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Join us for a conversation-style breakfast event with Zach Nelson, CEO of NetSuite, the #1 cloud ERP facilitated by Tara Joseph, Chief Correspondent, Asia of Reuters TV.

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The Automotive industry globally is ever-evolving. In South East Asia the Industry has experienced a number of significant challenges, particularly in Thailand and Indonesia. Decreasing sales in key markets; an increasingly competitive landscape; challenges with contract manufacturing; and the slow progress towards creating a truly harmonized regulatory environment all create major challenges for automotive OEMs and Tier 1 component manufacturers. But the ASEAN region still presents the automotive industry with huge potential for growth. In this Ipsos automotive event, we will look at the route to market entry in Indonesia as well as the aftersales parts market in Thailand.

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AmCham and The Women's Foundation held an inspirational breakfast to celebrate International Women's Day. A panel of AmCham Women of Influence Award Winners will speak on "Celebrating the Path to Success: Why Mistakes Are Mandatory". Our panelists will share their mistakes and missteps: how they happened, what they learned and why they and their careers are better off for having made them. This event will be a thought-provoking and inspiring start to International Women's Day on March 8 and a reminder to us all that through mis-hap comes learning and growth, which are necessary if we want to change the world to make it a better and more equal place.

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Join us for a panel discussion with our panelists on third party risk - staying out of the headlines, and talks to a range of supply chain/procurement risk topics and solutions for MNCs and large domestic non-financial and financial organizations in Hong Kong. How can companies identify and manage third party risk? What can companies do to ensure their supply chain is free from slavery and damage to reputational risk? Identifying and preventing slavery and human trafficking have now become key requirements of managing Third Party Risk. If you add the avalanche of regulation that companies have to abide by, the changing sentiments of the consumer, as well as the increased government awareness, knowing how to effectively and efficiently identify, manage and mitigate third party risk is one of the biggest challenges that many companies face. In this session, we will hear from our panelists about their approach to identifying and managing third party risk. We will discuss best practices on how to prevent slavery and human trafficking within their business, as well as explore the types of intelligence, tools, and solutions companies can use to ensure they are staying out of the headlines.

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In the second of the two part series on Wealth and Succession planning, Alfred Ip and Scherzade Burden will discuss some of the issues and pitfalls surrounding business estate planning in Hong Kong. This is one for the entrepreneurs, small business owners and SMEs who may need to be aware of some of the issues that arise for your business upon your passing away. Who will have access to the business accounts at the bank? Who will run the Company in your absence? How will your employees be taken care of? With reference to recent cases, we will cover all the basics you need to know to protect your business interests upon your demise.

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Learn from an Official LinkedIn Power Profile on how to use LinkedIn for any business purpose... • How to enhance your personal brand on LinkedIn • How to get headhunted • How to blog and become a thought leader on LinkedIn • How to enhance your employer branding and employee engagement on LinkedIn • How to create a content marketing plan on LinkedIn • How to engage through a LinkedIn company page • How to message to find investors/clients/partners/employees on LinkedIn • How to achieve anything you wish on LinkedIn in a business context

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Despite overwhelming evidence that diversity is a key driver of competitive advantage, gender diversity in the workplace remains a challenge. The World’s GDP has the potential to increase by 30% with more women in the workforce. Women, who continue to be underrepresented at most levels in the workforce, are not progressing in their careers despite the past two decades of organizational efforts to achieve gender diversity and equality, according to the ground breaking global research from Mercer, When Women Thrive, Businesses Thrive. The research, in collaboration with EDGE Certified Foundation, which analyzed workforce data for more than 1.7 million employees in 28 countries, including more than 680,000 women, identifies what organizations can do to fully engage women in the workplace, ensure that diversity thrives, and achieve business success. Julio A. Portalatin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mercer, will share some of the research findings and valuable insights into the organizational practices that actually lead to greater gender diversity and those that may be holding women back.

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Did you know? The internet of things, rapid shift to cloud and social media, will shape our future behaviors to work in a boundary-less global setting. The world is changing and changing fast, the competitive landscape is becoming increasingly intense. The rapid digitization of business and the unnerving statistic that four out of ten Fortune 500 companies will fail as they miss this transition means the pressure placed on the workforce are changing exponentially. Traditional physical barriers of work are breaking down, and we are adapting to new ways of working and engaging with a multi-generational and virtual workforce, requiring a high “DQ”. To compete and excel, this prompts us to rethink and restructure how work is done; reshape work environment that engages, enables and energizes; think more broadly and creatively where and how talent is sourced; Invest more heavily in retraining and reskilling; and embrace the virtual workplace and maximize mobility and flexibility. The future of work begins now. Embrace the paradigm shift with open-mindedness and receptivity to position HR as a trusted advisor to help the business to navigate through this change. Matthew Smith, Global Head Market Development for Internet of Things at Cisco, and Jonathan Lo, Director and Regional Practice Leader – HR Service Delivery, Towers Watson, will share with you insights...

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At this year’s Boao Forum for Asia, President Xi Jinping articulated China’s One Belt One Road (OROB) initiative. It is followed by a detailed vision and action plan on OROB by China’s NDRC, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Ministry of Commerce and a series of concrete actions by the Chinese government in creating Asia Infrastructure Development Bank, Silk Road Fund, and other mobilizations at local, national and international levels for implementing the OROB initiative. These dramatic policy shifts happened when the China’s growth has slowed down significantly, its domestic reforms has entered the deep-water territories, and its efforts in playing a larger role at the international stage have intensified. China and the Chinese economy seems at a cross road with ever increasing volatility and uncertainty. In this talk, Professor XIAO Geng will help us to put these complex economic and policy dynamics in the context of China’s evolving growth strategy and explain and debate on the prospects of China’s sustainable growth and its implications for regional and global peace and prosperity.

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In the first of a two part series on Wealth and Succession planning, Alfred Ip and Scherzade Burden will discuss some of the common misconceptions surrounding estate planning in Hong Kong and 10 things you should know about making a Will so that you can be better informed about the potential risks and pitfalls. In particular, they will refer to recent cases they have dealt with that demonstrate the administrative difficulties caused by intestacy (passing away without making a valid Will). This first Wealth and Succession Planning seminar will focus on the needs of the private individual, and the second in the series will focus on managing your business affairs.