2023 Brochure released!

New for 2023


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ReThink HK 2022 introduced exciting new partner-led content initiatives that will return for 2023

Energy & Mobility Summit

In Partnership with HK2050isNow
Hong Kong has set a target to become carbon-neutral by 2050. But can it deliver? What is our best path forward?

The HK2050isNow Energy & Mobility Summit will highlight business strategies, policies and technology for decarbonising energy, in tandem with China’s latest energy commitments as part of the 14th Five Year Plan. It will unpack industry’s input to national energy ambitions, opportunities and gaps in renewable energy procurement and funding, the development and adoption of low-carbon transportation technologies, as well as strategies for a more transit-friendly and pedestrian-centric metropolis.

Change Makers Stage

The Social Innovators of Tomorrow programme will engage budding social entrepreneurs in Hong Kong to discuss the imperative of sustainability within the context of inclusive business models, inherent business opportunities for social impact, as well as the alignment of career and skillset development within this emerging space.

The Green Leaders of Tomorrow programme is being designed to facilitate a two-way exchange and engagement between young professionals and sustainability practitioners and business leaders. How do Gen Zs view the current state of play by industry? How should environmental education be shaped in Hong Kong? Which green jobs will be in high demand? What are the skills and attributes required of future environmentally conscious business leaders?

ReThink Roundtables

Central Networking Area

Cost-effective showcase options

Solutions Showcase Expo

Low-cost showcase opportunities to display products, promote services and launch new sustainable solutions:

HKPTA PropTech Pavilion

European Pavilion

APAC Pavilion

Our commitment to a sustainable event…

The zero-waste showcase booth arrangement will be produced, installed, dismantled and recycled when the display materials cannot be reused by the main contractor.