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Webinar: The Future Hong Kong 2030 Report

Watch the replay and register for the Connected Cities Conference

Watch the replay and register for the Connected Cities Conference

Ahead of the StartmeupHK Festival: Connected Cities conference in Hong Kong on Monday 6 July, watch the replay of the regional webinar discussion on the Future Hong Kong 2030 Report, hosted by Julian Vella, Co-head of Infrastructure for KPMG China, and Anson Bailey, Head of Consumer & Retail, ASPAC, KPMG China. The report was published by KPMG China in cooperation with multiple third-party partners including CLP, Cyberport, HKBN JOS, Smart City Consortium, Siemens, Weave Co-Living, and Wilson Group.

The webinar focussed on the internal and external factors shaping Hong Kong’s smart city transformation over the next ten years, and comparisons with developments in other cities across Asia Pacific. The report findings and recommendations have application to cities globally, exploring how effective governance, smart infrastructure and innovation can be used to address major urban challenges. Additional speaking guests included Darren Yong, Head of Client and Market Development and Head of TMT, KPMG ASPAC, Moon Park, Head of KPMG Digital Innovation Centre & Smart Cities, KPMG Korea and Paul Kent, Partner, KPMG Singapore

Julian Vella

Co-Head, China
Global Infrastructure Advisory
KPMG China

Anson Bailey

Head of Consumer & Retail, ASPAC
Head of Technology, Media & Telecoms, Hong Kong
KPMG China

Paul Kent

Partner
KPMG Singapore

Moon Park

Partner, Head of KPMG Digital Innovation Centre & Smart Cities
KPMG Korea

Darren Yong

Head of Client and Market Development 
Head of TMT
KPMG ASPAC 

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