TGIF: Thank God it Failed!
June 30th 2017, 6:30-9:00pm
California Tower 加州大廈
Turning fear into fun, is the gift of creativity - Joe Gebbia (founder of Airbnb) Whether you're designing great works of art or building a world-class company - we've all felt like a ‘failure’ at some point. These fears are not just inherent in all of us, but a mandatory part of the journey. Come join our workshop led by some of HK’s most successful business leaders as we question, explore, and unearth the issues that surround fear, failure, and social expectations. Please note that this is an interactive session (with lots of wine) and will consist of collaborative discussions and rapid prototyping, requiring all attendees to participate. Be prepared to meet, talk, share, laugh and most importantly have fun! Speakers will include: Anna Simpson: Anna Simpson is a futurist and innovation coach working to help organisations and individuals build resilience in the face of complex, rapid change. She curates the Futures Centre, an online hub tracking change to accelerate sustainability, and has her own innovation coaching company, Flux Compass. She’s also the author of two books, most recently The Innovation-Friendly Organization, in which she asks how organisations can develop a culture that enables them to embrace change. Mr. Hanford Cheung Mr. Hanford Cheung, a seasoned investor both in Canada, China and Hong Kong, is the Managing Partner KT Capital. Mr. Hanford Cheung has extensive experience in both corporate finance and corporate M&A transactions. He started his career as a post-merger integration specialist in Canada and was pivotal in closing over US$3 billion transactions in the healthcare and retail sectors. Hanford holds a MBA (Dean’s Honour with Distinction), Richard Ivey School of Business (University of Western Ontario) and Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Science (Dean’s Honour) from the University of British Columbia. Co-organized by: FutureWomen.Asia : Monin Ung
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