Emma Sinclair, serial entrepreneur and the youngest person in the UK to take a company public, will discuss the challenges of being a young business owner, her advice for entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs, and her weekly column for The Telegraph's Wonder Women section
TWF & Bloomberg present a Celebration of Women in Risk Management. Only 10% of Hong Kong issuers have female directors. (www.webb-site.com) But research shows there is a direct correlation between the number of women in top leadership roles and [better governance]. And compliance begins at the top. McKinsey & Co, 2010
20 to 03
Mar to Apr
The Women's Foundation in partnership with ANZ and HKUST, launched the TWF ANZ WISE Scholarships at a reception hosted by ANZ Hong Kong. Support this new scholarship with your participation in this auction!
The Women’s Foundation is delighted to invite you to a special breakfast with Monique Villa, Thomson Reuters Foundation CEO, on March 19.
TWF is delighted to present our fourth luncheon in our not-to-bemissed Secrets to Success series featuring outstanding female leaders sharing their first-hand experience, insights and advice from their own leadership journey.
The Women’s Foundation is delighted to invite you to an exclusive breakfast with special guest Martha Adams, an award-winning storyteller and producer of Girl Rising, a film about nine young women from nine different countries and their stories of triumph over adversity.
At this special breakfast, Helena will discuss gender balance on boards, current developments in the UK and the global success of the voluntary business-led approach championed by the 30% Club
At this special breakfast, Helena discussed gender balance on boards, current developments in the UK and the global success of the voluntary business-led approach championed by the 30% Club.
Lord Mervyn Davies’ will be addressing the 30% Club Lunch on trends that are definingthe boardroom of the 21st century including the rapid pace of digital advancement and the rise of female consumer power.
Rachel Cartland’s new book tells how her life was transformed as a result of being one of the few female expatriates recruited to the Hong Kong Government’s elite administrative grade in the 70s and also describes the evolution of Hong Kong over the past forty years. She evaluates the key events that have rocked Hong Kong and provides new insights into how modern Hong Kong has been shaped.