Exploring Innovative Retail Model
17:00 - 18:30
主論壇 Summit Stage
With the increasing number of baby boomers turning into their 60s, how are they different from consumers of today and the way they spend. How do they behave and how are retailers accommodating to the changes? Culture Homes, Hong Kong’s leading integrated aged care solution provider and Hung Fook Tong, Hong Kong’s leading retailer of Chinese herbal products will discuss how golden agers are changing the way retailers are doing business today.
Ms Stephanie LAW
Managing Director, Culture Homes
Stephanie is the Managing Director of Culture Homes, a leading integrated product and service provider for elders in Hong Kong. Culture Homes operates in five business areas, including Nursing Homes, Senior Residence, Lifestyle and Rehabilitation Products (wholesale & retail), Experience Centers for Smart Ageing, and Consultancy Services. Culture Homes has over 1000 point-of-sales in Hong Kong, Macau and Mainland China. Stephanie holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Asian Studies and Psychology from the University of Michigan, and a Master Degree in Real Estate General Practice Surveying from the University of Hong Kong.
Dr SZETO Wing-fu Ricky
General Manager and Executive Director
Hung Fook Tong Group Holdings Limited
司徒永富博士自1999年起擔任鴻福堂集團控股有限公司的總經理兼執行董事。本公司是一家信譽良好的健康概念食品企業，擁有屢獲殊榮的品牌，並在香港证券交易所上市。 在他的公共服務活動中，包括他參與香港康復會，司徒博士現任香港專業及教育服務主席。 他還是香港樹仁大學的副教授和主任。 在他的職業生涯中，曾得到無數讚譽，更被譽一名成功的領導者和一位對社會負責任的企業家。
Dr. Szeto is General Manager and Executive Director of Hung Fong Tong Group Holdings Limited since 1999. The Company is a reputable wellness concept food enterprise with an award-winning brand and it is publicly listed in Hong Kong.
Among his public service activities which also includes his engagement in The Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation, Ricky currently chairs the Hong Kong Professional and Educational Service. He has also been the Associate Professor and Director at Hong Kong Shue Yan University. Ricky won numerous accolades in his career as a successful leader and a socially responsible entrepreneur.
Ms Caroline Sui King MAK
Board Director and Past Chairman of Hong Kong Retail Management Association
麥瑞琼女士自2007年起擔任牛奶公司北亞區地區董事兼中國行政總裁。麥女士的職業生涯涉及多個行業。 於化妝品及家居用品領域工作了16年，是一名資深的零售業人士。在加入集團之前，她在萬寧和宜家家居擔任重要職位。 在過去十年，麥女士一直積極為社區服務。 主要包括擔任香港零售管理協會主席，職業訓練局零售業訓練委員會及資歷架構零售業訓練諮詢委員會主席。
Ms Caroline Mak has been the Dairy Farm Group Director responsible for and led the Group's retail operations since 2007. Caroline held senior positions at Mannings in 2000 and later was the Managing Director of IKEA Hong Kong and Taiwan. Ms Mak is a retail veteran including over 10 years in cosmetics sectors. In the past decade, Ms Mak has been actively serving the community include her chairmanship of Hong Kong Retail Management Association, Vocational Training Council in Retail Trade Training Board, the Government of Hong Kong SAR Qualifications Framework’s Retail Industry Training Advisory Committee and other appointments.