Save the date: China and Hong Kong Business Awards 2019, 21 Nov 2019, Wassenaar

china & hong kong business awards 2019
The Netherlands Hong Kong Business Association and the Netherlands China Business Council will jointly present the China and Hong Kong Business Awards 2019 to Dutch companies who have performed exceptionally well in the market of China and Hong Kong in the past 24 months.

This year, companies will be nominated in the sector Agro-Food. In addition, the Hong Kong Shooting Star Award will be presented by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in HK to the Dutch-linked Start-up breaking ground in the Hong Kong market.

With special speakers and guests, the China Business Award event will be one of the highlights of the year.
The ceremony will take place in Kasteel de Wittenburg in Wassenaar.

The selection of the winner of the “Hong Kong Shooting Star” will be made by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong. The prize will be handed out by Ms. Annemieke Ruigrok, Consul General of the Netherlands in Hong Kong and Macau.

The winner of the China & Hong Kong Food and Agriculture Award will be selected by an expert jury chaired by Mr. Jochum Haakma, former Dutch Consul General in Hong Kong and Shanghai and current Chairman of the Netherlands China Business Council and the EU China Business Association. The award will be presented by Mr Haakma.

This year, the key note speaker at the China and Hong Kong Business Awards dinner will be Mr. Hein Schumacher, CEO of FrieslandCampina.

Her Excellency Mrs. Sigrid Kaag, Minister of Foreign Trade and Development has been invited to deliver the Dinner Speech.

His Excellency Dr. Xu Hong Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, has been invited to attend.

We are expecting between 125 and 150 entrepreneurs, interested in the opportunities and chances China and Hong Kong have to offer, to join the dinner.

The China Business Award event will be one of the highlights of the year.

Please mark the date in your agenda.

This event is supported by:
The Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, Brussels
Invest Hong Kong
Cathay Pacific
Kasteel De Wittenburg