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2021/09/15

The Second Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Outstanding Young Entrepreneur Awards Ceremony

The Second Greater Bay Area Outstanding Young Entrepreneur Awards Ceremony took place on 15 September, to recognize the achievements of potential and outstanding young entrepreneurs in the GBA. Petrina Tam, Convenor of the Chamber’s GBA Working Group, attended the ceremony as one of the officiating guests. The Chamber was also the co-organizer of this event.

2021/08/24

Embracing the 14th Five-Year Plan and Dual Circulation Strategy Summit

The “Embracing the 14th Five-Year Plan and Dual Circulation Strategy Summit,” co-organized by the Hong Kong Chinese Enterprises Association and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, took place on 24 August. HKGCC was one of the supporting organizations and CEO George Leung represented the Chamber at the event. Representatives from Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council, National Development and Reform Commission of PRC, Ministry of Science and Technology of PRC, People’s Bank of China, and China Centre for International Economic Exchanges, as well as Financial Secretary Paul Chan, were among those who spoke at the event, and briefed the business community on the details of the National 14th Five-Year Plan and opportunities for Hong Kong. More than 300 people attended the summit.

2021/06/29

Measures to Facilitate Hong Kong People, and the Post-Covid Human Resources Management & Brand Management

Several Chamber members joined a webinar to learn about the latest policies to enable Hong Kong people to live and work in the Mainland, held by the Shanghai branch of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (SHETO) on 29 June. At the event, “Measures to Facilitate Hong Kong People, and the Post-Covid Human Resources Management & Brand Management,” Laura Liang Aron, Director of SHETO, said that 370,000 Hong Kong people had moved to various Mainland cities. She said that she hoped the seminar could encourage more harmonious labour relations between Hong Kong employers and employees, as well as protect and manage corporate brands.

At the same seminar, David Wong, Director, Willis Towers Watson, spoke on the measures for Hong Kong people to live, study and work in the Mainland. Dr Jiang Jun Lu and Liao Fei, partners at King & Wood Mallesons, also explained some of the different corporate employment options.

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