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The Future of China’s Healthcare Market

October 3, 2018

China’s Healthcare market is changing rapidly. As the country’s middle class becomes urban and wealthy, its members are seeking healthcare protection for their families. To cope with the rising demands, private companies have been continuously encouraged by government authorities to take the lead. As China’s markets begin to welcoming foreign players, companies’ ability to incorporate […]

Diversity and Inclusion in Hong Kong Workplace

September 24, 2018

Discrimination, in all of its various forms, is a serious issue in Hong Kong. The lack of legislation on discrimination towards LGBT+ individuals and the young and old is one obstacle to change. However, the continued prevalence of discrimination against legally protected out-groups and the reluctance of individuals to use formal legal channels to redress cases of discrimination suggests that it is not the only area on which we should focus. Creating cultural change within companies and other organisations is necessary to improve business outcomes and Hong Kong’s performance in the global talent war.

Why is Everyone Talking About IAM?

September 14, 2018

Identity and Access Management (IAM) is a marriage of technology, policy, and frameworks to determine and monitor who has access to what information within any organization and additionally to ensure that access is secure. Download PDF Click Here To Download The PDF


September 6, 2018

Use of Big Data has the potential to radically change the way banks operate. Those who can harness the power of data as a business driver could see significant associated revenue and cost benefits. Others will face the prospect of being left behind. Download PDF Click Here To Download The PDF

Disruption In The Legal Industry With Lucy Ashenhurst

August 28, 2018

In the past couple of years we have witnessed a growing number of companies in Banking, Health Care, and Retail sectors racing against each other to adopt the latest pieces of smart technology, whether it’s blockchain, smart contracts, or machine learning. The legal industry, however, is generally behind when it comes to innovation and technological disruption. […]

Demystifying AI (Ep. 4) – Valuable Human Skillsets In An AI World

August 28, 2018

Does the rise of AI mean the demise of humankind? As superintelligent machines continue to gain capability, the need to identify our human competitive advantage is essential. In this instalment of our ‘Demystifying AI’ series, we speak with Kevin Pereira, MD of Blu Ltd – Artificial Intelligence. Listen in as we discuss critical skillsets, the […]

Blockchain in The Medical Tourism Industry with Taeyong Kim

August 28, 2018

Blockchain, a buzzword most recently associated with the Bitcoin bubble, is in fact an undeniably revolutionary technology. Be it in banking, law or healthcare, it holds the potential to transform any number of transactions requiring trust. In this episode, we talk blockchain in the healthcare industry with Taeyong Kim. As the CEO of medical tourism […]

Introduction to UX Design and Agile with Hanny Yeung

August 14, 2018

In the e-commerce world where user experience and customer satisfaction are the synonyms for success, the attractiveness of online communication channels becomes the decisive factor for company’s survival Listen to our discussion with Hanny Yeung to learn more about how UX design and Agile can create an outstanding digital experience for your clients

Innovation & Disruption In Utilities: Electrifying In A New Era

July 15, 2018

With immense regulatory and conceptual changes happening in the utility sector, current industry players have to rethink their role as pure commodity players. What steps do incumbents have to take to remain profitable while still being the part of the transformation towards a greener society?

The Future Of Healthcare

July 15, 2018

The increasing complexity associated with healthcare industry have become a universal problem over the past decade. What roles should governments, institutions and individuals assume in order to reduce the healthcare service costs and consumption?