotion, Invest Hong Kong; Jiang Zhengxin, Deputy General Manager, China United Network Communications Group Company Limited; Gregory Hodkinson, Chairman, ARUP Group Limited; Fu Yuning, Chairman, China Resources (Holdings) Limited; and Simon Squibb, Chairman, Nest Global.

During Think Asia, Think Hong Kong business matching meetings will be available with Hong Kong and Chinese mainland companies, and there will be extensive networking opportunities.

Admission to Think Asia, Think Hong Kong is complimentary, but seats are limited.

For more information and to register, visit www.thinkasiathinkhk.com/2017