Panels

  • Panel 1:
    Technology and innovation: The next wave of Chinese innovation
    China has been considered the “world’s factory”, but its technology products were rarely viewed as leading edge. Now things have started to change. China is transitioning from a copycat to an innovation lab. More and more Chinese players are beginning to realize that to survive in the long run and to have sustainable growth, they have to innovate. More and more new business models and interruptive technologies are born in China. China’s own technology companies are now challenging market leaders and setting trends in technology space.
  • Panel 2:
    Retail and Consumer Market: The next billion customers and cross-channel management
    China is now the world’s second largest retail market and is expected to surpass the United States to become the world’s largest consumer market within five years. China is in the course of economic rebalancing, moving towards a consumption-driven economy, which presents huge opportunities for retailers and the consumer sector. Both local and foreign players need to innovate their strategies to take advantages of shifting of consumer behaviors and ongoing urbanization.
  • Panel 3:
    Sustainability Panel: How can China continually grow its economy in a sustainable way?
    China is now the world’s second largest retail market and is expected to surpass the United States to become the world’s largest consumer market within five years. China is in the course of economic rebalancing, moving towards a consumption-driven economy, which presents huge opportunities for retailers and the consumer sector. Both local and foreign players need to innovate their strategies to take advantages of shifting of consumer behaviors and ongoing urbanization.
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