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ReThink HK

Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, WanChai, Hong Kong
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Herbert Yum Research Manager

Session date and time:

5 Oct 21 | China Time: 09:15 AM -

6 Oct 21 | China Time: 06:00 PM

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It’s time to ReThink! Hong Kong’s best attended and most ambitious business event for sustainable development will be held on 5-6 October at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre.

ReThink 2021, co-organised by BEC, has been designed specifically for sustainability practitioners, business leaders and those responsible for researching and resourcing new sustainable strategies.

The annual ecosystem event unites stakeholders, demonstrating the business case and strategies for change against a backdrop of innovation and the sustainable solutions needed to achieve a circular economy and strive for a carbon-neutral Hong Kong by 2050.

Register for the event HERE.

*All delegate fees will contribute to a beneficiary fund supporting impact initiatives with two Hong Kong charity partners.

Session title: The New Green Consumer – Sustainability Trends Shaping Business

Session description: In addition to investors and regulators, consumers in Hong Kong are now more aware of the quest for greater sustainability. This has a significant impact on businesses and can no longer be ignored.


- The perfect storm – COVID-19, geo-politics, demographics, technology changes

- Changing consumer behaviours

- Implications of net zero targets

- Collaboration in the quest for net zero – vertically and horizontally

- Technology and data as enabler

Session date and time: Wednesday, 6 October at 11:15am HKT

Speaker names and titles:

Herbert Yum, Research Manager, Euromonitor International

Crystal Chan, Vice President – Corporate Affairs & Impact, McDonald’s HK

Sonalie Figueiras, Founder & CEO, Green Queen, Ekowarehouse and SourceGreenPackaging.com

Moderator: Anson Bailey Head of Consumer & Retail, ASPAC; Head of Technology, Media & Telecoms, Hong Kong, KPMG

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