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Future Trends within the Automotive Industry (Europe and Asia)

Description:

EUBIP EAC event

Date: 14 December 2016

Time: 11am -1:45pm

Venue: Room 508-520, Hutchison House, 10 Harcourt Rd, Central

You are cordially invited to participate in the “Future Trends within the Automotive Industry (Europe and Asia)” seminar, which will take place in Hong Kong on 14 December 2016, organized by the European Automotive Council of the European Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

This seminar will discuss the general global trends in the automotive industry with a focus on Asia and Europe. The current specific trends of the China & Hong Kong Automotive industry development will be explored and will highlight the new technologies coming up in the form of Digitalization, Connectivity, Sustainability Driving, and Infrastructure.

Join us to hear from leading practitioners, who will be sharing best practices of leading companies in Hong Kong, with presentations and Q&A session.

We look forward to welcoming you at the seminar. You are requested to kindly confirm your participation by 12 December 2016, 5:00pm by completing the below online registration form. Free entrance, mandatory registration, seats allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.  If you are unable to register online, please email to events@eurocham.com.hk

Program:

Time Program
11:00 – 11:30 Registration and Light Lunch
11:30 – 11:35 Opening remarks
11:35 – 12:30 Presentation by Alexander Mastrovito, Head of Sustainable Transport Solutions Scania Asia & Oceania
12:30 – 13:30 Presentation by Ignatius Tong Senior Partner, Managing Partner China Roland Berger Greater China
13:30 – 13:45 Closing remarks


About the Speakers:

Alex - Scania

Alexander Mastrovito, Head of Sustainable Transport Solutions, Scania Asia & Oceania

Alexander Mastrovito is the architect of Scania’s Hong Kong Fleet Management Centre, the first of its type in the World. The Centre is dedicated to promoting efficient and sustainable heavy duty road transport of goods and people. Alexander is also responsible for promoting sustainable transport solutions including working on bio-fuel projects ranging from ethanol and bio diesel to biogas produced from local waste. He is also heading up Scania’s regional work in Asia paving the way for electromobility, autonomous vehicles, ITS and mobility as a service

He is currently Head of Sustainable Transport Solutions with Scania in Asia & Oceania, based in Hong Kong.

Prior to joining Scania he was based in Beijing and has now spent almost 10 years in the greater China region working in the automotive industry. Alexander currently holds positions within several environmental policy making bodies in Hong Kong. He holds a Master’s Degree from Uppsala University, Sweden.

Ignatius Tong Ignatius Tong, Senior Partner, Managing Partner China, Roland Berger Greater China

Ignatius Tong has been Managing Partner at Roland Berger Greater China for the last 8 years. His expertise includes work in the automotive, consumer goods, retail and food & beverage sectors. He has served some of the world's most prominent brands, setting strategic direction as well as making operational improvements, particularly in the areas of sales process engineering, product portfolio realignment, cost cutting and designing profitable growth strategies.

Ignatius has over 17 years of experience in strategy consulting in both the US and China. He also has a strong background in automotive aftersales services, info-com, digital marketing and merger & acquisitions evaluations. Outside of his consulting career, Ignatius has also worked in the corporate sector, giving him a perspective on the practical execution of strategic plans and the day-to-day management of P&L. In addition, he has twice embarked on entrepreneurial ventures, once in Localized Online Marketing in the US and once in Fast Casual Dining in China. These experiences have further enriched his understanding of business operations from a deeply practical perspective. Ignatius holds a BS in Business Administration from UC Berkeley.

***The organizer reserves the right to change agenda and speakers***

 

Remarks and Cancellation Policy:

  • Light refreshments will be provided
  • Entrance to the seminar is free of charge on a first come first serve basis and pre-registration is required
  • Your registration is only confirmed when you receive a confirmation  from us
  • Speakers and participants are expected to fund their own travel, hotel accommodation, visit visa, transportation or any other charges
  • Cancellations must be made in writing by 12 December 2016, 5:00pm
  • When Typhoon 8 (or above) or Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted, all events will be cancelled

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.

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