Searching for the Next Asian Mega-Hub: Hong Kong, Singapore, or Tokyo?
These three metropolises are locked in a fierce competition to determine the dominant Asian business hub of the future. As the region slowly emerges from the pandemic, many dynamics are at play at all three locations – some social, some economic, and some political – all influencing the decisions that companies make on where to focus their energies. And of course, corporate players will be looking for the illusive and intangible “wow” factor which sets each location apart from the others. Perhaps more intriguing is the fact that the next generation of business “mega-hubs” may be defined more by what is created in the virtual environment than in brick and mortar.
Join our experts for a panel discussion which will evaluate the investment potential of Hong Kong, Singapore, and Tokyo, analyze how the dynamics of each location will influence mobility planning, and take a deeper dive into what challenges may lie ahead. The panel is comprised of representatives from the three core sectors of talent management and recruiting, immigration, and strategic consulting:
Fred Schlomann, Partner at Pan Ocean Advisory Group, Hong Kong
Voon Lee, Managing Partner at Voon & Associates, Singapore / Visa Care, China
Sean Collins, Managing Partner at Talent Mobility Search, Singapore
Moderated by Steve Burson, CEO of Relo Network Asia, Singapore / Relo Japan, Tokyo
ASIA Time Zone
Date: Wednesday, December 15, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM (Hong Kong / Singapore), 10AM (Japan),
US Time Zone
Date: Tuesday, December 14, 2021
Time: 5:00PM (Pacific), 6:00PM (Mountain), 7:00PM (Central), 8:00PM (Eastern)
Please Register Here now!! (no charge)
The presentation will be recorded.