BELT & ROAD GLOBAL FORUM ANNUAL ROUNDTABLE 2020 (ONLINE BROADCAST)
To provide you with an additional occasion to obtain Belt and Road-related intelligence and to meet with potential counterparts, you are also cordially invited to join the Belt and Road Summit 2020.
Jointly organised by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, the fifth edition of the Belt and Road Summit is themed “A Business Vision for a Sustainable and Inclusive Future”. It will feature practical topics, ranging from infrastructure development and financing, risk management and legal issues, innovation and technology collaborations, manufacturing in and selling to Belt and Road markets, as well as Greater Bay Area opportunities. In the Summit, you can also establish new connections via our networking and business matching events.
In view of the continuing uncertainties amidst the pandemic, the Summit is also turned into a hybrid event this year with the plenary sessions in the morning of 30 November held both physically and virtually while thematic breakout sessions, business matching and exhibition will be conducted virtually from the afternoon of 30 November to 1 December.
If you wish to participate in the Belt & Road Summit, please register here.
Registration Code: 03CGFM1541 (only for members of your organisation)
*Organiser will verify its membership status with organisation for registrants using the above code.
For any questions, please feel free to contact:
Miss Rachel Cheung (Email: email@example.com; Tel: +852 2584 4381)
or Miss Wina Leung (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: +852 2584 4191).
Registration deadline: 22 October 2020 (Thursday)
1. Business Cooperation in the ‘New Normal’
Building business resilience for the ‘new normal’
- How businesses in the region can harness new technologies to cope with the impact of the pandemic
- HK’s innovations in health-tech, and technologies deployed in the fight against COVID-19
- Cooperation between HK and other Belt and Road economies in developing COVID-19 technology solutions
2. Way forward for BRI: Sustainable and Healthy Future
i) Building green, sustainable, and pandemic-resilient infrastructure
- Designing, planning and developing green, sustainable and pandemic-resilient infrastructure
- Funding for infrastructure with focus on ESG, especially in developing economies
ii) A restructured global supply chain – a closer look at manufacturing opportunities in Belt and Road countries
- Overview of the supply chain development trend
- Economic & Trade Cooperation Zones as a means to support supply chain restructuring
iii) Hong Kong as the conduit for ASEAN-Greater Bay Area Cooperation
- Potential collaboration of ASEAN and Greater Bay Area
- Hong Kong as a platform to capture opportunities arising from the growth of ASEAN and Greater Bay Area
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