Overview
Belt and Road Cross-Professional Advancement Programme

Crossing the professional boundaries; Sharing your Belt and Road experiences.

Overview

The Belt and Road initiatives have opened up a new form of international and regional coordination and cooperation. As such, it provides a wide range of opportunities and challenges. By understanding the cultural and economic features of this cross-border venture, Hong Kong professionals will be better placed to take advantage of the business environment in the Belt and Road countries.

To grasp this opportunity, IAEE is pleased to introduce the uniquely-blended Belt and Road Cross-Professional Advancement Programme, which is specifically designed for the accounting, legal and constructions professionals in Hong Kong.

The programme features 7 workshops and 2 sharing sessions, which aims to offer a robust and accessible platform for Hong Kong professionals to exchange views on multilateral co-operation and explore new market opportunities arising from the Belt and Road Initiatives.

Programme highlights

  • First ever cross-professional programme designed and delivered by academia and industry experts;
  • Authentic case studies shared by renowned Belt and Road professionals in each of the workshops;
  • Unique networking opportunities for Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese business leaders, industry experts, professionals who are keen on exploring potential strategic collaboration in the Belt and Road countries.

With its unique design incorporating the professional, industry and country perspectives, the Programme will serve as an inter-disciplinary knowledge platform for professionals in different fields and business leaders in Hong Kong and the mainland to exchange knowledge and experience, thus better capitalizing on the opportunities brought about by the Belt and Road Initiative.

 

Click HERE to register the Belt and Road Cross-Professional Advancement Programme workshops

 

This material/event is funded by the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

 

Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material/any event organised under this project do not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region or the Vetting Committee of the Professional Services Advancement Support Scheme.