“Webinar #2: Getting People Moving”. With over 7 million people, Hong Kong has been sparing no efforts in combating the COVID-19 pandemic. To keep the economy going, the movement of information and capital, shipment of goods and the transport of people are of paramount importance. In this second webinar of the Hong Kong House series, our panel of experts will discuss how Hong Kong companies have been employing innovative measures and health technology solutions to keep people and the economy moving and ready for recovery.
Experts in this Webinar include Mr Terry Wong, CEO (Australian Business) of Mass Transit Railway Corporation Ltd (MTR), Mr Rakesh Raicar, General Manager (South West Pacific) of Cathay Pacific Airways, and Ms Bonnie Shek, Director of HK Trade Development Council (Australia and New Zealand).
Join us to gain unique insights into measures and technologies that have helped Hong Kong on the road to recovery from the pandemic and the impacts on Australian and New Zealand businesses as restrictions begin to lift in these two countries.
will share how MTR are dealing with the challenges of moving people in the new reality of
transportation during COVID – 19.
give an insight into the ways Cathay Pacific will keep people safe and global business moving
in the new global environment.
Ms Bonnie Shek, Director of HK Trade Development Council (Australia and New Zealand),
will present to you HKTDC initiatives and support for traders / businesses and the
emergence of new technologies & solutions.
Following the presentations, senior colleagues of HKETO, HK Tourism Board and InvestHK
will be able to provide supplementary information at the Q&A session.
Date: Wednesday, 17 June 2020
Time: Noon – 12:45pm AEST (Melbourne/Sydney)
To ensure your place to this free webinar, please register in advance via the link below. Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
We look forward to welcoming you to this informative and interactive event.
If you have any questions or in registering, please feel free to contact Antoine Ellis, HKNZBA’s Executive Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.