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Event Details
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This year, the Hong Kong SAR government is expected to release an updated version of its Smart City Blueprint originally published in 2017, which will guide efforts to build a smarter, more liveable, more sustainable city over the coming decade.


Further enhancement of Hong Kong's technology infrastructure is a critical factor to the city's development as a smart city by 2030, according to the recently released KPMG survey report 'Future Hong Kong 2030'. Published in cooperation with CLP, Cyberport, HKBN JOS, Smart City Consortium, Siemens, Weave Co-Living and Wilson Group, the report analyses the factors shaping Hong Kong's smart city transformation over the next ten years.


In this interactive seminar, Julian Vella, Co-Head of Infrastructure for KPMG China, will share the report highlights and discuss the key factors shaping Hong Kong's smart city transformation over the next ten years. A panel of experts will further explore the below topics:


  • Developing the right smart city governance model: 'regulation-free' zones and sandboxes
  • Communications strategies for smart city solutions: creating 'public-private-people partnerships'
  • Crucial factors for creating and refining a smart city blueprint
  • Technology infrastructure: greater connectivity, open data ecosystems
  • Best practices in other leading smart cities


Remarks:

  • Access link for the webinar will be sent to participants 1 day before the event.


Registration Deadline: Thursday, 18 June 2020

Speakers
Speakers
  • Dr. Saraansh Dave (Head of New Business Developmen at CLP Holdings Limited)

    Dr. Saraansh Dave

    Head of New Business Developmen at CLP Holdings Limited

  • Julian Vella (Co-Head, China - Global Infrastructure Advisory at KPMG)

    Julian Vella

    Co-Head, China - Global Infrastructure Advisory at KPMG

  • Jimalyn Yao (Strategy and Business Development Manager at Siemens Ltd.)

    Jimalyn Yao

    Strategy and Business Development Manager at Siemens Ltd.

  • Daniel Chun (Chairman of Research & Blueprint Committee at Smart City Consortium)

    Daniel Chun

    Chairman of Research & Blueprint Committee at Smart City Consortium

Tickets
Tickets

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Members of GCC South & Southwest China

Free

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HKD 100

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