ULI Hong Kong: Tenants x Owners - How increased engagement can lead to ESG advancement

When

2022-06-07
2022-06-07T08:00:00 - 2022-06-07T09:15:00
Asia/Hong_Kong

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    Where

    The Hong Kong Club Will open in a new window 1 Jackson Road Central HONG KONG
    Registration Fees - Full hot english breakfast buffet included
    Members $550
    Non-Members $680
    Traditionally it has been "Tenants Vs Owners". Building owners and tenants are often characterized by conflicting interests and split incentives. 
     
    However, in a rapidly changing world, with ESG requirements at top of many peoples minds now, how do we move to "Tenants x Owners"? How can increased engagement and cooperation on both sides help owners create a net zero building that is energy efficient and help tenants boost productivity, sustainability and future proof their business?

    In this event, co-hosted together with the British Chamber of Commerce, we bring together various kinds of office and retail tenants to hear their views and understand their challenges, with the goal of mapping a new process whereby both parties can embed sustainability into the built environment and find common ground which can be leveraged to achieve shared goals. 
     
    Moderator:
    John Siu- Managing Director, Hong Kong and Head of Project & Occupier Services Hong Kong, Cushman & Wakefield
     
    Speakers:
    Ada Wong - Executive Director, Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Investment Officer, EC Healthcare  
    Patrick Stevens - Head of Real Estate, Pure Group
    Ravi Gidumal - Managing Director and Owner, Town House; Owner, Eclipse Hospitality Group
      
    Registration is required. Registration Deadline: 3 June 2022 (Friday). Full hot english breakfast buffet is included in the registration fee. Confirmations will be send to all participants on Monday 6 June 2022. 
     
    Enquiries: hongkong@uli.org
     
    Please note that business attire is required by the Hong Kong Club. Collared shirts must be worn by men, and jeans, sandals and sport shoes are not permitted. To see the full list of club rules on dress code, please click here: https://www.thehongkongclub.hk/public/dress-code-policies.html
     
    Kindly be reminded that all patrons must meet the Government’s Vaccine Pass regulations which include scanning the LeaveHomeSafe app and vaccination record upon arrival at the Club and once more at the dining venue. Medically exempt guests are not currently allowed Club entry. And starting from Tuesday, 31st May 2022, the third stage of the Vaccine Pass will be implemented and requirement for entry to the Club will be raised to three doses of vaccine. You are highly recommended to input all the necessary information into your mobile device prior to entering the Club in order to facilitate the registration process.
     
    In association with BritCham Real Estate Committee: Jeremy Sheldon (Chair), Shaman Chellaram and Gordon Marsden (Vice Chairs) 
     

    The Hong Kong Club 1 Jackson Road HONG KONG

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