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TUESDAY, APRIL 26TH 2016

HKCBA HAMILTON BUSINESS NETWORKING LUNCHEON WORKSHOP

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11:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M.  -  HAMILTON WATERFRONT BANQUET CENTRE

555 Bay Street N, Hamilton, ON L8L 1H1 – 905-581-8823  

http://thewaterfrontcentre.com/index.html


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HKCBA organizes these workshops to encourage Canadian business – particularly small and medium enterprises - to take the opportunity and initiative to expand their business activities by taking advantage of the exciting opportunities that are available – now and increasingly in the future – in the rapidly growing Asia marketplace. These Workshops provide advice and examples as to how SMEs may do this, in confidence and safety, by using Hong Kong as their business platform to cover the regional markets in other parts of China and Southeast Asia.

This Workshop will cover such topics as:


  
 
 
ORGANIZED BY:
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11:30 A.M. REGISTRATION AND NETWORKING - LUNCH                                                        WATERVIEW ROOM

 

11:45 A.M. OPENING REMARKS:
Arthur Chan President, HKCBA Toronto GTA Section
Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
   
__________, Hamilton Chamber of Commerce (to be confired)

 

 11:55 A.M. to 12:45 P.M. PANEL DISCUSSION                                                                           WATERVIEW ROOM

 

"Hong Kong: Canada's Super Connector to

Cross-Continental and Multi-Sector "Belt and Road" Business Opportunities"

 

China’s Belt and Road initiative, which is designed to boost economic, trade, cultural and people-to-people ties between China and more than 65 countries spanning three continents, offers businesses unparalleled opportunities to tap into new markets. With Hong Kong’s well-developed financial markets and professional services, Hong Kong is gearing up to make contribution to and benefit from the initiative.

Canadian companies can also take advantage of this opportunity to foster business with China and countries along the Belt and the Road. These business opportunities will initially cover such sectors as infrastructure, transportation, logistics, financing and investment. It will then unfold a myriad of opportunities for companies to promote products and services to a cross-continental consumer market with 63% of the world’s population.

This workshop will provide information on the Belt and Road Initiative and a proposed action plan for interested Canadian companies to capitalize on the business potentials.

 

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

 

Moderator:
Robert Armstrong President, Armstrong Trade and Logistics Advisory Services Inc. (ATLAS)
                              President, The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation North America
   
Speakers:
Kathy Chan Director, Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office, Toronto (or Nick Choi, Acting Director)
"Hong Kong: Super Connector for Canadian Companies to the Belt and Road Opportunities"
 
 
Andrew Yui Director, Canada, Hong Kong Trade Development Council
"Strategic Deliverables to explore and connect with the Belt and Road Opportunities"
 
 
Joe Lam Chair, International Business Development, Intelligent Transportation Society (ITC) Canada
"Experience sharing on leveraging the Hong Kong platform"
 
Questions/Discussion          Robert Armstrong
Closing Remarks:
His Worship Mayor Fred Eisenberger, City of Hamilton (to be confirmed)

  

 
REGISTER NOW: ONLINE or complete attached and email to bob@hkcba.com - or fax to 416-366-1569