Speaker Cocktails: Denise Lo, Regional VP Christian Dior

Date and Time
Thursday, June 6, 2019
6:30pm— 8:30pm
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Asia Society Hong Kong Center
9 Justice Drive Admiralty
Hong Kong
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Wharton Club of Hong Kong (WCHK) is very happy to announce our first joint event with Asia Society in a new speaker cocktails format, featuring fellow Wharton alumni Denise Lo, Regional Vice-President for Christian Dior Couture Asia-Pacific on Luxury and Millennials

The event is jointly organised by WCHK and Asia Society with guests from both Wharton Club and Asia Society Members.

Event and Registration Details
Date: June 6th, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Schedule: Drinks Reception 6:30pm ; Presentation 7:00pm; Close 8:00pm
Venue: Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty
Special Wharton Price: HKD 200, IMPORTANT: Use group discount Code WHARTONHK
Dress Code: Business Casuals
Guests: WCHK welcomes guests of our alumni at the same price of HKD 200 (non-refundable)

TO REGISTER: please register directly on Asia Society website https://asiasociety.org/hong-kong/events/luxury-millennials using discount code WHARTONHK . Please note you will need to create an account on Asia Society website to register for the event. For any queries please email Sanjay Khanduri ([email protected]).

Denise Lo is a Hong Kong based executive with many years of experience working in the luxury and retail business. She was originally a professional lawyer specializing in Intellectual Property law and is currently the Regional Vice-President for Christian Dior Couture Asia-Pacific. She has previously worked for luxury brands, including Chanel and Richard Mille before joining Dior seven years ago. She graduated from the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania, and then studied law at the University of Hong Kong. She recently received an honorary doctorate of laws and has been awarded the Asian Chinese Leadership Award from the Social Enterprise Research Institute. She is a leader in business development, marketing, and client development in a variety of areas in the world of luxury. She maintains a very good relationship with clients and leads the team to explore business opportunities in different markets within Asia. Faced with the changes of the times, maintaining competitive advantage and sustainable development is Denise’s leadership policy. She often emphasizes to her subordinates that passion for work pushes people forward and optimizes their potential. While gaining remarkable achievements in her personal career, Denise has also spared much effort in public welfare matters. In addition to her sponsorship of major charities such as First Initiative Foundation, the Louvre Endowment Fund, Changing Young Lives Foundation, Hong Kong Spinal Cord Injury Fund, she was also a member of the Board of Directors of Yan Oi Tong. She also spends time to understand and respond to the needs of the community during her busy schedule and to share the joy of helping people.

ASIA SOCIETY : Founded in 1956 by John D. Rockefeller III in New York, Asia Society is a leading educational organization dedicated to promoting mutual understanding and strengthening partnerships among peoples, leaders and institutions of Asia and the United States in a global context. Across the fields of arts, business, culture, education and policy, Asia Society provides insight, generates ideas and promotes collaboration to address present challenges and create a shared future.
As an affiliate of the Asia Society global network of 13 centers, Asia Society Hong Kong Center was established in 1990 by a group of Hong Kong community leaders, led by the late Sir Q.W. Lee, honorary chairman of Hang Seng Bank.

In February 2012, the Hong Kong Center established its new home in Admiralty at the former Explosives Magazine of the old Victoria Barracks.

Steeped in history, cultural significance and natural beauty, the 1.3 hectares site, which houses a group of four former British military buildings, was originally built by the British Army in the mid-19th century for explosives and ammunition production and storage. Through careful conservation, restoration and adaptive re-use, this heritage site was successfully transformed into a cultural, artistic and intellectual hub in Hong Kong in 2012 and offers a broad variety of programs in the form of lectures, performances, film screenings and exhibitions to the community.

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Asia Society Hong Kong Center

9 Justice Drive Admiralty, Hong Kong, Hong Kong,
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