Ministerial officials, business leaders, and professionals from Hong Kong and Vietnam gathered at the “Vietnam – Hong Kong: New Vision . New Opportunities – Smart Cities’ Leaders” forum to discuss and collaborate on tourism, culture, and new business opportunities.
At the recent “Vietnam – Hong Kong: New Vision . New Opportunities – Smart Cities’ Leaders” forum hosted by CT Group, supported by the Consulate General of Vietnam in Hong Kong, and organised by New Media Foundation and Aliquantum Group, ministerial officials, business leaders and professionals from diverse industries gathered to explore business opportunities.
One of the largest developers in Vietnam, CT Group has transformed the technological landscape in the country, developing into a comprehensive urban developer throughout its 30 year history.
At the forum, Mr. Tran Kim Chung, the Chairman of CT Group shared insights on Vietnam’s potential and his aim to promote in-depth trade exchanges among Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries.
“CT Group will continue to build on its strengths and play a vital role in business cooperation, supporting the incredible development in both Hong Kong and Vietnam, plus aiding their connection with the international market,” shared Mr Tran Kim Chung, the Chairman of CT Group.
A panel discussion was also held led by Professor Witman Hung Wai Man, JP, an Independent Non-Executive Director at Sino Group, as moderator, expanding on new opportunities between the two regions.
Guest speakers Paul Pong Po Lam, the Managing Director of Pegasus Fund Managers Limited and Professor Howard Lam Pong Yuen, the Director of Executive MBA Programme and Associate Professor of Practice in Marketing at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) touched on how Hong Kong’s internationally-recognised, forward-looking financial regulatory environment alongside Vietnam’s great development prospects, can collaborate to strive to push for new breakthroughs and stronger ties.
On the behalf of New Media Foundation, Dr. Vincent Ho Wai Fung concluded, “I believe the forum has given us a guiding vision on achieving interconnection between Vietnam and Hong Kong and seeing that interconnection become yet more diverse and in-depth in the future.”