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15 March 2019: BCI Equinox Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Date: 15 March 2019
Time: 6.00pm – 10.00pm
Venue: Gem Centre, Ho Chi Minh City

BCI Equinox is a series of evening boutique exhibitions held across Asia designed to connect architects, interior designers and design specifiers with product suppliers.

Unlike the larger tradeshows and exhibitions, the more intimate and relaxed environment of BCI Equinox means specifiers can easily engage with suppliers and manufacturers over drinks and canapés whilst discovering the latest in new building product innovations.

  • Free for architects, interior designers and design specifiers to attend
  • Held in major cities across Asia: Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia
  • Each event runs for 2 to 3 hours
  • Features a variety of exhibitors
  • Drinks and canapés are provided throughout the event
  • Entertainment – for added fun, at each event we like to include something different in the form of entertainment to keep our guests guessing. This could be a dazzling light show or an unsuspecting flash mob – you won’t know until you go.

To see what BCI Equinox is like, click here to see our time lapse video from an Equinox event in Asia.

For more details, get in touch us with us.

22 March 2019: BCI Equinox Hong Kong

Date: 22 March 2019
Time: 6.00pm – 10.00pm
Venue: Haw Par Mansion, Hong Kong

BCI Equinox is a series of evening boutique exhibitions held across Asia designed to connect architects, interior designers and design specifiers with product suppliers.

Unlike the larger tradeshows and exhibitions, the more intimate and relaxed environment of BCI Equinox means specifiers can easily engage with suppliers and manufacturers over drinks and canapés whilst discovering the latest in new building product innovations.

  • Free for architects, interior designers and design specifiers to attend
  • Held in major cities across Asia: Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia
  • Each event runs for 2 to 3 hours
  • Features a variety of exhibitors
  • Drinks and canapés are provided throughout the event
  • Entertainment – for added fun, at each event we like to include something different in the form of entertainment to keep our guests guessing. This could be a dazzling light show or an unsuspecting flash mob – you won’t know until you go.

To see what BCI Equinox is like, click here to see our time lapse video from an Equinox event in Asia.

For more details, get in touch us with us.

29 March 2019: BCI Equinox Singapore

Date: 29 March 2019
Time: 6.00pm – 10.00pm
Venue: Flower Field Hall@Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

BCI Equinox is a series of evening boutique exhibitions held across Asia designed to connect architects, interior designers and design specifiers with product suppliers.

Unlike the larger tradeshows and exhibitions, the more intimate and relaxed environment of BCI Equinox means specifiers can easily engage with suppliers and manufacturers over drinks and canapés whilst discovering the latest in new building product innovations.

  • Free for architects, interior designers and design specifiers to attend
  • Held in major cities across Asia: Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia
  • Each event runs for 2 to 3 hours
  • Features a variety of exhibitors
  • Drinks and canapés are provided throughout the event
  • Entertainment – for added fun, at each event we like to include something different in the form of entertainment to keep our guests guessing. This could be a dazzling light show or an unsuspecting flash mob – you won’t know until you go.

To see what BCI Equinox is like, click here to see our time lapse video from an Equinox event in Asia.

Registration is free and easy – simply click here to register your attendance today.

For more details, get in touch with us.
Ms. Pooi Yin
Tel: +65 6536 7197
Email: py.lim@bciasia.com

 

5 April 2019: BCI Equinox Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Date: 5 April 2019
Time: 6.00pm – 10.00pm
Venue: Sheraton Imperial, Kuala Lumpur

BCI Equinox is a series of evening boutique exhibitions held across Asia designed to connect architects, interior designers and design specifiers with product suppliers.

Unlike the larger tradeshows and exhibitions, the more intimate and relaxed environment of BCI Equinox means specifiers can easily engage with suppliers and manufacturers over drinks and canapés whilst discovering the latest in new building product innovations.

  • Free for architects, interior designers and design specifiers to attend
  • Held in major cities across Asia: Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia
  • Each event runs for 2 to 3 hours
  • Features a variety of exhibitors
  • Drinks and canapés are provided throughout the event
  • Entertainment – for added fun, at each event we like to include something different in the form of entertainment to keep our guests guessing. This could be a dazzling light show or an unsuspecting flash mob – you won’t know until you go.

To see what BCI Equinox is like, click here to see our time lapse video from an Equinox event in Asia.

Registration is free and easy – simply click here to register your attendance today.

For more details, get in touch with us.
Mr. Christopher
Tel: +603 7661 1380
Email: cv.roch@bciasia.com

 

23 November 2018: RICS-SCC PropTech Conference 2018

Event: RICS-SCC PropTech Conference 2018

Date: Friday 23 November 2018
Fee: HK$1,600
Registration: Mr Peter Au (pau@rics.org)
Sponsor/Exhibitor: Mr Peter Au (pau@rics.org)

Digitalisation and new technologies have been the talk of the town for a while. Innovators all over the world are racing to stay ahead. While Hong Kong has sometimes been slower to adapt, the city is now taking major steps to support innovation – including in the property sector. This will have profound impacts on the built environment, industry practices and the business landscape.

How do our professionals prepare for these changes?
How do we balance open innovation with regulation?
How do blockchain, artificial intelligence, and data management best practices work in a property context?

In this PropTech (property technology) conference jointly organized by RICS and the Smart City Consortium (SCC), an elite line-up of local and international industry leaders come together and discuss the way forward. 

Guest of Honour
Dr David CHUNG, JP, Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology, HKSAR Government

Registration & Details: www.rics.org/proptechhk

23 November 2018: RICS-SCC PropTech Conference 2018

Event: RICS-SCC PropTech Conference 2018

Date: Friday 23 November 2018
Fee: HK$1,600
Registration: Mr Peter Au (pau@rics.org)
Sponsor/Exhibitor: Mr Peter Au (pau@rics.org)

Digitalisation and new technologies have been the talk of the town for a while. Innovators all over the world are racing to stay ahead. While Hong Kong has sometimes been slower to adapt, the city is now taking major steps to support innovation – including in the property sector. This will have profound impacts on the built environment, industry practices and the business landscape.

How do our professionals prepare for these changes?
How do we balance open innovation with regulation? How do blockchain, artificial intelligence, and data management best practices work in a property context?

In this PropTech (property technology) conference jointly organized by RICS and the Smart City Consortium (SCC), an elite line-up of local and international industry leaders come together and discuss the way forward. 

Guest of Honour
Dr David CHUNG, JP, Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology, HKSAR Government

Speakers
Mr Chan Chung-ching, JP, Director of Lands, Hong Kong SAR Government
Mr Chris Brooke FRICS, President Elect, RICS
Mr Emil Chan, Fintech Committee Chairman, Smart City Consortium
Mr Jason Chiu, Founder and CEO, Cherrypicks
Mr Leo Chiu, Vice Chairman, Investment Committee, Smart City Consortium
Dr David Chung, JP , Under Secretary for Innovation and Technology
Mr James Kavanagh MRICS, Global Land Standards Director, RICS
Mr Gerry Kipling FRICS, Managing Director, Oaktree Property Services
Mr Andrew Knight, International Data Standards Director, RICS
Mr Jordan Kostelac, Director of Proptech in Asia Pacific, JLL
Dr Peter Kwan, Chief Operating Officer, Big Data Architect Limited
Mr Chester Leung MRICS, Co-Founder at OneHouse
Mr Will Myles, Regional Managing Director, Asia Pacific, RICS
Mr Ed Parsons, Geospatial Technologist, Google
Mr Bhagya Perera, Director, Cybersecurity, Management Consulting, KPMG
Mr Fred Sheu, National Technology Officer, Microsoft HK
Dr Kenneth Tang, Founding Board Member and Chairman of the Spatial Data Infrastructure Committee (SDI), Smart City Consortium
Dr Llewellyn Tang, Associate Professor of the Department of Real Estate & Construction, The University of Hong Kong
Dr Winnie Tang, JP, Founder & Honorary President, Smart City Consortium
Mr George Tee, Chief Technology Officer, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
Dr Sean Tompkins, Chief Executive Officer, RICS
Mr Gary Walter MRICS, Co-Founder & CEO, Realinflo
Dr Albert Wong, Urbanisation Director, PwC Hong Kong
Mr Damien Wu, Chief Information Officer, Link REIT
Mr Vandia Yang, Senior Director of Enterprise Sales, Appier INC
Ir Andrew Young, Associate Director (lnnovation), Sino Land Company Limited

Registration & Details: www.rics.org/proptechhk

 

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23 November 2018: BEC EnviroSeries Conference Nov 2018

Event: BEC EnviroSeries Conference: The Making of a Low Carbon Hong Kong: Business Leadership and Best Practices
Date: 23 November 2018
Fee: $1800
Registration: Ms. Shania Cheng (shaniacheng@bec.org.hk)
Sponsor/Exhibitor: Ms. Jill Chow (jill@bec.org.hk)

The Hong Kong SAR Government is in the process of developing Hong Kong’s long-term decarbonisation strategy up to 2050 through stakeholders’ engagement and public consultation. Being a key player in climate mitigation, the business sector is determined to contribute to a low carbon Hong Kong.

This conference will explore the recent developments, progress, and the next steps in Hong Kong’s transformation towards a low carbon city – feeding into Hong Kong’s long-term decarbonisation strategy. Business champions will share and demonstrate their commitment to decarbonisation through business strategies, innovation and technologies, investment, integrated solutions, partnership and sectoral target-setting. It is hoped that their leadership and action will inspire their peers and the wider community to step up to the challenge of reducing carbon.

Guest of Honour and Keynote Speaker
Mr Wong Kam-sing, GBS, JP, Secretary for the Environment, HKSAR Government

Speakers (arranged in order of appearance)*

  • Mr Shailesh Sreedharan, Director of Global Operations, World Resources Institute
  • Dr Zhang Jian-yu, Vice President, Environmental Defense Fund
  • Dr Thomas Tang, Sustainability Consultant
  • Mr Sebastian-Hartmut Schenk, Digital Champion Asia Pacific, Head of BASF Management Consulting Asia Pacific
  • Mr Jonathan Drew, Managing Director in Infrastructure, Real Estate Group, The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Ltd
  • Mr Keith Cheng, Head of Hong Kong Digitalization Hub, Siemens Ltd
  • Mr T. K. Chiang, Managing Director, CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd
  • Dr Nadira Lamrad, Assistant Director – Sustainability & ESG Advisory, BEC
  • Ms Suzin Ahn, Associate Director for Asia Pacific, CDP
  • Mr Yuming Hui, China Director, The Climate Group
  • Dr Calvin Kwan, General Manager, Sustainability, Link Asset Management Ltd
  • Dr Jeanne Ng, Director of Group Sustainability, CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd
  • Mr Mike Kilburn, Assistant General Manager, Sustainability, Airport Authority Hong Kong
  • Mr Nicholas Lewis, Director, Business Development, K. Wah Construction Materials (Hong Kong) Ltd
  • Ms Amie Shuttleworth, Global Director of Sustainability, Cundall
  • Dr Raymond Yau, General Manager, Sustainable Development, Swire Properties Ltd
  • Mr Andy Yeung, Head of Technical Services and Sustainability, Hongkong Land Ltd

Registration & Details: https://bec.org.hk/events-current/bec-enviroseries-conference-2018-november

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Chinese President Xi Jinping declared open a new bridge connecting Hong Kong, Macau and the Chinese city of Zhuhai, at 10am, 23 October 2018.

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