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IIPCC Hong Kong Chapter Workshop/Seminar Series: Entrepreneurship & Innovation - OEM to ISP (Intergrated Service Franchiser) Transformation: Turning a Product Company into a Service Franchise

Date:19 Mar 2015 (Thu)
Venue:Room 6207, Academic 3, City University of Hong Kong
Language:English
Admission:Free




"OEM to ISP (Integrated Service Franchiser) Transformation: Turning a Product Company into a Service Franchise"

You are cordially invited to join the IIPCC Hong Kong Chapter Workshop/Seminar Series: Entrepreneurship & Innovation to be held at CityU. The International Intellectual Property Commercialization Council (IIPCC) Hong Kong Chapter is a non-political, non-profit/social organization for promoting IP Commercialization Best Practices to do common good; serving the socio-economic interests of local community; focusing on decent job creations, entrepreneurship and SME innovations.

Date: 19 March 2015 (Thu)
Time: 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Venue: Room 6207, AC3
Language: English
Speaker: Mr Al Kwok, Co-Founder of IIPCC Hong Kong Chapter
Panelists: Dr David Ai
  • Director of Knowledge Transfer Office, City University of Hong Kong
  • Co-Founder of IIPCC Hong Kong Chapter
Mr Dominic Yin
  • Chairman & CEO (Investor, Consultant and Facilitator of Environmental & Energy Projects) of EESCO P2E2 Hong Kong Ltd.
  • Director of Synxia Photonic Technology Ltd (Produce patented high power LED products)
  • President of Greater China Sustainable Development Association
  • Co-Founder of IIPCC Hong Kong Chapter

Schedule

17:00 - 17:30 : Registration and Refreshment/Networking
17:30 - 18:30 : Presentation by Speaker
18:30 - 19:00 : Panelists and Speaker Discussion
19:00 - 19:30 : Q&A

Abstract

OEM business model is on the diminishing return slope as China progresses - it is not sustainable. In order for China to be the world's leading economy, Modern Services (with BI for learning) must be >50% of its GDP. Then, the transformation of its SMEs from OEM -> ODM -> IDM (on the demand-side selling directly to consumers) then finally to ISP (Integrated Service Provider) is paramount. As for Hong Kong to develop its IP-centric knowledge economy, its sustainable prosperity depends on its ability to be the ISFs' (Integrated Service Franchisers’) hub for China.

About the Speaker & Panelists

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Seats will be reserved on a first-come-first-served basis. Interested parties please register online at: www.cityu.edu.hk/kto or Email: cubic@cityu.edu.hk by 16 March 2015. For enquiries, please contact Ms Emily Yip (Tel: 3442 6442, Email: emilyyip@cityu.edu.hk ).


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Ms. Emily Yip
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