Business Innovation Academy

Join in-person or livestream “Keeping track of customer behaviour with big data” workshop

Business Innovation Academy

Tech advancement has changed our way of living, and our way of doing businesses. That’s why HSBC is pleased to sponsor the “Business Innovation Academy” organised by the Hong Kong Economic Times. The academy aims to keep you abreast of market trends, new technology and connect you with industry experts. Through online talks and workshops, we bridge startups and SMEs to more business opportunities.

Episode 2: “Keeping track of customer behaviour with big data” workshop

Everything about your customers can become part of the big data, from shopping preference to spending habit. How can SMEs make the most of the big data to better plan their marketing strategies, improve service quality, and enhance customer experience? How can SMEs filter data according to their business model and target audience? On our upcoming workshop ‘Keeping track of customer behaviour with big data’, we have invited representatives from Carousell and Hotmob Limited to share how you can thrive in the era of big data.

Date: 13 June 2019 (Thursday)
Time: 6:30pm – 7:30pm (Registration starts from 6pm)
Venue: Ucommune - Mongkok
17/F, Tower 1 Grand Century Plaza, 193 Prince Edward Rd W, Mong Kok
Host: Mr. Erwin Huang, Co-founder and CEO of DreamStarter
Speakers: Mr. Brain Sze, General Manager, Hong Kong and Taiwan, Carousell
Mr. Johnny Wong, CEO, Hotmob Limited
Language: Cantonese

 

Admission is free and seats are limited on a first-come, first-served basis. Register now at https://eti.hket.com/academy2019 to reserve your seat. The presentation will also be live-streamed on HKET Facebook.

What’s more, our Business Banking representatives will station at Ucommune - Mongkok between 12 June and 14 June to provide business advice and financial solutions to startups.

Enquiry: 2880 2413

The views and opinions expressed in literature before the event, during discussion and presentations at the event and any post-event materials, are those of the individuals and/or organisations represented, and except where a speaker is specifically identified as a representative of The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited ("the Bank"), do not necessarily state or reflect those of the Bank. The Bank makes no representation or warranty (express or implied) of any nature nor accepts any liability or responsibility with respect to the completeness or accuracy of any information, findings, projections, representations or warranties (expressed or implied) in, or omitted from, the event literature or the event itself.

Episode 1: “The new wave of mobile payments” workshop

With the rise of e-wallet popularity, people can now enjoy the convenience of using mobile payment rather than carrying around dollar bills and credit cards. How will this trend reshape customers’ payment behaviour and business operations? How can SMEs make the most of this technology to enhance efficiency and reduce cost? Mr. Daniel Chan, Head of Business Banking, Commercial Banking Hong Kong, HSBC was invited to share his view. Watch the video to learn more. The video is only available in Cantonese.

Important notes:

  • The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited (the "Bank") neither endorses nor is responsible for the accuracy or reliability of, and under no circumstances will the Bank be liable for any loss or damage caused by reliance on, any opinion, advice or statement made in this video.
  • The opinions expressed are those of the featured speakers, and except where a speaker is specifically identified as a representative of the Bank, do not represent the Bank's views. The opinions are subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a recommendation of any individual holdings or market sectors.

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