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To attend the conference, you need to register through the website. Only the registered conference attendees will be admitted. The deadline for registration is December 10, 2017 .

Overview

The aim of the Roundtable is to create a platform for the fusion of insights from both research and practice. In particular, the platform is predicated on the belief that research and practice could mutually benefit from the exchange of ideas and insights. The workshop will incorporate presentations by academics and by practitioners and in-depth discussions of key issues among participants

Tentative Schedule

December 13

19:00-21:00

Welcome Reception

December 14

09:00-12:00

Business Model and Digitization:The Theoretical Lenses

14:00-17:00

Industry 4.0: Digitizing Business Models of Manufacturers

19:00-21:00

Social Event

December 15

09:00-12:00

Cloud-based New Commerce Ecosystem: Digitization and Community-based Business Models

14:00-17:00

Fintech:Business Models of Digitally Empowered Disrupters in the Finance Industry

17:00-17:30

Concluding Remark: Wei Wei

Location

HSBC Business School

Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS) was founded in 2004 with the intent to advance PKU’s involvement in the global economics, finance, and management research. Located in Shenzhen, PHBS brings Peking University’s historical presence and first-tier business education programs to the country’s south and benefits from the dynamic and entrepreneurial spirit of the thriving city. As an additional advantage, the proximity to Hong Kong, a world financial hub, provides unmatched opportunities for the entire campus community.

City

Shen Zhen . China

Shenzhen is located on a southern tip of the Chinese mainland and on the eastern bank of the Pearl River. It neighbors Hong Kong. Occupying 1,991.64 square kilometers, the city has a subtropical marine climate with plenty of rain and sunshine and is rich in tropical fruit. By the end of 2015, there were 11.38 million permanent residents. The country's first special economic zone - the brainchild of late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping - was established here in 1980. Shenzhen has been a touchstone for China's reform and opening-up policy since then. In merely 36 years,Shenzhen, once a tiny border town of just over 30,000 people, has grown into a modern metropolis. It established many firsts in the history of world industrialization, urbanization and modernization. The city is the high-tech and manufacturing hub of southern China, home to the world's third-busiest container port and the fourth-busiest airport on the Chinese mainland. It is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations. It was also elected one of the top 10 Chinese cities popular with expats in 2015. The high-tech, financial services, modern logistics and cultural industries are mainstays of the city. Emerging industries of strategic importance and modern service industries are quickly becoming new engines for the city's economic growth. Shenzhen has set up new standards of "Shenzhen Quality" and "China Quality" on sustainable development and globalization.

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