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Fruit Design & Build Limited
Roedl & Partner Ltd
Refinitiv Hong Kong Limited
Tricor Services Limited
Richful Deyong International Business (China) Limited, A Tricor Company
Pacific Light Data Communication Co., Ltd
Mazars CPA Limited
JPWALL
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Northeast Asia / Mainland China
Technology
Mainland China / Southeast Asia
Transport and Logistics
Southeast Asia / Mainland China
Transport and Logistics

The Belt and Road Initiative will bring many opportunities for film and video dubbing, subtitling and related services, says YC Sun of BTI Asia. The global company set up its studio hub in Hong Kong to provide large, international clients with a host of Asian language skills for film and video, with a focus on new markets. The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area will also offer the chance to break through language barriers.



Speakers:
Y.C. Sun, Managing Director, APAC, BTI Asia
Ho Kwan Wai, Studio Technical Manager, B TI Asia
Louie Fong, Dubbing Director, BTI Asia

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Hong Kong Trade Development Council
http://www.hktdc.com

HKTDC Belt and Road Portal
http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/

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From 1950’s Hollywood to high-kicking martial arts movies, Salon Films (HK) has been an Asian pathfinder for film, TV, video and related productions. Chairman Fred Wang says Hong Kong’s great traditions in the media sector can make it an industry standard for productions related to the Belt and Road Initiative and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.



Speaker:
Fred C.Y. Wang, Chairman, Salon Films (HK) Ltd

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Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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HKTDC Belt and Road Portal
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Medical and security risks have brought global players Control Risks and International SOS together as partners in professional services for over 10 years, including on the Belt and Road Initiative. Hong Kong provides a centre for Control Risks’ large business growth, says the firm’s Neal Beatty, while International SOS’s Lim Hui Ject views Hong Kong as “a mega operational hub”. 

Speakers:
Neal Beatty, Partner and General Manager, Control Risks
Lim Hui Ject, General Manager, Sales and Marketing, Asia, International SOS


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Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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HKTDC Belt and Road Portal
http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/

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Global special risks consultancy, Control Risks, is working in Hong Kong with international and Chinese mainland firms to ensure they are “secure, compliant and resilient,” says the company’s Neal Beatty. Client firm Environmental Resources Management (ERM) meanwhile works closely with Control Risks as it aims to solve sustainability challenges on the Belt and Road. Hong Kong is an important centre for such professional services, says ERM’s Piers Touzel.

Speakers:
Neal Beatty, Partner and General Manager, Control Risks
Piers Touzel, Country Manager, China, ERM


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Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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HKTDC Belt and Road Portal
http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/

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Hong Kong-based Outblaze aims to pioneer a path on the Belt and Road Initiative with its digital entertainment and educational media, covering areas such as movies and games. Founder Yat Siu says Hong Kong is strategically situated for diverse cultural exchange while Outblaze’s location in a smart space centre at Hong Kong’s Cyberport is valuable for its dynamic, innovative community.

Speaker:
Yat Siu, Founder, CEO, Outblaze

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Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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HKTDC Belt and Road Portal
http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/

 

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Online actuarial expertise offered by Hong Kong’s JPWALL for insurance companies tackles risk factors across the Asia Pacific and Belt and Road Initiative – given that “InsureTech” is a hot word in the industry – says Group Managing Director, Jeremy Wall. He says actuarial requirements for Belt and Road risk analysis are growing, while Senior Partner Duncan Spooner says potential business is “immense”.

Speakers:
Jeremy Wall, Group Managing Director, JPWALL
Duncan Spooner, Senior Partner, JPWALL


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Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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HKTDC Belt and Road Portal
http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/

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Hong Kong digital transcription service Scribe Intelligence sees huge opportunities in artificial intelligence under the Belt and Road Initiative. Founder Christopher Choi aspires to dominate the transcription business in Asia – thanks to help from Hong Kong startup incubator, Zeroth.AI. It’s a programme that provides initial investment, help in finding additional financing as well as extensive advice and support, says Zeroth.AI’s Tak Lo. 

 

Speakers:

Tak Lo, Managing Partner, Zeroth.AI
Christopher Choi, Founder, Scribe Intelligence
Sherman Lee, Partner, Zeroth.AI

 

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Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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HKTDC Belt and Road Portal
http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/

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A Hong Kong company billed as Asia’s first Artificial Intelligence (AI) incubator is making waves in the global start-up scene. Zeroth.AI runs an early stage funding programme for various start-up sectors including physical fitness. Managing Partner Tak Lo says he would like to see Hong Kong generated AI solutions tackle health issues in Belt and Road Initiative countries, where healthcare infrastructure may be lacking.

Speakers:
Tak Lo, Managing Partner, Zeroth.AI
Keith Ramjan, CEO, fitoneum.com

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Hong Kong Trade Development Council
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HKTDC Belt and Road Portal
http://beltandroad.hktdc.com/en/

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