Activity VI

FASHION SUMMIT (HK) 2023

Take Action on Ocean Conservation

Date XX Mar 2023 (Friday)
Time 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
VenueWWF-Hong Kong Mai Po Nature Reserve
Tam Kong Chau Road, N.T., HONG KONG
Assembly PointAssembly Time: 1:30 p.m.
G/F Seminar Room, Clothing Industry Training Authority (CITA)
63 Tai Yip Street, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon, HONG KONG
CITA Map Location
Transportation FREE Coach Trip between CITA and Hoi Ha Wan
LanguageCantonese
TargetParticipants must be aged 18 or above (as of the event day)
Fee Free of Charge (including coach trip and insurance)
Remarks 1. Please note the COVID-19 Precautionary Measures at the event venue.
2. Participants must provide personal data for insurance application.
Registration Please register online before XX Sep 2022
Quota are limited and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis
Enquiry Ms. Annie Yeung︱ (852) 2263 6336︱info@fashionsummit.hk

ITINERARY

13:30 Assembly at CITA Building in Kowloon Bay
14:00 Departure from CITA Building (Kowloon Bay)
15:00 Arrive The Mills
15:30 – 16:00 Guided Tour of The Mills
16:00 – 17:00 Experience Garment to Garment (G2G) Recycle Garment System
17:15 Departure from The Mills (Tsuen Wan West)
18:00 Arrive Kowloon Bay
Remarks :
The co-organisers reserve the right to change the programme, content, session, speakers, format and schedule of the event without prior notice.

SPEAKERS

Edward Yau Tang-wah, GBS, JP

Edward Yau Tang-wah, GBS, JP

Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development, HKSAR Government

Mr. Yau assumed the post of the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development on July 1, 2017. His portfolio covers policy areas from trade, commerce to telecommunications and broadcasting, and from promotion of creative industries, intellectual property and consumer protection to boosting inward investment and tourism development.

Mr. Yau has his full career in the public service. Before taking up the current post, Mr Yau was the Director of the Chief Executive’s Office from 2012 to 2017, assisting the Chief Executive in formulating policies and setting policy goals and priorities. He was the Secretary for the Environment from 2007 to 2012, overseeing policies on environmental protection, energy, nature conservation and sustainable development.

Mr. Yau started his civil service career as an Administrative Officer in 1981. During his long service as a civil servant, he held various positions, including Director of Information Services, Deputy Secretary for Education and Manpower, Deputy Director-General of Trade and Industry as well as Director-General of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Washington, DC, USA.

Mr. Yau graduated from the University of Hong Kong. He received further education at Oxford University and at Harvard University.

Edward Yau Tang-wah, GBS, JP

Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development, HKSAR Government

Mr. Yau assumed the post of the Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development on July 1, 2017. His portfolio covers policy areas from trade, commerce to telecommunications and broadcasting, and from promotion of creative industries, intellectual property and consumer protection to boosting inward investment and tourism development.

Mr. Yau has his full career in the public service. Before taking up the current post, Mr Yau was the Director of the Chief Executive’s Office from 2012 to 2017, assisting the Chief Executive in formulating policies and setting policy goals and priorities. He was the Secretary for the Environment from 2007 to 2012, overseeing policies on environmental protection, energy, nature conservation and sustainable development.

Mr. Yau started his civil service career as an Administrative Officer in 1981. During his long service as a civil servant, he held various positions, including Director of Information Services, Deputy Secretary for Education and Manpower, Deputy Director-General of Trade and Industry as well as Director-General of the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in Washington, DC, USA.

Mr. Yau graduated from the University of Hong Kong. He received further education at Oxford University and at Harvard University.

Sharon Lim

Sharon Lim

Co-founder & CEO of Browzwear

Sharon is a corporate visionary with nearly 20 years of experience in the apparel industry, from sourcing to retail. She is responsible for directing Browzwear’s vision and business operations in the rapidly-evolving 3D apparel market. Before managing Browzwear, Sharon co-founded and managed Pragma, a global distributor of technology solutions for the Apparel industry, and was General Manager of Tommy Hilfiger South America, where she was responsible for distribution, localization, wholesale, and process management. Outside of work, Sharon is committed to eradicating poverty through community development projects and creating sustainability in less-privileged communities in Asia.

Sharon Lim

Co-founder & CEO of Browzwear

Sharon is a corporate visionary with nearly 20 years of experience in the apparel industry, from sourcing to retail. She is responsible for directing Browzwear’s vision and business operations in the rapidly-evolving 3D apparel market. Before managing Browzwear, Sharon co-founded and managed Pragma, a global distributor of technology solutions for the Apparel industry, and was General Manager of Tommy Hilfiger South America, where she was responsible for distribution, localization, wholesale, and process management. Outside of work, Sharon is committed to eradicating poverty through community development projects and creating sustainability in less-privileged communities in Asia.

Qing Zhang

Qing Zhang

Brand Manager of Klee Klee

Zhang Qing is the Brand Manager at klee klee, a sustainable fashion label based in Shanghai. Taken from spoken Tibetan, the name klee klee stands for “slow down”, as the brand aspires to explore a rhythm in the fashion industry that is closer to how nature works.

Prior to joining the klee klee team, she worked as a culture curator at ZUCZUG, the parent company of klee klee

Qing Zhang

Brand Manager of Klee Klee

Zhang Qing is the Brand Manager at klee klee, a sustainable fashion label based in Shanghai. Taken from spoken Tibetan, the name klee klee stands for “slow down”, as the brand aspires to explore a rhythm in the fashion industry that is closer to how nature works.

Prior to joining the klee klee team, she worked as a culture curator at ZUCZUG, the parent company of klee klee

Miss Joyce Chau, amfori Director Asia Pacific

Miss Joyce Chau, amfori Director Asia Pacific

(amfori formerly known as Foreign Trade Association (FTA))

Ms Joyce Chau joined amfori as the Country Representative of the organization in China in June 2011. She leads the Greater China team based in Hong Kong. Her role is to promote open trade and sustainable supply chain through supporting sustainability activities related to business social compliance (amfori BSCI), environmental performance (amfori BEPI) and trade policy (amfori advocacy). Started from Jan 2019, Ms Chau has taken up the position of Director Asia Pacific and leads the regional team covering Australian/New Zealand, Bangladesh, Greater China, India, Turkey, and including Vietnam to drive open and sustainable trade in the region.

In nearly 30 years, Ms Chau has been working as a corporate communications practitioner for various organizations with focus on sustainability, CSR, and supply chain management. Her major expertise is in public affairs, stakeholder and media relations crisis and issues management, etc.

Prior to joining amfori, she was the Senior Vice President of the HSBC Corporate Sustainability Asia Pacific Region Office, Dell China’s Corporate Communications Director and she also worked for HKSAR Government’ Innovation and Technology Commission, HK Airport Authority and GS1, a global supply chain standard organisation. She possesses a BSoSc in Communications and a Master of Arts in Translation.

Miss Joyce Chau, amfori Director Asia Pacific

(amfori formerly known as Foreign Trade Association (FTA))

Ms Joyce Chau joined amfori as the Country Representative of the organization in China in June 2011. She leads the Greater China team based in Hong Kong. Her role is to promote open trade and sustainable supply chain through supporting sustainability activities related to business social compliance (amfori BSCI), environmental performance (amfori BEPI) and trade policy (amfori advocacy). Started from Jan 2019, Ms Chau has taken up the position of Director Asia Pacific and leads the regional team covering Australian/New Zealand, Bangladesh, Greater China, India, Turkey, and including Vietnam to drive open and sustainable trade in the region.

In nearly 30 years, Ms Chau has been working as a corporate communications practitioner for various organizations with focus on sustainability, CSR, and supply chain management. Her major expertise is in public affairs, stakeholder and media relations crisis and issues management, etc.

Prior to joining amfori, she was the Senior Vice President of the HSBC Corporate Sustainability Asia Pacific Region Office, Dell China’s Corporate Communications Director and she also worked for HKSAR Government’ Innovation and Technology Commission, HK Airport Authority and GS1, a global supply chain standard organisation. She possesses a BSoSc in Communications and a Master of Arts in Translation.

Karin Malmstrom

Director, China & Northeast Asia, Cotton Council International

Karin Malmstrom joined Cotton Council International (CCI) as its Director for China and Hong Kong in April 2006 and in January 2015 added Northeast Asia to her responsibilities. She heads up CCI’s trade servicing programs, supply chain marketing activities, consumer promotions and government affairs in the region, as well as manages CCI’s offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Osaka, Seoul and Taipei.

Karin, an accomplished Sinologist with over 30 years of China-related experience joined CCI from Malmstrom Associates Orient, a business and marketing and communication consultancy. Fluent and literate in Mandarin Chinese, Karin has worked in a variety of fields in China including the auto, steel and travel industries, metals and minerals trading, technology transfers, education, journalism and communications. Immediately prior to establishing Malmstrom Associates Orient, she was Director of Corporate Communications for DaimlerChrysler China, based in Beijing.

Karin graduated cum laude in Asian Studies and Geography from Middlebury College, USA. She continued in executive education at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) and at St. Gallens Management Center, both located in Switzerland.

Karin Malmstrom

Director, China & Northeast Asia, Cotton Council International

Karin Malmstrom joined Cotton Council International (CCI) as its Director for China and Hong Kong in April 2006 and in January 2015 added Northeast Asia to her responsibilities. She heads up CCI’s trade servicing programs, supply chain marketing activities, consumer promotions and government affairs in the region, as well as manages CCI’s offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Osaka, Seoul and Taipei.

Karin, an accomplished Sinologist with over 30 years of China-related experience joined CCI from Malmstrom Associates Orient, a business and marketing and communication consultancy. Fluent and literate in Mandarin Chinese, Karin has worked in a variety of fields in China including the auto, steel and travel industries, metals and minerals trading, technology transfers, education, journalism and communications. Immediately prior to establishing Malmstrom Associates Orient, she was Director of Corporate Communications for DaimlerChrysler China, based in Beijing.

Karin graduated cum laude in Asian Studies and Geography from Middlebury College, USA. She continued in executive education at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) and at St. Gallens Management Center, both located in Switzerland.

Prof. Emil Chan

FinTech Committee Chairman of Smart City Consortium

Prof. Chan is a FinTech evangelist with over 20 years experience in managing IT and business transformation projects in international financial institutions. He had worked for several sizeable international banks including Credit Suisse and BayernLB as the roles of First Vice President, Head of IT in Asia Pacific, Project Director and Operations Manager AP. He has extensive experience in both Business and IT consulting encompassing the design, setup, leading and managing of cross-border projects throughout Asia. He is the adjunct professor, visiting lecturer as well as advisor of various departments of local universities including HKU, PolyU, CityU, Hang Seng U, Lingnan U and VTC.

In the past 10 years, he participated actively in voluntary community services in related to popular adoption of technology. He is the Founding Chairman of the Association of Cloud and Mobile Computing Professionals, The FinTech Committee Chairman of the Smart City Consortium, Hon. Secretary and Board Member of Invotech, Vice Chairman of Hong Kong New Emerging Technology Education Association, Supervisory Committee Member of iProA and the Honorary Chairman of StartHK. He is a mentor of the HK Cyberport Mentors Network, Guangzhou CP-Nest Incubator of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chief Judge of the HK ICT Startup Award 2019. In order to unleash Hong Kong’s potential and play a new role in the Greater Bay Area, Emil also hosts seminars, delivers public speeches and publishes articles of FinTech related topics on local newspapers and interviewed by various media from time to time.

Prof. Emil Chan

FinTech Committee Chairman of Smart City Consortium

Prof. Chan is a FinTech evangelist with over 20 years experience in managing IT and business transformation projects in international financial institutions. He had worked for several sizeable international banks including Credit Suisse and BayernLB as the roles of First Vice President, Head of IT in Asia Pacific, Project Director and Operations Manager AP. He has extensive experience in both Business and IT consulting encompassing the design, setup, leading and managing of cross-border projects throughout Asia. He is the adjunct professor, visiting lecturer as well as advisor of various departments of local universities including HKU, PolyU, CityU, Hang Seng U, Lingnan U and VTC.

In the past 10 years, he participated actively in voluntary community services in related to popular adoption of technology. He is the Founding Chairman of the Association of Cloud and Mobile Computing Professionals, The FinTech Committee Chairman of the Smart City Consortium, Hon. Secretary and Board Member of Invotech, Vice Chairman of Hong Kong New Emerging Technology Education Association, Supervisory Committee Member of iProA and the Honorary Chairman of StartHK. He is a mentor of the HK Cyberport Mentors Network, Guangzhou CP-Nest Incubator of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chief Judge of the HK ICT Startup Award 2019. In order to unleash Hong Kong’s potential and play a new role in the Greater Bay Area, Emil also hosts seminars, delivers public speeches and publishes articles of FinTech related topics on local newspapers and interviewed by various media from time to time.

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