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Patrick Orchard

Patrick Orchard

Consul (Economic), Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Mr Orchard is a Consul (Economic) at the Australian Consulate-General in Hong Kong. Most recently he worked in the Trade and Investment Division in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade based in Canberra. Prior to joining Australia’s foreign service he worked for the UN Peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan and in the NGO sector in Rwanda and Sri Lanka.

 

Mr Orchard holds a Master of International Trade and Diplomacy from Monash University; a Bachelor of International Relations (Honours) from the Australian National University; and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

Patrick Orchard

Consul (Economic), Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Mr Orchard is a Consul (Economic) at the Australian Consulate-General in Hong Kong. Most recently he worked in the Trade and Investment Division in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade based in Canberra. Prior to joining Australia’s foreign service he worked for the UN Peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan and in the NGO sector in Rwanda and Sri Lanka.

 

Mr Orchard holds a Master of International Trade and Diplomacy from Monash University; a Bachelor of International Relations (Honours) from the Australian National University; and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

Osvaldo-Patricio Alvarez-Perez

Osvaldo-Patricio Alvarez-Perez

Consul General of Chile to Hong Kong & Macau SAR

Mr. Osvaldo-Patricio Alvarez-Perez’s involvement in national, regional, and international policy-making and environmental governance in the chemicals and hazardous wastes field began in 2006 when he was appointed Officer-in-charge of Chemicals and Waste Conventions by the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Department for the Environment). From 2007 to 2009, he served as a co-chair of the Ad-hoc Working Group on Cooperation and Coordination among the Basel, Rotterdam, and Stockholm Conventions.

As a Foreign Service Officer, he has been posted at the Mission of Chile to the United Nations and other International Organizations in Geneva and New York. He has also served at the Embassy of Chile in Canada and Costa Rica.

As of 16 December 2018, he is the Consul General of Chile to Hong Kong and Macau SAR.

In March 2011, he was appointed Head of the Department for the Environment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Santiago, Chile, and later Head of the Department of the Hazardous Chemicals and Waste cluster.

He has actively participated or coordinated for the Group of Latin American and Caribbean Countries in the Conferences of the Parties to the Basel Convention (COP-8, COP-9, COP-10, COP-11, COP-13, and COP-14), Rotterdam Convention (COP-3, COP-4, COP-5, COP-6, COP-8, and COP-9) and Stockholm Convention (COP-3, COP-4, COP-5, COP-6, COP-8, and COP-9). This role also included IFCS FORA V and VI, ICCM-2, and the Basel Convention OEWG V, OEWG VI, and OEWG VII.

He served as President of the Basel Convention COP-15, President of the Rotterdam Convention COP-9, President of the Stockholm Convention COP-6, Vice-president of the International Conference on Chemicals Management 2 and 3, and re-elected Vice-president to the Basel Convention COP-9.

On 25 May 2022, he was elected Vice-president of the Minamata Convention COP-5. The fifth Conference of the Parties to the Minamata Convention will likely be held in November 2023 in Geneva, Switzerland.

And on 17 June 2022, he was elected Vice-president of the Rotterdam Convention COP-11. The eleventh Conference of the Parties to the Rotterdam Convention will likely be held in May or June 2023 in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

Specialties: Law

Osvaldo-Patricio Alvarez-Perez

Consul General of Chile to Hong Kong & Macau SAR

Mr. Osvaldo-Patricio Alvarez-Perez’s involvement in national, regional, and international policy-making and environmental governance in the chemicals and hazardous wastes field began in 2006 when he was appointed Officer-in-charge of Chemicals and Waste Conventions by the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Department for the Environment). From 2007 to 2009, he served as a co-chair of the Ad-hoc Working Group on Cooperation and Coordination among the Basel, Rotterdam, and Stockholm Conventions.

As a Foreign Service Officer, he has been posted at the Mission of Chile to the United Nations and other International Organizations in Geneva and New York. He has also served at the Embassy of Chile in Canada and Costa Rica.

As of 16 December 2018, he is the Consul General of Chile to Hong Kong and Macau SAR.

In March 2011, he was appointed Head of the Department for the Environment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Santiago, Chile, and later Head of the Department of the Hazardous Chemicals and Waste cluster.

He has actively participated or coordinated for the Group of Latin American and Caribbean Countries in the Conferences of the Parties to the Basel Convention (COP-8, COP-9, COP-10, COP-11, COP-13, and COP-14), Rotterdam Convention (COP-3, COP-4, COP-5, COP-6, COP-8, and COP-9) and Stockholm Convention (COP-3, COP-4, COP-5, COP-6, COP-8, and COP-9). This role also included IFCS FORA V and VI, ICCM-2, and the Basel Convention OEWG V, OEWG VI, and OEWG VII.

He served as President of the Basel Convention COP-15, President of the Rotterdam Convention COP-9, President of the Stockholm Convention COP-6, Vice-president of the International Conference on Chemicals Management 2 and 3, and re-elected Vice-president to the Basel Convention COP-9.

On 25 May 2022, he was elected Vice-president of the Minamata Convention COP-5. The fifth Conference of the Parties to the Minamata Convention will likely be held in November 2023 in Geneva, Switzerland.

And on 17 June 2022, he was elected Vice-president of the Rotterdam Convention COP-11. The eleventh Conference of the Parties to the Rotterdam Convention will likely be held in May or June 2023 in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

Specialties: Law

Cyril Drouet

Cyril Drouet

Founder of ADDLESS Design Studio

Cyril Drouet is Founder at ADDLESS Design Studio, Co-Founder at ADDLESS solutions, Co-Founder at Choose Planet A, Creator of THE GOOD CUP patent and a multi award-winning creative director with over 20 years international experience of design and innovation, working with global Brand Owners from multiple segments. Cyril’s life mission is to create new codes, develop new materials/processes and implement the latest technology with brands and manufacturers in order to lead the next sustainable packaging revolution. The vision and goal are for all packaging to be designed within circular economy principles and sustainable sources, to provide crucial alternatives to plastic packaging on a global, profitable scale.

Cyril Drouet

Founder of ADDLESS Design Studio

Cyril Drouet is Founder at ADDLESS Design Studio, Co-Founder at ADDLESS solutions, Co-Founder at Choose Planet A, Creator of THE GOOD CUP patent and a multi award-winning creative director with over 20 years international experience of design and innovation, working with global Brand Owners from multiple segments. Cyril’s life mission is to create new codes, develop new materials/processes and implement the latest technology with brands and manufacturers in order to lead the next sustainable packaging revolution. The vision and goal are for all packaging to be designed within circular economy principles and sustainable sources, to provide crucial alternatives to plastic packaging on a global, profitable scale.

Pat-nie Woo

Pat-nie Woo

Partner & Head of ESG – Hong Kong at KPMG China; Global Co-Chair, Sustainable Finance, KPMG IMPACT

Pat is a Partner at KPMG China, the Head of ESG practice in Hong Kong and the Global Co-Chair for Sustainable Finance for KPMG IMPACT. He also leads the Sustainable Finance practice in Hong Kong and is very active in developing the ESG landscape for Hong Kong and international financial centres in the region.

Pat has been active for over 15 years in the field of sustainable development. In his previous capacity as a director at Central Textiles, through his leadership, Central Textiles was the first textile company in Asia to issue a Sustainability Report under the Global Reporting Initiatives (“GRI”) Guidelines in 2008. The report subsequently received an award from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (“ACCA”). Through his initiatives Central Textiles subsequently won the Gold Award for the Hang Seng Pearl River Delta Environmental Award in 2012 and the Gold Award for Hong Kong Award for Environmental Excellence (“HKAEE”) – Manufacturing Sector in 2013. He also helped KPMG win the HKAEE Gold Award–Service and Trading Sector in 2019.

Since 2018, Pat has chaired two working groups on the development of ESG strategy for Hong Kong for the Financial Services Development Council. The working groups have issued 2 policy papers during his term and the recommendations made aiming to catalyse the development of the sustainable finance market in Hong Kong have been well received.

Pat-nie Woo

Partner & Head of ESG – Hong Kong at KPMG China; Global Co-Chair, Sustainable Finance, KPMG IMPACT

Pat is a Partner at KPMG China, the Head of ESG practice in Hong Kong and the Global Co-Chair for Sustainable Finance for KPMG IMPACT. He also leads the Sustainable Finance practice in Hong Kong and is very active in developing the ESG landscape for Hong Kong and international financial centres in the region.

Pat has been active for over 15 years in the field of sustainable development. In his previous capacity as a director at Central Textiles, through his leadership, Central Textiles was the first textile company in Asia to issue a Sustainability Report under the Global Reporting Initiatives (“GRI”) Guidelines in 2008. The report subsequently received an award from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (“ACCA”). Through his initiatives Central Textiles subsequently won the Gold Award for the Hang Seng Pearl River Delta Environmental Award in 2012 and the Gold Award for Hong Kong Award for Environmental Excellence (“HKAEE”) – Manufacturing Sector in 2013. He also helped KPMG win the HKAEE Gold Award–Service and Trading Sector in 2019.

Since 2018, Pat has chaired two working groups on the development of ESG strategy for Hong Kong for the Financial Services Development Council. The working groups have issued 2 policy papers during his term and the recommendations made aiming to catalyse the development of the sustainable finance market in Hong Kong have been well received.

Angus Tsang

Angus Tsang

Research & Investment, The Mills Fabrica

Angus focuses on research areas in enhancing understanding and learnings in the techstyle space for The Mills Fabrica. Passionate about the discovery of insights, Angus has experience in market research projects for a variety of consumer verticals.

Prior to joining The Mills Fabrica, he was an industry analyst at Coresight Research focusing on e-commerce and the New Retail development. He obtained a BA from City University of Hong Kong.

Angus Tsang

Research & Investment, The Mills Fabrica

Angus focuses on research areas in enhancing understanding and learnings in the techstyle space for The Mills Fabrica. Passionate about the discovery of insights, Angus has experience in market research projects for a variety of consumer verticals.

Prior to joining The Mills Fabrica, he was an industry analyst at Coresight Research focusing on e-commerce and the New Retail development. He obtained a BA from City University of Hong Kong.

Ken Lam

Ken Lam

Regional Sales Director, G-Locs Group in Asia

Ken is the second generation owner and Asia Sales Director of G-Locs Group, a leading sustainable packaging company dually head quartered in Hong Kong and Istanbul. G-Locs group owns 10 factories in 7 countries and sales offices across Asia and Europe. The group focuses on designing, developing and manufacturing different sustainable packaging products for leading fashion retailers.

Ken Lam

Regional Sales Director, G-Locs Group in Asia

Ken is the second generation owner and Asia Sales Director of G-Locs Group, a leading sustainable packaging company dually head quartered in Hong Kong and Istanbul. G-Locs group owns 10 factories in 7 countries and sales offices across Asia and Europe. The group focuses on designing, developing and manufacturing different sustainable packaging products for leading fashion retailers.

Hon. Sunny Tan

Hon. Sunny Tan

Member of HKSAR Legislative Council (Textile & Garment)

As a seasoned industrialist, Hon Sunny Tan is currently a Member of the Legislative Council representing the Textiles and Garment functional constituency and Senior Advisor to Luen Thai Holdings Limited, a leading fashion and lifestyle apparel and accessories manufacturer, for which he has served for more than two decades.  He is also the Chairman of Hong Kong Productivity Council, Executive Deputy Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries and Executive Vice President of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Textiles.  In 2013, he received the “Young Industrialist Awards of Hong Kong”.

 

Hon Sunny Tan has a strong record of public and community service.  He is a Member of the Committee on Innovation, Technology and Re-industrialisation, Member of Trade and Industry Advisory Board, Council Member of Vocational Training Council, Executive Committee Member of the Hong Kong Shippers’ Council, and Board of Director of the Hong Kong Design Centre.  He is also a Member of the Hebei Province Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.

 

Hon Sunny Tan obtained a Master of Science degree from Stanford University and Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Hon. Sunny Tan

Member of HKSAR Legislative Council (Textile & Garment)

As a seasoned industrialist, Hon Sunny Tan is currently a Member of the Legislative Council representing the Textiles and Garment functional constituency and Senior Advisor to Luen Thai Holdings Limited, a leading fashion and lifestyle apparel and accessories manufacturer, for which he has served for more than two decades.  He is also the Chairman of Hong Kong Productivity Council, Executive Deputy Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries and Executive Vice President of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Textiles.  In 2013, he received the “Young Industrialist Awards of Hong Kong”.

 

Hon Sunny Tan has a strong record of public and community service.  He is a Member of the Committee on Innovation, Technology and Re-industrialisation, Member of Trade and Industry Advisory Board, Council Member of Vocational Training Council, Executive Committee Member of the Hong Kong Shippers’ Council, and Board of Director of the Hong Kong Design Centre.  He is also a Member of the Hebei Province Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.

 

Hon Sunny Tan obtained a Master of Science degree from Stanford University and Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Karen Ho

Karen Ho

Head of Corporate and Community Sustainability, WWF-Hong Kong

Karen Ho joined WWF in May of 2008 as Business Engagement Leader for Climate programme. She works on climate and energy issues in Hong Kong and China, engaging with businesses and industries across the spectrum to initiate, lead and oversee the development of climate programmes.

Karen assumed a new position as Head of Corporate and Community Sustainability in August 2017. As the Low Carbon Manufacturing Programme (LCMP) and Low-carbon Office Operation Programme (LOOP) continue to grow, Karen will also foster collaboration initiatives that are making the community and corporations more sustainable.

An accomplished senior executive, Karen held senior management positions in several Fortune 500 companies prior to joining WWF. Karen holds a Master degree of Business Administration from University of Surrey, UK and is accredited as Chartered Marketer by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK since 2001.

Karen Ho

Head of Corporate and Community Sustainability, WWF-Hong Kong

Karen Ho joined WWF in May of 2008 as Business Engagement Leader for Climate programme. She works on climate and energy issues in Hong Kong and China, engaging with businesses and industries across the spectrum to initiate, lead and oversee the development of climate programmes.

Karen assumed a new position as Head of Corporate and Community Sustainability in August 2017. As the Low Carbon Manufacturing Programme (LCMP) and Low-carbon Office Operation Programme (LOOP) continue to grow, Karen will also foster collaboration initiatives that are making the community and corporations more sustainable.

An accomplished senior executive, Karen held senior management positions in several Fortune 500 companies prior to joining WWF. Karen holds a Master degree of Business Administration from University of Surrey, UK and is accredited as Chartered Marketer by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK since 2001.

Prof. Thomas C. C. Wong

Prof. Thomas C. C. Wong

Chairman of Institute of International Sustainable Development

Professor of Practice HiESD (HK)

Adjunct Professor NJJIT (China)

Senior Engineer (Textiles), FCTES; MHKITA

Fellows FBVCBS

Certified Sustainable Development Planner (CSDP)

International Society of Sustainability Professionals. USA.

Chartered Institute for Textiles, Clothing & Footwear, UK

University of Cambridge, CISL

 

  • Prof. WONG has over 30 years’ experience in the luxury fashion field.  And over 20 years in the building industry with high end interior decoration. Recently he focuses on Sustainable Development of Animal-Based Industries, including the meat, animal fibres, fashion and pet industries.

 

  • Chairman of Sustainable Development Committee of Chinese Manufacturers Asso.
  • Founding President of Institute of International Sustainable Development
  • Associate Dean, Publicity of SDG Industry-education-research, HiESD
  • Founding Chairman of “Belt & Road Youth Foundation” (HK Charity # 91/15440)
  • Senior Expert Advisor of GBA Carbon Neutrality Asso.
  • Advisor of Asso. of Family Offices in Asia- MAG
  • Director of HK Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA)
  • Director of HK Brand Development Council
  • External Advisor of HK Poly Univ CPCE CPD Steering Committee
  • Advisor of The Education Univ. Of HK Edu-plus Internship program
  • School Manager of CCK Secondary School
  • Chairman of Audit Committee and Director of a 60 years-old International Trade Federation

 

  • Former Advisor to the HKSAR Agriculture and Fisheries & Conservation Department’s Endangered Plants & Animals Species Advisory Committee
  • Former Director at ESF Foundation Board
  • Former School Manager at Island School

 

  • Arte Moda International Enterprise – Chairman
  • Nanjing China Railway Best Joint Comm. Co Ltd. – CEO

 

Contact: thomas_c_c_wong@hotmail.com

Prof. Thomas C. C. Wong

Chairman of Institute of International Sustainable Development

Professor of Practice HiESD (HK)

Adjunct Professor NJJIT (China)

Senior Engineer (Textiles), FCTES; MHKITA

Fellows FBVCBS

Certified Sustainable Development Planner (CSDP)

International Society of Sustainability Professionals. USA.

Chartered Institute for Textiles, Clothing & Footwear, UK

University of Cambridge, CISL

 

  • Prof. WONG has over 30 years’ experience in the luxury fashion field.  And over 20 years in the building industry with high end interior decoration. Recently he focuses on Sustainable Development of Animal-Based Industries, including the meat, animal fibres, fashion and pet industries.

 

  • Chairman of Sustainable Development Committee of Chinese Manufacturers Asso.
  • Founding President of Institute of International Sustainable Development
  • Associate Dean, Publicity of SDG Industry-education-research, HiESD
  • Founding Chairman of “Belt & Road Youth Foundation” (HK Charity # 91/15440)
  • Senior Expert Advisor of GBA Carbon Neutrality Asso.
  • Advisor of Asso. of Family Offices in Asia- MAG
  • Director of HK Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA)
  • Director of HK Brand Development Council
  • External Advisor of HK Poly Univ CPCE CPD Steering Committee
  • Advisor of The Education Univ. Of HK Edu-plus Internship program
  • School Manager of CCK Secondary School
  • Chairman of Audit Committee and Director of a 60 years-old International Trade Federation

 

  • Former Advisor to the HKSAR Agriculture and Fisheries & Conservation Department’s Endangered Plants & Animals Species Advisory Committee
  • Former Director at ESF Foundation Board
  • Former School Manager at Island School

 

  • Arte Moda International Enterprise – Chairman
  • Nanjing China Railway Best Joint Comm. Co Ltd. – CEO

 

Contact: thomas_c_c_wong@hotmail.com

Jersey Yuen

Jersey Yuen

Assistant Head of Create Hong Kong, The Government of the HKSAR

Joining Create Hong Kong in April 2019, Ms Jersey YUEN is responsible for formulating strategies and implementing initiatives for the development of Hong Kong’s creative industries and for collaborating with these industries and other organisations to provide one-stop services for their promotion. Ms YUEN graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences majoring in Economics and Management Studies. She has joined the Hong Kong Civil Service for over 30 years and served in numerous policy bureaux and departments. Ms YUEN has rich administrative experience and possesses proven leadership and management skills, particularly in human resources management, leading teams, planning and development.

Jersey Yuen

Assistant Head of Create Hong Kong, The Government of the HKSAR

Joining Create Hong Kong in April 2019, Ms Jersey YUEN is responsible for formulating strategies and implementing initiatives for the development of Hong Kong’s creative industries and for collaborating with these industries and other organisations to provide one-stop services for their promotion. Ms YUEN graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences majoring in Economics and Management Studies. She has joined the Hong Kong Civil Service for over 30 years and served in numerous policy bureaux and departments. Ms YUEN has rich administrative experience and possesses proven leadership and management skills, particularly in human resources management, leading teams, planning and development.

Richard Cheng

Richard Cheng

Chairman of Clothing Industry Training Authority

Mr. Cheng serves as a Non-Executive Director of Wing Tai Holdings Limited; the Managing Director and General Manager of Wing Tai Corporation Limited.

Mr. Cheng is a Director of the Federation of Hong Kong Garment Manufacturers, the Chairman of the Clothing Industry Training Authority since September 2019, the Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries – Group 24, a member of the Employees Retraining Board – Wearing Apparel and Textile Industry Consultative Network, a member of Hong Kong Trade Development Council – Garment Advisory, an external member of City University of Hong Kong – Department of Marketing Departmental Advisory Committee, a Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce of Guangzhou Foreign Investment Enterprises, a Vice President of Friends of The Community Chest Wan Chai District, a member of the 12th National Committee of Yunnan Province, a Honorary President of Yunnan Provincial Federation of Industry and Commerce of Macau Yunnan Friendship and Fraternity Association of Macau and a Honorary President of Hong Kong Asia Youth Association.

Mr. Cheng graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science degree and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University, USA.

Richard Cheng

Chairman of Clothing Industry Training Authority

Mr. Cheng serves as a Non-Executive Director of Wing Tai Holdings Limited; the Managing Director and General Manager of Wing Tai Corporation Limited.

Mr. Cheng is a Director of the Federation of Hong Kong Garment Manufacturers, the Chairman of the Clothing Industry Training Authority since September 2019, the Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries – Group 24, a member of the Employees Retraining Board – Wearing Apparel and Textile Industry Consultative Network, a member of Hong Kong Trade Development Council – Garment Advisory, an external member of City University of Hong Kong – Department of Marketing Departmental Advisory Committee, a Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce of Guangzhou Foreign Investment Enterprises, a Vice President of Friends of The Community Chest Wan Chai District, a member of the 12th National Committee of Yunnan Province, a Honorary President of Yunnan Provincial Federation of Industry and Commerce of Macau Yunnan Friendship and Fraternity Association of Macau and a Honorary President of Hong Kong Asia Youth Association.

Mr. Cheng graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science degree and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University, USA.

Dr. Peter Cheng

Dr. Peter Cheng

Chairman of Hanbo Enterprises Limited

Dr. Cheng Lap Yin (鄭立言) Peter, is the Co-founder and Chairman of Hanbo group. He is responsible for the strategic planning and overall management of the Company’s business development.

Dr. Cheng has almost 30 years of experience in the apparel industry. Dr. Cheng had worked in renowned garment trading companies and sourcing offices before establishing Hanbo in 1991, he established Hanbo Enterprises Limited with two partners. He has been responsible for the company’s business development and marketing and successfully led the group to list on the mainboard of the Hong Kong Exchange in July 2014. Currently, he is leading the transformation of Hanbo to a data-centric supply chain management company.

Dr. Cheng obtained an Executive Master of Business Administration(EMBA) degree and a Doctor of Business Administration(DBA) degree at the City University of Hong Kong. He is also Business Advisor of Operation and Supply Chain Management at College of Business, City University of Hong Kong.

Dr. Cheng is also the co-founder of the Hong Kong Apparel Society Limited (HKAS), which is an influential representative organization of apparel industry SMEs in Hong Kong. He is also currently the Vice Chairman of Sustainable Fashion Business Consortium (SFBC) and Executive Committee Member of Fashion Industry Development Council (FIDC) in Hong Kong

Dr. Peter Cheng

Chairman of Hanbo Enterprises Limited

Dr. Cheng Lap Yin (鄭立言) Peter, is the Co-founder and Chairman of Hanbo group. He is responsible for the strategic planning and overall management of the Company’s business development.

Dr. Cheng has almost 30 years of experience in the apparel industry. Dr. Cheng had worked in renowned garment trading companies and sourcing offices before establishing Hanbo in 1991, he established Hanbo Enterprises Limited with two partners. He has been responsible for the company’s business development and marketing and successfully led the group to list on the mainboard of the Hong Kong Exchange in July 2014. Currently, he is leading the transformation of Hanbo to a data-centric supply chain management company.

Dr. Cheng obtained an Executive Master of Business Administration(EMBA) degree and a Doctor of Business Administration(DBA) degree at the City University of Hong Kong. He is also Business Advisor of Operation and Supply Chain Management at College of Business, City University of Hong Kong.

Dr. Cheng is also the co-founder of the Hong Kong Apparel Society Limited (HKAS), which is an influential representative organization of apparel industry SMEs in Hong Kong. He is also currently the Vice Chairman of Sustainable Fashion Business Consortium (SFBC) and Executive Committee Member of Fashion Industry Development Council (FIDC) in Hong Kong

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Karen Ho

Head of Corporate and Community Sustainability, WWF-Hong Kong

Karen Ho joined WWF in May of 2008 as Business Engagement Leader for Climate programme. She works on climate and energy issues in Hong Kong and China, engaging with businesses and industries across the spectrum to initiate, lead and oversee the development of climate programmes.

Karen assumed a new position as Head of Corporate and Community Sustainability in August 2017. As the Low Carbon Manufacturing Programme (LCMP) and Low-carbon Office Operation Programme (LOOP) continue to grow, Karen will also foster collaboration initiatives that are making the community and corporations more sustainable.

An accomplished senior executive, Karen held senior management positions in several Fortune 500 companies prior to joining WWF. Karen holds a Master degree of Business Administration from University of Surrey, UK and is accredited as Chartered Marketer by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK since 2001.

Karen Ho

Head of Corporate and Community Sustainability, WWF-Hong Kong

Karen Ho joined WWF in May of 2008 as Business Engagement Leader for Climate programme. She works on climate and energy issues in Hong Kong and China, engaging with businesses and industries across the spectrum to initiate, lead and oversee the development of climate programmes.

Karen assumed a new position as Head of Corporate and Community Sustainability in August 2017. As the Low Carbon Manufacturing Programme (LCMP) and Low-carbon Office Operation Programme (LOOP) continue to grow, Karen will also foster collaboration initiatives that are making the community and corporations more sustainable.

An accomplished senior executive, Karen held senior management positions in several Fortune 500 companies prior to joining WWF. Karen holds a Master degree of Business Administration from University of Surrey, UK and is accredited as Chartered Marketer by the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK since 2001.

Prof. Thomas C. C. Wong

Chairman of Institute of International Sustainable Development

Professor of Practice HiESD (HK)

Adjunct Professor NJJIT (China)

Senior Engineer (Textiles), FCTES; MHKITA

Fellows FBVCBS

Certified Sustainable Development Planner (CSDP)

International Society of Sustainability Professionals. USA.

Chartered Institute for Textiles, Clothing & Footwear, UK

University of Cambridge, CISL

 

  • Prof. WONG has over 30 years’ experience in the luxury fashion field.  And over 20 years in the building industry with high end interior decoration. Recently he focuses on Sustainable Development of Animal-Based Industries, including the meat, animal fibres, fashion and pet industries.

 

  • Chairman of Sustainable Development Committee of Chinese Manufacturers Asso.
  • Founding President of Institute of International Sustainable Development
  • Associate Dean, Publicity of SDG Industry-education-research, HiESD
  • Founding Chairman of “Belt & Road Youth Foundation” (HK Charity # 91/15440)
  • Senior Expert Advisor of GBA Carbon Neutrality Asso.
  • Advisor of Asso. of Family Offices in Asia- MAG
  • Director of HK Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA)
  • Director of HK Brand Development Council
  • External Advisor of HK Poly Univ CPCE CPD Steering Committee
  • Advisor of The Education Univ. Of HK Edu-plus Internship program
  • School Manager of CCK Secondary School
  • Chairman of Audit Committee and Director of a 60 years-old International Trade Federation

 

  • Former Advisor to the HKSAR Agriculture and Fisheries & Conservation Department’s Endangered Plants & Animals Species Advisory Committee
  • Former Director at ESF Foundation Board
  • Former School Manager at Island School

 

  • Arte Moda International Enterprise – Chairman
  • Nanjing China Railway Best Joint Comm. Co Ltd. – CEO

 

Contact: thomas_c_c_wong@hotmail.com

Prof. Thomas C. C. Wong

Chairman of Institute of International Sustainable Development

Professor of Practice HiESD (HK)

Adjunct Professor NJJIT (China)

Senior Engineer (Textiles), FCTES; MHKITA

Fellows FBVCBS

Certified Sustainable Development Planner (CSDP)

International Society of Sustainability Professionals. USA.

Chartered Institute for Textiles, Clothing & Footwear, UK

University of Cambridge, CISL

 

  • Prof. WONG has over 30 years’ experience in the luxury fashion field.  And over 20 years in the building industry with high end interior decoration. Recently he focuses on Sustainable Development of Animal-Based Industries, including the meat, animal fibres, fashion and pet industries.

 

  • Chairman of Sustainable Development Committee of Chinese Manufacturers Asso.
  • Founding President of Institute of International Sustainable Development
  • Associate Dean, Publicity of SDG Industry-education-research, HiESD
  • Founding Chairman of “Belt & Road Youth Foundation” (HK Charity # 91/15440)
  • Senior Expert Advisor of GBA Carbon Neutrality Asso.
  • Advisor of Asso. of Family Offices in Asia- MAG
  • Director of HK Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA)
  • Director of HK Brand Development Council
  • External Advisor of HK Poly Univ CPCE CPD Steering Committee
  • Advisor of The Education Univ. Of HK Edu-plus Internship program
  • School Manager of CCK Secondary School
  • Chairman of Audit Committee and Director of a 60 years-old International Trade Federation

 

  • Former Advisor to the HKSAR Agriculture and Fisheries & Conservation Department’s Endangered Plants & Animals Species Advisory Committee
  • Former Director at ESF Foundation Board
  • Former School Manager at Island School

 

  • Arte Moda International Enterprise – Chairman
  • Nanjing China Railway Best Joint Comm. Co Ltd. – CEO

 

Contact: thomas_c_c_wong@hotmail.com

Jersey Yuen

Assistant Head of Create Hong Kong, The Government of the HKSAR

Joining Create Hong Kong in April 2019, Ms Jersey YUEN is responsible for formulating strategies and implementing initiatives for the development of Hong Kong’s creative industries and for collaborating with these industries and other organisations to provide one-stop services for their promotion. Ms YUEN graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences majoring in Economics and Management Studies. She has joined the Hong Kong Civil Service for over 30 years and served in numerous policy bureaux and departments. Ms YUEN has rich administrative experience and possesses proven leadership and management skills, particularly in human resources management, leading teams, planning and development.

Jersey Yuen

Assistant Head of Create Hong Kong, The Government of the HKSAR

Joining Create Hong Kong in April 2019, Ms Jersey YUEN is responsible for formulating strategies and implementing initiatives for the development of Hong Kong’s creative industries and for collaborating with these industries and other organisations to provide one-stop services for their promotion. Ms YUEN graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences majoring in Economics and Management Studies. She has joined the Hong Kong Civil Service for over 30 years and served in numerous policy bureaux and departments. Ms YUEN has rich administrative experience and possesses proven leadership and management skills, particularly in human resources management, leading teams, planning and development.

Richard Cheng

Chairman of Clothing Industry Training Authority

Mr. Cheng serves as a Non-Executive Director of Wing Tai Holdings Limited; the Managing Director and General Manager of Wing Tai Corporation Limited.

Mr. Cheng is a Director of the Federation of Hong Kong Garment Manufacturers, the Chairman of the Clothing Industry Training Authority since September 2019, the Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries – Group 24, a member of the Employees Retraining Board – Wearing Apparel and Textile Industry Consultative Network, a member of Hong Kong Trade Development Council – Garment Advisory, an external member of City University of Hong Kong – Department of Marketing Departmental Advisory Committee, a Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce of Guangzhou Foreign Investment Enterprises, a Vice President of Friends of The Community Chest Wan Chai District, a member of the 12th National Committee of Yunnan Province, a Honorary President of Yunnan Provincial Federation of Industry and Commerce of Macau Yunnan Friendship and Fraternity Association of Macau and a Honorary President of Hong Kong Asia Youth Association.

Mr. Cheng graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science degree and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University, USA.

Richard Cheng

Chairman of Clothing Industry Training Authority

Mr. Cheng serves as a Non-Executive Director of Wing Tai Holdings Limited; the Managing Director and General Manager of Wing Tai Corporation Limited.

Mr. Cheng is a Director of the Federation of Hong Kong Garment Manufacturers, the Chairman of the Clothing Industry Training Authority since September 2019, the Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries – Group 24, a member of the Employees Retraining Board – Wearing Apparel and Textile Industry Consultative Network, a member of Hong Kong Trade Development Council – Garment Advisory, an external member of City University of Hong Kong – Department of Marketing Departmental Advisory Committee, a Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce of Guangzhou Foreign Investment Enterprises, a Vice President of Friends of The Community Chest Wan Chai District, a member of the 12th National Committee of Yunnan Province, a Honorary President of Yunnan Provincial Federation of Industry and Commerce of Macau Yunnan Friendship and Fraternity Association of Macau and a Honorary President of Hong Kong Asia Youth Association.

Mr. Cheng graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science degree and holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University, USA.

Dr. Peter Cheng

Chairman of Hanbo Enterprises Limited

Dr. Cheng Lap Yin (鄭立言) Peter, is the Co-founder and Chairman of Hanbo group. He is responsible for the strategic planning and overall management of the Company’s business development.

Dr. Cheng has almost 30 years of experience in the apparel industry. Dr. Cheng had worked in renowned garment trading companies and sourcing offices before establishing Hanbo in 1991, he established Hanbo Enterprises Limited with two partners. He has been responsible for the company’s business development and marketing and successfully led the group to list on the mainboard of the Hong Kong Exchange in July 2014. Currently, he is leading the transformation of Hanbo to a data-centric supply chain management company.

Dr. Cheng obtained an Executive Master of Business Administration(EMBA) degree and a Doctor of Business Administration(DBA) degree at the City University of Hong Kong. He is also Business Advisor of Operation and Supply Chain Management at College of Business, City University of Hong Kong.

Dr. Cheng is also the co-founder of the Hong Kong Apparel Society Limited (HKAS), which is an influential representative organization of apparel industry SMEs in Hong Kong. He is also currently the Vice Chairman of Sustainable Fashion Business Consortium (SFBC) and Executive Committee Member of Fashion Industry Development Council (FIDC) in Hong Kong

Dr. Peter Cheng

Chairman of Hanbo Enterprises Limited

Dr. Cheng Lap Yin (鄭立言) Peter, is the Co-founder and Chairman of Hanbo group. He is responsible for the strategic planning and overall management of the Company’s business development.

Dr. Cheng has almost 30 years of experience in the apparel industry. Dr. Cheng had worked in renowned garment trading companies and sourcing offices before establishing Hanbo in 1991, he established Hanbo Enterprises Limited with two partners. He has been responsible for the company’s business development and marketing and successfully led the group to list on the mainboard of the Hong Kong Exchange in July 2014. Currently, he is leading the transformation of Hanbo to a data-centric supply chain management company.

Dr. Cheng obtained an Executive Master of Business Administration(EMBA) degree and a Doctor of Business Administration(DBA) degree at the City University of Hong Kong. He is also Business Advisor of Operation and Supply Chain Management at College of Business, City University of Hong Kong.

Dr. Cheng is also the co-founder of the Hong Kong Apparel Society Limited (HKAS), which is an influential representative organization of apparel industry SMEs in Hong Kong. He is also currently the Vice Chairman of Sustainable Fashion Business Consortium (SFBC) and Executive Committee Member of Fashion Industry Development Council (FIDC) in Hong Kong

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