Hong Kong's culture and business mindset are changing, bringing both opportunities and challenges. Longer life expectancy, rapid changes, new technologies, multigenerational workforces, co-working, online learning, and new start-ups all point to a future that may look very different to the present workplace. How can Hong Kong best prepare and capture all of the opportunities? What are the issues that policy and lawmakers need to address urgently and in the long run?
AmCham's annual Future of Work Forum is an interactive event designed for HR professionals, academics, and business leaders from all sectors. Throughout the forum, participants network with peers and thought leaders, and hear best-in-class practices from executives of leading companies with forward thinking, transformational, and innovative track records.
This February 21, we pick up where we left off, discussing Hong Kong's people, economy, educational and talent pipeline, and what we can do to make Hong Kong's future work.
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Regional Director, Strategic Service Delivery of Laserfiche International Limited
Director, Modern Workplace, Greater China of Avanade
Founder and CEO of Sarana Labs
Professor of Social Science and Public Policy; Associate Dean (Research) School of Humanities and Social Science at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Vice President of Hong Kong at Omniscience
Associate Dean at Asia School of Business (ASB), Malaysia
Partner | Head of Asia Pacific Employment at Eversheds Sutherland
Head of Public Policy and Government Affairs at Uber (Hong Kong) Ltd
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