Innovations & Technology Theatre

Small Business, Big Impact: Practical Ways to Incorporate GreenTech in SME Operations

Day 2 : 15:50 – 16:40

Discover practical ways for SMEs to incorporate GreenTech in their operations at our GreenTech forum. Learn how GreenTech can achieve ESG goals, improve air quality, and enhance the health and productivity of employees, all while being cost-effective. Join us to make a big impact with small budget.

Session Discussion Points

  • GreenTech use cases for SMEs;
  • Cost effectiveness of solutions;
  • Measuring the impacts;
  • Affordability;
  • Broader impacts on well-being.


Clara Chan

Executive Deputy Chairman

Ms Clara Chan is the Chief Executive Officer of Lee Kee Group, a leading solutions provider for metals in China and ASEAN region. Ms Chan is responsible for leading the Group in business development and providing strategic direction, including digitalisation and sustainability drive, taking the conventional metal manufacturing industry to the next level. Leading a professional management team, Ms Chan leverages her wealth of experience in commodity market and global trade, creating a portfolio of value-added products and services that help hundreds of brand owners to provide their products worldwide.

Fabrice Bayon

Strategy & Sustainability Director

Executive manager, top 5 Executive MBA graduate from HEC, with 20 years’ expertise in the development and implementation of innovative, profitable, and sustainable policies.

Fabrice is a motivational leader and mentor who excels at assisting others in achieving both professional and personal success. He is a visionary and results-driven leader.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

I have made sustainability a priority in both my personal and professional life because I am firmly devoted to it. For the sake of present and future generations, I think it is our duty to conserve the environment.

My goal is to motivate others to act and improve their own lives and communities.

David Chan

Managing Director

David Chan, Managing Director of Amosola, has over 25 years of experience within the construction and property industry working for both the public and private sectors within major corporations including the MTR, Link REIT and the HEX. As a Hong Kong and UK qualified architect (HKIA/RIBA), a chartered constructor (CIOB), and a fire engineer (SFPE), he has extensive experience in project management, building and infrastructure design, construction, costing and the impact on the environment.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

  •  Providing professional insight on solar energy application to various stakeholders in the city.
  • Helping promote the adoption of solar energy or Net-Zero solution and increase those impact.

Yonghai Du

General Manager, Green Living and Innovation

Mr Yonghai Du is the General Manager of the Green Living and Innovation Division of Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC). Dedicated in environmental engineering and service fields for more than 20 years, he has extensive experience and business insights covering a broad range of environmental and industrial segments including water and wastewater treatment technology development, waste treatment and management, air quality control solutions, carbon capture and utilisation technologies for power and industries.

Prior to joining HKPC, Mr Du worked for a large international company to manage and operate the global fleet and portfolio of environmental control solutions by EPC and consultancy service projects. Mr Du holds master’s degree in Environmental Protection Engineering. He is among the first approved Registered Environmental Protection Engineer of China in 2008.

Barton Wong

Chief IAQ Consultant

Barton is specialised in the Indoor Air Quality filed since 1999, with more than 22 years of experience in IAQ consultancy services. He is currently the Chairman of IAQ Committee of the Greater Bay Area Institute of Urban Architecture (HK), and the Life Ordinary Member of the Hong Kong Registered Specialist Contractors (Ventilation) Association.
During the SARS period in 2003, Barton was the only representative in the field being consulted by Ms. Sarah Mary Liao Sau-tung, the then Secretary of Environmental, Transport and Works Bureau, to recommend methods for IAQ infection control. The IAQ solutions Barton recommended was implemented in 41 public hospitals, curbing the spread of the disease. For their effectiveness, those solutions have since then been applied in all public hospitals.
Barton is a frequent speaker at IAQ-related lectures and seminars. As well, he is often interviewed by local newspapers and TV stations for expert opinion on topics related to air quality.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

That HK Government will not only unite all sectors to help Hong Kong advance to prosperity, but also take more proactive initiatives to formulate and implement effective environmental protection policies.

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