Featured at the ‘Business Leaders Series’ this April will be Mr. Nicholas Brooke, Immediate Past Chairman of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation and Chairman of Professional Property Services Limited, who will be speaking on ‘The Importance of Innovation and Technology in Delivering Hong Kong's Liveable City Agenda’. Putting the spotlight on the quality of life in Hong Kong, Mr. Brooke will discuss innovation and technology as part of a holistic solution for smarter and greener living. Seeing key parts to be played by the HKSTPC and other institutions in the development of the necessary technology, Mr. Brooke’s wider aspiration is for Hong Kong to become a living case study for the region.
Mr. Nicholas Brooke will take the stage as the speaker of the ‘Business Leaders Series’ on 19 May
Spanning a range of disciplines, the speaking series convenes business leaders who are distinguished in their respective industries, inviting them to tap into their expertise and unique experiences for insights that will help the audience stay relevant on business developments within a rapidly shifting economy.
Students, alumni and faculty members of the Business School are all welcome to attend and learn from forward-thinking experts — about how to do business, and how to become a successful leader.
||19 May 2017 (Friday)
||6:00pm – 7:15pm (registration starts at 5:30pm)
(light refreshments will be provided after the event)
||LT6, 2/F, Cheng Yu Tung Building, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Map)
(only 5 minutes’ walk from the University MTR Station -- Exit B)
||The Importance of Innovation and Technology in Delivering Hong Kong's Liveable City Agenda
||Mr. Nicholas Brooke, SBS, JP (Immediate Past Chairman of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation and Chairman of Professional Property Services Limited)
||All students, alumni and faculty members of CUHK Business School
||Alumni and Corporate Affairs Office, CUHK Business School
Click here to read Mr. Brooke’s CV and the synopsis of the talk. To register, please click here. Seats are limited. First come, first served! Successful registrants will be notified by email.
For enquiries, please contact Ms. Ching on +852 39434718, or send an email to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.