07 March 2018
30 January 2018
|Launching and Operating a Business Effectively: Understanding the Key Basics at the Early Stage|
|26 April 2018||
NY Fries to Bubble Tea – NextStep Group
|TBC||Opening Bank Accounts - Banking Industry's Update: The Changing International Landscape, Regulatory Requirements and Various Improvement Measures|
What Can a Co-working Space Do for You in Today's Fast Changing Business and Technology Community?
Make Your Business Plan Stand Out: A Roadmap to Grow Revenues
|TBC||From a Great Idea to Cash Flowing Consistently into Your Business|
Thomas Lau, Co-Founder and President of Next Step Group
Thomas Lau founded the NextStep Gourmet Group, a Hong Kong based Food & Beverage operator, in 2007. The group holds the Master Franchisee for Canadian Fast Food Chain, New York Fries, which currently has more than 15 shops in China. The group operates 3 Craft Beer Bars in Hong Kong, and is involved in beverage distribution. Mr. Lau was founder and past Chairman of the Craft Beer Association of Hong Kong, and he is sought after as beer judge in international competitions in Japan, Taiwan and elsewhere.
Brian Brown, Non-Executive Director of Shogi Group
Brian Brown is a Non-Executive Director of the Shogi Group, a boutique investment holding company founded in 2009 with diverse investments in securities, currencies, real estate and social enterprises. From 2001 to 2008, Mr. Brown was executive with Morgan Stanley, where he was involved in numerous industry milestones, such as the IPO of China Construction Bank. He is the author of an internationally acclaimed book, Chasing the Same Signals. He holds a B.A.Sc from the University of Waterloo, and is an advisor to UW’s international artificial intelligence platform, Waterloo.AI Alpha.
Thursday 26 April 2018
6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
19/F Lee Garden One
33 Hysan Avenue
Register online through the CanCham website.
The Series is presented by CanCham's Entrepreneur and Small Business Committee and the Young Professionals Committee, and supported by Baker Tilly Hong Kong. For further information, please visit www.cancham.org