In 2023, the South China Morning Post will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Redefining Hong Kong series.
Redefining Hong Kong 2023 will focus on Hong Kong’s development roadmaps in key strategic areas after the reopening of our city in early 2023. Each programme will be developed to provide forward-looking insights from policymakers, business leaders and entrepreneurs in charting the future of Asia’s World City.
EXPLORE THE REDEFINING HONG KONG SERIES
— Upcoming events —
Open for registration
Navigating transitions: the evolving family office landscape and the path ahead September 27, 2023 | Asia Society Hong Kong Centre
Reimagining Hong Kong’s elderly policy and silver economy November 21, 2023 | Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel
— Past events—
HK Budget 2023/24: Tightening the purse strings or investing in the future? February 27, 2023 | JW Marriott Hong Kong
Navigating the challenges of green finance and transitioning to a sustainable future June 29, 2023 | JW Marriott Hong Kong
WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND
HEAR FROM EXPERTS
Redefining Hong Kong acts as a platform for sharing experiences, challenges, and solutions, plus gives you the chance to hear from policymakers, business leaders and entrepreneurs.
The series will feature keynote speakers, panel discussions, and workshops that provide key insights into the latest trends, best practices, and emerging opportunities in Hong Kong.
RHK events provide an excellent opportunity to network with other business leaders, service providers, and industry experts. This can help you to build relationships, learn about new opportunities, and expand your business network.
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The South China Morning Post is a leading news media company that has reported on China and Asia for more than a century with global impact. Founded in 1903, SCMP is headquartered in Hong Kong, where it is the city’s newspaper of record. Our teams span across Asia and the United States, working together to connect with news consumers around the world. We are committed to informing and inspiring through journalism of the highest standards. Our vision is to “Elevate Thought”, and our mission is to “Lead the global conversation about China”.
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