Future City Summit

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sponsors

Sponsors & Institutions Behind The Scene

We hereby express our full gratitude and appreciation to the sponsors from various sectors in Hong Kong and the regions to shape the Future City Summit since 2016. The support has been extended to multiple fronts from top-notch world knowledge, development goals alignment and project partnership in local communities. Together, we create resilient society across the globe.

Invest HK

InvestHK’s vision is to strengthen Hong Kong’s status as the leading international business location in Asia. It mission to attract and retain foreign direct investment which is of strategic importance to the economic development of Hong Kong. In all services, InvestHK applies the following core values: passion, integrity, professionalism, customer service, business friendliness and responsiveness. InvestHK work with overseas and Mainland entrepreneurs, SMEs and multinationals that wish to set up an office – or expand their existing business – in Hong Kong.

 
InvestHK also offers free advice and services to support companies from the planning stage right through to the launch and expansion of their business.

Tsangs Group

The family business was formed in the first half of the 1900s by the Tsang family from Hong Kong. Now in its fourth generation, the business is led by Chairman, Patrick Tsang, who began his entrepreneurial career while still at school and his corporate career in business and law in Hong Kong in the 1990s.

Tsangs Group invests directly in special situation opportunities globally. Tsangs Group invests in a diverse range of sectors including TMT, ecommerce, financial services, FinTech, AI, robotics, IoT, clean tech, biotech, real estate, entertainment, e-sports, energy, blockchain and hospitality.
The group also provides strategic advisory services acting as a bridge between China and the rest of the world and assisting Chinese companies in acquiring companies overseas.

IoT & Urban Transformation
in World Economic Forum (WEF)

As the world prepares to build back stronger and better, we have new tools available to support this effort. A growing suite of connected devices and smart technologies, commonly referred to as the internet of things (IoT), offers a means to reimagine and transform physical spaces—our homes, offices, factories, farms, healthcare facilities and public spaces—to be more adaptive, customized and even anticipate new needs before they arise. New models for public-private cooperation and shared community services are also changing the way in which cities provide services to residents and business, blurring the lines between government and the private sector.

The World Economic Forum’s Platform for Shaping the Future of the Internet of Things and Urban Transformation is working with more than 100 global partners to ensure that these changes deliver a future that is more sustainable, resilient and prosperous for all. This includes, for example, initiatives with the Government of Brazil to support small and medium-sized enterprises and advance social mobility, collaboration with the G20 to modernize city services, and partnerships with wearables companies to help manage and avert the spread of COVID-19.

G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance

As the world urbanizes, sustainable development and economic growth depend increasingly on the successful management of urban growth. With the right technology — and the know-how to govern it — cities can lead the way in solving problems in energy, transportation, healthcare, education and natural disaster response, while making their communities more inclusive, resilient and sustainable.


Established in June 2019, the G20 Global Smart Cities Alliance on Technology Governance unites municipal, regional and national governments, private-sector partners and cities’ residents around a shared set of principles for the responsible and ethical use of smart city technologies. The Alliance establishes and advances global policy norms to help accelerate best practices, mitigate potential risks, and foster greater openness and public trust. The World Economic Forum, the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation, serves as secretariat for the Alliance.