8:00-9:30am. Join us at the breakfast briefing on 22 April. Ms Smilely Lam, Senior Service Promotion Manager of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, will provide practical information on the trend of Chinese outbound investment and details on the 'Think Asia, Think Hong Kong" campaign as well as how to best explore its business opportunities. As the economic ascendancy of Asia continues, the Chinese mainland has emerged as the world's third largest investor economy and an increasingly significant source of outbound direct investment . Hong Kong has been its key route for cross-border deals and partnerships, with some 60% of Chinese outbound investment directed to, or channeled through, our city on cumulative count. To facilitate investment opportunities arising from the outbound investment trend, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council will organize a joint investment mission with Guangdong enterprises to join the 'Think Asia, Think Hong Kong' campaign to be held in Chicago on 10 June 2015.
The event brings together business leaders for high-level discussions, networking and business matching sessions. The Hong Kong SAR Chief Executive, CY Leung, will also lead a delegation of over 100 business leaders to North America to explore collaborative ventures. In support of this important symposium, AmCham Hong Kong Chairman Peter Levesque will be moderating the TATHK Chicago 'Selling to China and throughout Asia" panel from his perspective of over 25 years of international transportation and logistics experience. AmCham expresses sincere thanks to HKTDC for offering complimentary entries for AmCham members to participate in the Chicago conference. What is on the agenda at 'Think Asia, Think Hong Kong'? A series of symposiums and thematic business seminars with high-profile speakers Business matching and extensive networking opportunities with mainland and Hong Kong business delegates in areas such as finance, professional services, technology, food and wines. First 15-20 minutes is for networking Light breakfast included
The American Chamber of Commerce in HK 1904 Bank of America Tower 12 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong