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Wednesday, June 10, 2020

hk connected retail

13:20 – 13:25

Mr Stuart Bailey
Founder and CEO, Bailey Communication HK Limited
13:25 – 13:30
Welcome Remarks

Mr Stephen Phillips
Director-General of Investment Promotion,Invest Hong Kong
13:30 – 13:40
Opening Remarks

Mr Edward Yau Tang-wah, GBS, JP
Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, HKSAR Government
13:40 – 14:10
Retail Trends and Future – A Perspective on Leadership in A Disrupted Retail Market
What are the major trends in retail? Who is the benchmark retailers? What does a good retail leader do with so much disruption? Who will win?
– Comprehend the major focus required to succeed as a retailer or supplier
– Gain perspectives on retail developments and the disruption occurring
– Learn of best practice in retail
– Develop the skills to be a successful retail leader

Mr Bernie Brookes
Chairman, Funtastic Australia; Chairman, Dotz Australia; Ex-CEO, Myer Australia; Ex-CEO, Edcon South Africa
14:10 – 14:55
The Impact of the Covid-19 on the Retail Business in Asia and How It Is Changing Customer Behaviour
Creating a seamless brand experience for customers across many digital and real-world touchpoints is not an easy task but one which all retail brands aim to perfect. The panel discussion will describe how big data drives the progress to ensure that all of the small things are not forgotten.

Ms Jennifer Liu
Owner and Founder of The Coffee Academics

Mr Edward Bell
General Manager of Brand, Insights and Marketing Communications, Cathay Pacific Airways

Mr Jonathan Cummings
President, Greater China, Landor & FITCH Group; Chairman, FITCH Hong Kong

Mr Christopher Brewer
Managing Director, Asia, Ogilvy Consulting

Mr Anson Bailey
Head of Consumer and Retail, ASPAC / Head of Technology, Hong Kong, KPMG China
14:55 – 15:15
Organisational Transformation
How to create an organisation in which creativity, critical thought and cognitive diversity can flourish. An environment of collaboration, customer-focus and civil behaviours.

Dr Richard Claydon
Chief Executive, Organisational Misbehaviourists
15:15 – 16:00
APAC Retail Trend Forecast after the Great Lockdown
The APAC retail scene is the fastest and most dynamic market in the world. Hear the latest insights and reports from the leading experts.

Ms Lui Tong
Director, Direct to Consumer, Swire Coca-Cola HK

Ms Louisa Zhang
VP, Vectr Ventures

Ms Sarah Fung
Founder and CEO, HULA

Mr Theodore Ma
Managing Director, MaBelle International, Co-founder, CoCoon, Managing Partner, CoCoon Ignite Ventures

Dr Esterina Nervino
Director, Retail in Asia
16:00 – 16:20
Purposeful Retail, What It Means and Why It’s Vital
What is life without purpose? Discover the purpose that will help you find life-changing solutions to you, your customers and the planet we live in. Florian Hoffmann, award-winning social entrepreneur and founder of The DO School, will deliver an in-depth look at societal innovation, education, and social entrepreneurship.

Mr Florian Hoffmann
Founder of The DO School
16:20 – 16:40
Global Retailing in a Post Covid World – Key Trends & Outlook

Mr Paul Martin
Chair Global Retail Steering Group & Head of Retail UK, KPMG
16:40 – 17:10
Fireside Chat
Douglas Young is the creator of G.O.D., Hong Kong’s most iconic heritage retail brand.
Creating a narrative is something that the founder of HK’s most recognisable heritage brand is no stranger to. Listen to the story of his journey and some of the challenges that G.O.D. has faced and overcome.

Mr Douglas Young
The creator of G.O.D

Ms Jayne Chan
Head of StartmeupHK, Invest Hong Kong
17:10 – 18:10
Panel Discussion: Technology Transformation in Retail
Technology is transforming the retail sector. Developments in the pipeline in artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR) and innovative delivery systems will by 2030 enable dramatic changes in consumer behaviour, challenging the economics of many retail business models and rendering some obsolete. In light of these dramatic changes in the consumer landscape, how can retail executives prepare for the future?

Mr Noah Herschman
Senior Retail Industry Architect, Microsoft

Mr Benjamin Usinger
Manager, Advisory, Management Consulting, KPMG

Mr Simon Yeung
President & Co-founder,

Ms Dora Tse
Director, Explora Consulting and Hummingbird Analytics

Ms Elvie Lahournère
Digital and Innovation Director – APAC at Natixis Bank
18:10 – 18:40
Fireside Chat
Following eight years in investment banking, Joanna Dai founded innovative London-based womenswear brand Dai, a digitally-native company designing tailored performance wear for women who mean business and delivering comfort-empowered confidence. Joanna will share her experience in creating the successful fashion startup which has been on a tremendous growth trajectory.

Ms Joanna Dai
Founder and CEO, Dai

Simon Squibb
Founder, The Good Luck Club

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