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Hong Kong, Hong Kong
March 19th, 2014

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Confirmed Speakers

  • Jennifer Cheng
    After a career as an actress and model in the US upon graduating from Brown University, Jennifer earned her MBA from HKUST and fell in love with Hong Kong. She then became a passionate player in the world of internet technology, online and social media. After management positions with industry leaders Darizi and Rackspace Hosting, Jennifer took on online group buying, first with uBuyiBuy, which was later acquired by Groupon, and then as Vice President of BEECRAZY (acquired by iBuy which listed on the Australian Stock Exchange). After also cofounding and launching a subscription commerce beauty box available in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, and Singapore, Jennifer’s current venture is Glam‐it!, a beauty and fashion brand with the patent pending GlamPact available at Harvey Nichols and 6 countries via Luxola.com. Jennifer was awarded the title of Most Promising Entrepreneur at the prestigious Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Awards 2011 in Hong Kong and the SuperAchiever Woman Award at CMO Asia in 2012. Glam-it! was named Top 20 Hottest Startups in 2014 – Hong Kong Business Magazine (12 Mar, 2014)
  • Martin Radford
    Martin Radford was born in Bristol England, trained as a teacher and taught high school students both in the UK for 9 years until 1984 and then in Hong Kong for a further 19 years. A passionate Christian and communicator, Martin left teaching in 2003 to enter full time ministry, although at the time it was not clear where this would take him. Martin was quickly employed as a worship and music director in one of Hong Kong’s large international churches. It was during this time he became involved with the work of Inner City Ministries (ICM), a Christian mission working to bringing lifelong transformation to Hong Kong’s South Asian ethnic minority community. Having worked for a further few years as a Pastor and worship director Martin became the executive director (CEO) of ICM from 2010 onwards. He continues to work with ICM’s staff to bring a much needed message of hope alongside engaging empowerment and educational programmes to the marginalized and vulnerable Nepalese community in the Yau Ma Tei area of Hong Kong.
  • Danny Chau
    Mr. (Professor) Danny Chau Sui Keung is the founder of the Ambrose Financial & Management Consultants Group. He graduated from the University of Toronto (Canada) with his MBA, CMA. He has been the adjunct professor for the University of Toronto, Royal Roads University (Canada). He has been the consultant for Fortis, Citibank and other multinational corporation. He founded the IEI (International Enterprise Institute); He has been the vice-president for Lions Club (Kwai Chung), the Hong Kong Region China Peacepal Rectification Assousition. His areas of expertise are in corporate training, corporate restructuring, project management, wealth management. His clients include Fortis Group, AIG Group, Citibank, Dun & Bradstreet, Kingboard, Bank of Communication, Hwawei, Giordano, Hong Kong Science&Technology Parks Corp.
  • Josh Begbie
    An Australian by birth, Josh Begbie grew up in the Philippines and Hong Kong and returned here after finishing his university studies and MBA. On his return, he joined Crossroads Foundation, a local charity that works to see the needs of the poor linked up with resources that will help them develop. He has worked for Crossroads for more than a decade and headed up their fair trade initiatives for the last eight years. In addition, Josh continues to help the broader fair trade community by serving on the boards of both Fair Trade Hong Kong Foundation and World Fair Trade Organisation-Asia. Nothing brings him greater joy than seeing business used to positively impact those at the beginning of the supply chain.

Venue and Details

Hong Kong,
Hong Kong

Event Type (what is this?) TED2014 Simulcast (TEDxLive)

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Gino Yu
Taipo, Hong Kong

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