Digitalisation and technological developments have fundamentally changed the world, and the power of this disruptive force continues to transform every type of industry. To ensure both corporate and personal success, business leaders need to understand the economics, management practices and technological paradigms of innovation at digital-centric disciplines.
At “Innovation & Digital”, the inaugural talk in our new Industry Insights speaking series, two thought leaders and industry experts, Mr. Ivan Chan and Mr. Paul Sin, will discuss their personal journeys on the way to developing their expertise in this exciting “new profession”. They will also share insights and first-hand experiences from industry and functional domains that provide examples of innovation and digital technology in action.
This event is especially suited to individuals pursuing careers in which digital technology will be critical to the development of new products and services – for example, in start-up entrepreneurship, consulting, venture capital, marketing, R&D or strategic planning. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in group discussions following the presentation.
||19 July 2018 (Thursday)
||7:00pm – 9:00pm
7:00pm – 8:15pm | Presentation and group discussions
8:15pm – 9:00pm | Networking
||CUHK Business School Town Centre
Unit B, 1/F, Bank of America Tower, 12 Harcourt Road, Central, Hong Kong
||Innovation & Digital
||1) Mr. Ivan Chan (Managing Director, Accenture Digital) (CV)
2) Mr. Paul Sin (Partner, Deloitte China) (CV)
||HK$100 per person (light refreshments included)
||Alumni and Corporate Affairs Office, CUHK Business School
||Please register and complete the online payment on or before 17 July 2018 (Tuesday). Successful registrants will receive a confirmation email within three days.
For further enquiries, please contact Ms. Maggie Ching (tel: +852 3943 4718; email: email@example.com).
We look forward to seeing you there!
Mr. Ivan Chan (left), Managing Director of Accenture Digital and Mr. Paul Sin, Partner of Deloitte China