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Venue Location
Venue Location

The American Chamber of Commerce in HK

1904 Bank of America Tower, 12 Harcourt Road
Central, Hong Kong

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Organizer
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Contact Person: AmCham Event
Details
Details

Is India the next manufacturing hub of Asia? Could it replace China as companies diversify their supply chains? Or is it too late since the US-China trade disputes are now showing signs of improvement?


Join us for an in-depth discussion with supply chain experts, including Michael Moriarty, Hasbro's Head of Global Development and Sourcing Operations and Seshu Anne, Schneider Electric's Global Procurement and Global Supply Chain, on their insights about sourcing and manufacturing in India. The session will be moderated by Seth Peterson, Korn Ferry's Senior Client Partner.


  • Light lunch will be served
  • First 20 minutes for networking
Speakers
Speakers
  • Michael Moriarty (Managing Director, HFE & SVP, Global Sourcing of Global Development & Sourcing Operations Hong Kong)

    Michael Moriarty

    Managing Director, HFE & SVP, Global Sourcing of Global Development & Sourcing Operations Hong Kong

  • Seshu Anne (Senior Vice President at Global Procurement, Global Supply Chain)

    Seshu Anne

    Senior Vice President at Global Procurement, Global Supply Chain

  • Seth Peterson (Moderator) (Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry)

    Seth Peterson (Moderator)

    Senior Client Partner at Korn Ferry

Tickets
Tickets

Member

Member Price HKD 350

Non-member

HKD 600

AmCham Membership Complimentary Event Voucher (Sold Out)

Free
Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy
  • Cancellations must be provided in writing to: amchamevent@amcham.org.hk at least seven working days prior to in-house events.
  • Registrations for events held outside the AmCham HK office are non-cancellable and non-refundable. No-shows will be charged.
  • In the event of Typhoon Signal 8 (or above) or Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted, all events will be cancelled