Nearly 400 business leaders from 23 countries took part in the 12th Hong Kong Forum, which opened on Tuesday at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and ended on Wednesday.
The two-day forum is the annual flagship event of the Federation of Hong Kong Business Associations Worldwide. Launched in 2000, the federation is a network of 33 Hong Kong business associations counting more than 11,000 members in 24 countries and regions.
The forum provides up-to-date business and market information on Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland and Asia in general. It also offeres federation members business opportunities and contacts through its wide-ranging programme of panel discussions, thematic workshops, networking sessions and optional visits.
Tuesday’s forum highlights included the Star Leaders Panel Discussion. Council for Sustainable Development chairman Bernard Chan, Crowe Horwath (HK) CPA Ltd co-chairman Paul Chan, and Crown Worldwide Holdings Ltd Chairman James Thompson revealed their business strategies, particularly in mainland China.
Hong Kong SAR Government Chief Executive Donald Tsang delivered the keynote luncheon address on Wednesday.