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時尚高峰(香港) 2022

設計師分享會 @ CENTRESTAGE 2022

日期 2022年9月XX日 (星期五)
時間 下午2時30分至3時30分
地點香港會議展覽中心(HKCEC) HALL 1
香港灣仔博覽道1號
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14:30 – 14:45 Welcome Remarks
14:30 – 14:45 Topic XXXXXXXXXXX
. Ms. XXXXX, XXXXX
14:45 – 15:00 Panel Discussion: XXXXXXXX
Ms. XXXXX, XXXXX
Mr. XXXXX, XXXX
Mr. XX, XXXXXXXX
15:00 – 15:15 Panel Discussion: XXXXXXXX
Ms. XXXXX, XXXXX
Mr. XXXXX, XXXX
Mr. XX, XXXXXXXX
15:15 – 15:30 Q&A Session

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演講嘉賓

陳浩揚先生

陳浩揚先生

南豐作坊

Alexander Chan is currently the Co-Director of The Mills Fabrica- a leading Hong Kong based incubator, fund and space/lab/store dedicated towards promoting innovations and sustainable businesses at the intersection of technology and style (“techstyle”). Alexander currently leads investments (Fabrica Fund) and also helps with incubation support and government/ policy related affairs at Fabrica.

Alexander is also an occasional contributor to SCMP, HKFP and Stand News in Hong Kong where he writes on issues related to innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainability.

陳浩揚先生

南豐作坊

Alexander Chan is currently the Co-Director of The Mills Fabrica- a leading Hong Kong based incubator, fund and space/lab/store dedicated towards promoting innovations and sustainable businesses at the intersection of technology and style (“techstyle”). Alexander currently leads investments (Fabrica Fund) and also helps with incubation support and government/ policy related affairs at Fabrica.

Alexander is also an occasional contributor to SCMP, HKFP and Stand News in Hong Kong where he writes on issues related to innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainability.

Alison Gwilt 博士

Alison Gwilt 博士

新南威爾士大學

Dr Alison Gwilt is an author, researcher and Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her research examines innovative design methods and approaches that enable the fashion and textiles community, from educators, to producers, and consumers, to adopt more circular and sustainable practices. Her books include, ‘A Practical Guide to Sustainable Fashion’ (Bloomsbury 2nd ed. 2020); ‘Global Perspectives on Sustainable Fashion’ (Bloomsbury 2019); ‘Fashion Design for Living’ (Routledge 2015) and ‘Shaping Sustainable Fashion’ (Routledge 2011).

Alison Gwilt 博士

新南威爾士大學

Dr Alison Gwilt is an author, researcher and Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her research examines innovative design methods and approaches that enable the fashion and textiles community, from educators, to producers, and consumers, to adopt more circular and sustainable practices. Her books include, ‘A Practical Guide to Sustainable Fashion’ (Bloomsbury 2nd ed. 2020); ‘Global Perspectives on Sustainable Fashion’ (Bloomsbury 2019); ‘Fashion Design for Living’ (Routledge 2015) and ‘Shaping Sustainable Fashion’ (Routledge 2011).

邱騰華先生, GBS, JP

邱騰華先生, GBS, JP

商務及經濟發展局局長

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.

邱騰華先生, GBS, JP

商務及經濟發展局局長

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.

鍾國斌議員

鍾國斌議員

時尚高峰(香港) 2021 主席

Member of HKSAR Legislative Council (Textiles and Garment)

Felix K P Chung is at present the Member of the sixth Legislative Council of HKSAR, 2016-2021 (Textiles and Garment Sector) and Life Hon. Chairman of Hong Kong Apparel Society. He is also the Party leader of Liberal Party.

He graduated from BSC in Quantity Surveying in 1986 in the Robert Gorden University Aberdeen, UK and followed with his MBA degree in Stirling University, Stirling, UK in 1987. He joined his family business in a knitwear factory in late 1988.

Felix Chung also has a good linkage with the Textiles & Garment trade and education organizations. In year 2001, with the support from many garment manufacturers, a non-profit making association was formed in the name of the Hong Kong Apparel Society Ltd (HKAS), Felix Chung was the founder of HKAS and nominated to be Chairman until 2012. The aim of HKAS is to link up the Hong Kong SMEs in Textile and Garment industry, to power up the strength, trust and relationship of the industry in order to gain the awareness and reflect the needs to the HKSAR.

In 2013, he initiated the Fashion Industry Development Council (FIDC) aims to gather elites of different specialties to share, plan and promote the development of the fashion industry in Hong Kong.

鍾國斌議員

時尚高峰(香港) 2021 主席

Member of HKSAR Legislative Council (Textiles and Garment)

Felix K P Chung is at present the Member of the sixth Legislative Council of HKSAR, 2016-2021 (Textiles and Garment Sector) and Life Hon. Chairman of Hong Kong Apparel Society. He is also the Party leader of Liberal Party.

He graduated from BSC in Quantity Surveying in 1986 in the Robert Gorden University Aberdeen, UK and followed with his MBA degree in Stirling University, Stirling, UK in 1987. He joined his family business in a knitwear factory in late 1988.

Felix Chung also has a good linkage with the Textiles & Garment trade and education organizations. In year 2001, with the support from many garment manufacturers, a non-profit making association was formed in the name of the Hong Kong Apparel Society Ltd (HKAS), Felix Chung was the founder of HKAS and nominated to be Chairman until 2012. The aim of HKAS is to link up the Hong Kong SMEs in Textile and Garment industry, to power up the strength, trust and relationship of the industry in order to gain the awareness and reflect the needs to the HKSAR.

In 2013, he initiated the Fashion Industry Development Council (FIDC) aims to gather elites of different specialties to share, plan and promote the development of the fashion industry in Hong Kong.

主要贊助機構

陳浩揚先生

南豐作坊

Alexander Chan is currently the Co-Director of The Mills Fabrica- a leading Hong Kong based incubator, fund and space/lab/store dedicated towards promoting innovations and sustainable businesses at the intersection of technology and style (“techstyle”). Alexander currently leads investments (Fabrica Fund) and also helps with incubation support and government/ policy related affairs at Fabrica.

Alexander is also an occasional contributor to SCMP, HKFP and Stand News in Hong Kong where he writes on issues related to innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainability.

陳浩揚先生

南豐作坊

Alexander Chan is currently the Co-Director of The Mills Fabrica- a leading Hong Kong based incubator, fund and space/lab/store dedicated towards promoting innovations and sustainable businesses at the intersection of technology and style (“techstyle”). Alexander currently leads investments (Fabrica Fund) and also helps with incubation support and government/ policy related affairs at Fabrica.

Alexander is also an occasional contributor to SCMP, HKFP and Stand News in Hong Kong where he writes on issues related to innovation, entrepreneurship and sustainability.

Alison Gwilt 博士

新南威爾士大學

Dr Alison Gwilt is an author, researcher and Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her research examines innovative design methods and approaches that enable the fashion and textiles community, from educators, to producers, and consumers, to adopt more circular and sustainable practices. Her books include, ‘A Practical Guide to Sustainable Fashion’ (Bloomsbury 2nd ed. 2020); ‘Global Perspectives on Sustainable Fashion’ (Bloomsbury 2019); ‘Fashion Design for Living’ (Routledge 2015) and ‘Shaping Sustainable Fashion’ (Routledge 2011).

Alison Gwilt 博士

新南威爾士大學

Dr Alison Gwilt is an author, researcher and Associate Professor at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her research examines innovative design methods and approaches that enable the fashion and textiles community, from educators, to producers, and consumers, to adopt more circular and sustainable practices. Her books include, ‘A Practical Guide to Sustainable Fashion’ (Bloomsbury 2nd ed. 2020); ‘Global Perspectives on Sustainable Fashion’ (Bloomsbury 2019); ‘Fashion Design for Living’ (Routledge 2015) and ‘Shaping Sustainable Fashion’ (Routledge 2011).

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時尚高峰(香港) 2022

設計師分享會 @ CENTRESTAGE 2022

9.9.2022 – 11.9.2022

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