13TH DECEMBER 2022
11:30 am – 12:30 pm HKT
Inno2, 2/F, 17W, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks, Hong Kong SAR
While the recent policy address in Hong Kong has launched nothing new but proactive fiscal tools such as “Co-Investment Fund” and “Office for Attracting Strategic Enterprises (OASES)”, there remains a large scope of discussion on defining “strategic industries” for Hong Kong, and repositioning the key elements that construct import sectors that keep Hong Kong growing prosperously, for all walks of society, in the long-run.
In the time of current global economic recession, how shall the private sector and the HKSAR administration reckon the values of important companies that keep the society healthy, in terms of quality employment, competitive social packages, social and economic impact and environmental protection, besides the short-term financial gain? What are the motivations and compromises in the search of “Zebra Companies” over “Unicorns” in the future?
The panel discussion session “Regional 4IR Impact Investment Landscape Dialogue – In Search of “Zebra Companies” during the Global Secular Stagflation, Where and How?” gathers positive impact and sustainability-driven investors and institutions in Hong Kong to share their viewpoints on recent investment outlook of opportunities and challenges in Hong Kong, and offer private-sector response to truly unleash the real values where the above policies mean to offer to the market.
Director of LQ Pacific Partners
Director of The Mills Fabrica
Director of Impact Funds & Ventures of the Sustainable Finance Initiative (SFi)
Vice President of Investor Relations of the AngelHub
Bandung & Jakarta
Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks
On 13th December, join us the main conference of the 7th Annual Meet of the Future City Summit to engage in the Keynote, Panel Discussion and highlight session this year the “City Festival Sandbox“.
In Mid December, join us in the satellite keynote and panel discussion in Cambodia along the strategic partnership project of Riverside Heritage Walk photo exhibition in the partnership with Living Forum.