[eNews] Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA Program Alumni Gatherings in Hong Kong

KH Dialogues is an ongoing effort that serves lunch and exchanges knowledge. This KH alumni engagement initiative intends to introduce the “high impact low ego” alumni from the same working district to one another to expand their networks.

The program office brought KH Dialogues to North Point and Kwai Chung in October. Alumni from different classes, ranging from the Class of 2004 to the Class of 2016, met for the first time. These senior executives represent many different industries, from telecommunications to data services, children apparel to dance education. They gathered to exchange industry insights and discuss current challenges facing Hong Kong. 

KH06 (Class of 2004) also celebrated their 15 year anniversary this year. On October 26, many gathered for a day of fun. Over food and hiking, they all reminisced their fond memories of studying together. Other than those based in Hong Kong, some flew in from as far as New York, London, Frankfurt, Beijing and Shanghai. Others in the US, India and Scotland also joined via a video call to raise a glass to this joyous occasion.

Discovering Hong Kong Virtual Banking

The Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA Program partners with the Kellogg Alumni Club in Hong Kong on a harbor-side chat on Hong Kong virtual banking on October 25.

The event welcomed Dr Adrian CHENG, recipient of one of the eight new virtual banking licenses from the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, and Mr Long HUANG, Senior Director of Tencent Financial Technology Group and Virtual Banking Development (HK). The speakers touched on the unmet demands of virtual banking in Hong Kong, and unveiled the potential business opportunities which virtual banking brings to the table.


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