MBA Forum: Dialogue with Business Leaders (Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship) - CUHK MBA

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MBA Forum: Dialogue with Business Leaders (Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship)

Have you ever wondered how to capture entrepreneurial opportunities in Hong Kong? Come and join the dialogue with Mr. Albert Wong, CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks (HKSTP) Corporation at CUHK MBA Forum.

In this open dialogue, the public can join Mr. Albert Wong (MBA 1994) and Ms. Grace Liang, Executive Director of CUHK MBA Programmes, to understand and discuss the roles of Hong Kong & the Greater Bay Area, the entrepreneurship and technology ecosystem in Hong Kong, support and potential investment opportunities available. Committed to the success of Hong Kong and the region, Mr. Albert Wong and his team at HKSTP are determined to provide world-class services to support technology companies and talents to realise commercial potential, facilitate stakeholders’ connection and knowledge transfer, nurture talent development, and accelerate technological innovation and commercialisation.

  • Speaker

    Mr. Albert Wong
    CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP)

    Albert Wong was appointed CEO of HKSTP in August 2016. The purpose of Science Park is to accelerate the development of Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship of Hong Kong.

    Committed to the success of Hong Kong’s future, Albert and his team are responsible for providing world-class services at the Park, to achieve their objective of helping technology companies and talents to realise their commercial potential. These services include technology incubation programmes, tools and research labs for application and product development, early-stage investments, mentoring and business consulting, and connecting Park companies with local industry and trade associations.

    Albert holds an Engineering Degree from the University of Hong Kong and an MBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The 30-plus years of commercial, industrial and leadership roles with various multinationals have provided Albert with the critical appreciation and understanding of building companies, investment networks and solving market needs. The 15 years spent with GE in the US headquarters, Asia-Pacific and China – where he was responsible for M&A, Business Development, Product Management, and Business Operations – were especially significant for him, providing Albert with the knowledge and connections to lead HKSTP today.

  • Moderator

    Ms. Grace Liang
    Executive Director, CUHK MBA Programmes

    Grace Liang has worked for multiple top Asian and global business school for over two decades, with extensive experience in selecting talent and equipping them with a world-class MBA and executive education to become global business leaders for Asia. She is passionate about supporting aspiring young leaders, helping them identify best-fit education programmes to cultivate their growth, and ultimately achieve personal and professional transformation.

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CUHK Business School was the first in Hong Kong and in the region to offer BBA, MBA and EMBA programmes, with over 40,000 alumni worldwide. We are a global institution that embraces innovation, nurtures entrepreneurial mindset and promotes social responsibility. Leveraging on our deep connections to mainland China, especially the Greater Bay Area, we actively contribute to the social and economic development of this region.

CUHK MBA Programme is the longest established MBA programme in Asia, with over 7,000 alumni. Finance and technology, entrepreneurship & innovation, comprehensive career support, and a profound global alumni network are CUHK MBA Programmes’ pillars and we are constantly seeking out and encouraging new ways of learning, thinking and engaging with the community, as a humanistic spirit has been one of CUHK’s core values.