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08/11/2018 - 09/11/2018

Date: 8 – 9 November 2018 (Thursday & Friday)

Time: 10am – 6pm

Venue: The Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
 

Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association’s 2018 Cultural Leadership Summit, an important annual cultural event, heads into its 9th edition this year with the theme of “Arts Touring & Cultural Tourism: New Markets, New Audiences, New Strategies”.

Either embedded in an arts organization’s mission statement or outlined in its artistic plan, the desire of touring - to go beyond our performing microcosm - allures all.  Enhancing visibility and reputation for excellence as well as attracting artists to collaborate and supporters to patronize, taking your arts on the road is an increasing important yet costly enterprise.  Thus, how to share your arts on the global stage smartly, strategically and successfully has been vaulted to a white-hot issue for many arts practitioners.
 

Where are the new markets for my arts?  What should I consider in order to devise an effective touring strategy?  Where can I seek for the elusive funding?  Perhaps as pertinent to policy-makers as it is to arts leaders: how can all this artistic exchange and peripateticism be translated into inbound audience mobility?
 

Join participants from Hong Kong and the region in this provocative journey of discovery. Together, through discussions, debates, keynotes and workshops, the vigorous interrogation on the subject of arts mobility aims to yield a better framework, and inspiration, for success.


>> CLICK HERE for full speaker list <<

 

Language

Mainly in English & Cantonese; with simultaneous interpretation in English, Cantonese and Mandarin at Amphitheatre.

Presented by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

 

 

In Partnership with The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

    

 

 

Supporting Partners: Art Basel, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Consulate General of Canada, Hong Kong, U.S. Consulate General Hong Kong and Macau

 

 

 

Promotion Partners: art-mate, Chasing Culture, CUP,  Pixelbread

         

 

 

*Alphabetized by organization name in English

 

 

Enquiry: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association|Tel: 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk

 

 

Summit Speakers / Respondents / Moderators

*Alphabetized by last name in English

  •  Ms Linda Brumbach (USA)  Founder/ Director, Pomegranate Arts
  • Mr Paul Chan (Hong Kong) Co-founder & CEO, Walk in Hong Kong
  • Dr Chang Yu-Hua Ph.D (Taiwan) Chief Executive Officer, GuoGuang Opera Company 
  • Dr Celina Chin (Hong Kong) Executive Director, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra 
  • Dr Oliver Chou (Hong Kong) Arts, Design & Culture Programme Director, HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education
  • Ms Gail Crider (USA) President & Chief Executive Officer of National Arts Strategies
  • Mr Patrick Foret (Hong Kong) Director, Business Initiatives, Art Basel
  • Ms Alison Friedman (Hong Kong) Artistic Director, Performing Arts, The West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
  • Dr Peter Frumkin (USA) The University of Pennsylvania, Founder and Director of the Centre for Social Impact Strategy

  • Mr Victor Fung (Hong Kong)  Artistic Director, Victor Fung Dance

  • Ms Tisa Ho (Hong Kong) Executive Director, Hong Kong Arts Festival
  • Mr Jasper Hope (Dubai) Chief Executive, Dubai Opera
  • Mr Barry Hughson (Canada) Executive Director, The National Ballet of Canada
  • Mr Kuong Wa Fun, Erik (Macau) Managing & Creative director, Creative Links Ltd. Macau
  • Mr William Lane (Hong Kong) Founder & Artistic Director of Hong Kong New Music Ensemble
  • Ms Lei Yuen-hung (Hong Kong) Producer, Théâtre de la Feuille
  • Dr Paul Leung (Hong Kong) Associate Professor, Faculty of Management and Hospitality, Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong
  • Prof Lim Kok Wai Benny (Hong Kong) Associate Director, MA in Cultural Management, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • Mr Michael MacLeod, (Hong Kong) Chief Executive, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Ms Beth Morrison (USA) Creative Producer, Beth Morrison Projects
  • Mr Park Jongtaek (South Korea) Director, Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong
  • Mr Duncan Pescod, GBS, JP (Hong Kong) Chief Executive Officer, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
  • Mr Florian Riem (South Korea) Chief Executive Officer, Tongyeong Concert Hall, South Korea
  • Ms Claire Shea (Hong Kong) Deputy Director, Para Site Hong Kong
  • Ms Sun Li-chuan, Patricia (Hong Kong) Head of Programme, Education & Touring of Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra 
  • Mr Paul Tam (Hong Kong) Chairman, Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association / Executive Director, Hong Kong Ballet
  • Ms Wen Wen (Mainland China) General Manager, Hermark Culture
  • Mr Rafi Gokay Wol (UK) Director & Head of Tours, HarrisonParrott
  • Mr Raymond Wong (Hong Kong) Managing Director, City Contemporary Dance Company
  • Ms Margaret Yang (Hong Kong) Chief Executive Officer of Hong Kong Sinfonietta
  • Ms Yang Yeung (Hong Kong) Founding Member & Artistic Director, soundpocket
  • Ms Winnie Yeung (Hong Kong) Head of Heritage, Tai Kwun
  • Ms Mandy Yiu (Hong Kong) Executive Director, Actors' Family
  • Mr Louis Yu (Hong Kong) Executive Director, Performing Arts, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority
  • Ms Flora Yu (Hong Kong) Development Director, Hong Kong Arts Festival

 

Performers

 

 

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Fee
Early Bird 2-Day Special Pass (Purchase before 12.10.2018)
HK$1,800
HK$1,530 (HKAAA members/ HKADC Year Grantees/ HKAGA Members, Staff of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority/ The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts/ Hong Kong Arts Centre)
*Welcome Lunch on 8.11.2018 (Thur) (First day of the Summit) is included
 

 

2-Day Pass

HK$1,500 

HK$1,275 (HKAAA members/ HKADC Year Grantees/ HKAGA Members, Staff of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority/ The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts/Hong Kong Arts Centre)

$700 (Full-time Student)

 

1-Day Pass

HK$800

 

Half-day Pass

HK$500

 

Register Now: www.art-mate.net/doc/51423?lang=en

Early Bird Registration closes at 23:59 on 12.10.2018 (Limited tickets) (Successful registered participants will receive a confirmation email.)

 

Group Booking Rate
For 5 tickets or more (2-day pass) buying in a time, you may enjoy membership rate of HK$1,250.

Please register online with ticket-holder-names or fill up the Group Registration Form and return to info@hkaaa.org.hk

 

Details of Lunch

 

Welcome Lunch on the first day of the Summit (Included in Early Bird 2-Day Special Pass)
8.11.2018 (Thur)  |  1:00pm-2:30pm   |  2/F, The Function Room, The Harbourview; lunch buffet

Special Guest Speaker:

Mr Duncan Pescod, GBS, JP Chief Executive Officer, West Kowloon Cultural District Authority

 

 

Networking Lunch on the second day of the Summit (Not Included in Early Bird 2-Day Special Pass)
9.11.2018 (Fri)  |  1:00pm-2:30pm   |  Atrium Lounge, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts; lunch buffet

Special Guest Speakers:

Ms Gail Crider President & CEO of National Arts Strategies
Dr Peter Frumkin The University of Pennsylvania, Founder and Director of the Centre for Social Impact Strategy

 

The Hong Kong Acadamy for Performing Arts
Address: 1 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

 

 

 

Participants Online List

 

Participants Online List is a list that you can find the contacts of the registered participants. You can contact them for a meeting for future collaboration. The link of the list will be included in the confirmation email after the payment is completed.

 

*You may opt in/ out in the registration form

 

 

 

Accommodation

 

iclub Wan Chai Hotel is the hotel partner of the Summit. It is located 15 minutes walk away from the venue (Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts). Follow the link HERE  and book with the discount code "HKAAA" for the special offer.

 

 

The Habourview. Participants may enjoy special discount from The Harbourview. If you would like to make reservation, please fill up the Reservation Form and return to the hotel. If you would like to get quotation for extended stay, please contact Burton Lam at (852) 2911 1354 or burtonlam@theharbourview.com.hk.

 

Transport

Flights - For flights information, please visit Hong Kong International Airport website.

Hong Kong is a compact city, getting around is quite easy. Fleets of taxis, buses, trams, ferries, complemented by the excellent Mass Transit Railway (MTR) underground system, will enable participants to travel between their hotels and other areas in the city, safely and conveniently.

 

MTR - MTR System Map

 

Taxi - Fare starts at HK$24.00 on flag fall (first 2 km) plus for every 200m onwards, HK$1.7 for meter fare below $83.5 and HK$1.2 for meter fare of HK$83.5 and above. Pay in HK$ only the fare shown on the meter plus any additional charges when applicable, e.g. luggage, tunnel tolls. Charges are displayed in the taxi. Passengers have to pay the two-way Cross-Harbour Tunnel Toll on cross-harbour trips.

 

Octopus Card - Make use of the Octopus Card, an electronic fare card that is accepted by almost all forms of public transport, and at many fast food chains and stores. On-Loan Octopus is refundable along with the HK$50 deposit (HK$9 handling fee for cards returned within three months).

 

Currency

The legal tender is the Hong Kong dollar (HK$), which is linked to the US dollar at a rate of about 7.78 HKD to 1 USD, although exchange rates may fluctuate slightly. 

 

Electricity

The voltage in Hong Kong is 220V, 50Hz. 3-rectangular-pin sockets are used and most hotels provide adaptors for electrical appliances.

 

Communications

International Calling Code

Dial +852 to call a Hong Kong number from overseas. There are no regional codes.

 

Internet Connection

Free WiFi service is available at HK International Airport. There is also Free GovWiFi service is in some government buildings including some public libraries. You can access the Internet for free at many coffee shops in town including Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Causeway Bay and Wan Chai. The service is also available in some MTR stations and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council' Business InfoCentre. (Check with the Hotel Concierge for a nearby location.) 

 

Time

Hong Kong Time observed at UTC+08:00 all year round

 

Language

Chinese (Cantonese is widely spoken) and English are the official languages of Hong Kong. All official signs are bilingual (using traditional characters). Most shops and restaurants also have English signage, but this may not be common in the more local or rural establishments. 

 

Emergencies

Emergency Telephone

In emergency situations, you can contact the local police, ambulance service, fire department and other emergency services by calling 999.

 

Lost passport

If you lose your passport, make a 'lost report' at the nearest police station. Then contact your consulate to have your passport replaced.

 

Lost or stolen wallet

If your wallet or valuables are lost or stolen, please notify your hotel immediately and report to police. Keep a separate record of your credit card number(s) and report the loss to your card issuer(s) as quickly as possible. Most issuers have toll-free numbers and 24-hour service to deal with such emergencies.

 

Weather

Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with distinct seasons. You can find detailed current and seasonal weather information at the Hong Kong Observatory website

 

Others

Sales Tax

There is no sales tax on goods and services in Hong Kong.

 

Smoking Restrictions

Smoking is prohibited in all indoor public places, including restaurants, karaokes, malls and bars. The smoking ban is also implemented on public transport carriers, public transport facilities and in both indoor and outdoor areas of some premises such as public beaches and swimming pools, escalators, Hong Kong Wetland Park. 

 

Environmental Levy Scheme on Plastic Shopping Bags

To reduce the use of plastic shopping bags, chain and large supermarkets, convenience stores, and personal health and beauty product stores are required to charge HK$0.50 for each plastic shopping bag provided to customers. 

 

For more information about Hong Kong, please click:  http://www.discoverhongkong.com.

 

 

 

 

2018 Cultural Leadership Summit (hereafter “Summit”) is hosted by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (hereafter “HKAAA”).

 

By joining the Summit, participants will be deemed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions contained hereinafter and HKAAA reserves the right to exclude any entry from the Summit at any time if it has reason to believe that a participant has breached the rules.

 

The HKAAA reserves the right to make the final decision in the event of any dispute. The HKAAA reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions and other arrangements without prior notice. In case of any dispute arising out of or in connection with this Summit, the decision of the HKAAA shall be final and conclusive.

 

HKAAA reserves the right on the final decision in all matters pertaining to the Summit. Any changes or contingent measures for the event will be posted on HKAAA’s website and Facebook.

 

Quotas will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

No refund is allowed after registration is completed. Registration fee paid for duplicated entries will not be refunded and places are not transferable.

 

HKAAA reserves the right to use any photographs and recordings taken during the Submit, for any purposes, including commercial advertising.

 

I grant permission and consent to the HKAAA to utilize my personal information, appearance, name and voice, in connection with the Summit in any and all media and agree to waive any right of inspection or approval associated thereto for the publicity of 2017 Cultural Leadership Summit that my appearance and name may be used in the website, video and publication of the HKAAA related to the Summit.

 

Personal Information Collection Statement: Any of the information collected from form and online registration as summit’s participant will be used for delivering the information including, but not limited to, the upcoming activities, discount, benefits, newsletters, online resources and other promotional activities provided by HKAAA and our partners. We respect your privacy and will not share information you give us about yourself with other organizations. If you would like to access/ correct your personal data or do not want to receive such information, please contact us.

 

06/11/2018 - 07/11/2018

Executive Seminar on Arts Leadership

A Summit-Plus Programme

Co-presented by National Arts Strategies and Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association

 

Programme Overview

Cultural leaders face the daily challenge of finding the right balance: maintaining the stability of their organization, while creating opportunities for artistic excellence and finding sustainable strategies for growth.

 

Tailor-designed for busy senior cultural executives, the Executive Seminar on Arts Leadership (ESAL), over its intensive two-day programme, will provide inspiring and immersive training for top and senior cultural executives from Hong Kong and the Asia Pacific region. 

 

About NAS

Established in the United States of America since 1983, National Arts Strategies (NAS) develops market-leading education services for individuals who play a variety of roles in the arts and culture ecosystem: artists, cultural entrepreneurs, board members, staff members and executives. NAS supports individuals, organizations, and the field to help realize the full potential of creatives in a time when that potential is most needed as a means of self-expression, to promote equity, inclusion and help support a more civil society. In 2013 and 2014, HKAAA invited NAS to create an innovative leadership program expressly for Chief Executives and senior arts and culture executives in the region. www.artstrategies.org

 

Teaching Faculty & International Guest Speakers:

Teaching Faculty:

  • Ms Gail Crider (USA) President & CEO of National Arts Strategies
  • Dr Peter Frumkin (USA) The University of Pennsylvania, Founder and Director of the Centre for Social Impact Strategy
     

International Guest Speakers:

*Alphabetized by last name in English

The list of international guest speakers will be updated.

 

Learning Objectives

Spend two days with peers and faculty in thought-provoking conversations and sessions designed to improve your overall leadership abilities and expand your strategic perspective. We’ll focus on select core management concepts which relate to building a clearer perspective for your own organization; forming strategic alliances; and ways to think about leading change and driving growth while keeping an eye on sustainability.

 

Format:

  • 2-3 strategic frameworks and a combination of mini-lectures to frame concepts
  • Facilitated discussions to share experience in the room
  • Exercises to apply frameworks
  • Sharings on empirical research and case studies/stories
  • Networking 
  • Group presentations
 

Expected Outcomes

  • Leaders feel challenged to look at the problems they work to combat every day with fresh eyes and use new frameworks to move to solve the problems. 
  • They feel curious to learn more about the strategic framework for continued growth / development (corporation as a whole and their touring efforts).
  • They come away with a clearer understanding of their corporations’ mission, brand and focus.
  • Leaders from various sizes and needs exchange work expertise and diverse perspectives.
  • They find the course entertaining and faculty knowledgeable of the frameworks and industry. 

 

Targeted Participants: 

  • ž30 top to senior leaders in arts organizations of various sizes – approximately 25 participants from Hong Kong and 5 from the region
  • Participants are in a leadership position that drives their organization’s direction, policies, and/or major programmes.

 

Programme Dates and Time:

Date: 6 – 7 November 2018 (Tuesday & Wednesday)

Time: 10am – 5pm

 

Venue:

The Harbourview (4 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong)

 

Language of Instruction:

English.(No SI service)

 
 

 

 

Sessions

 

The following programme is subjected to change and will be updated continuously up to the event. 

 

November 6, Day 1: Sub-theme: Looking inwards as Cultural Leaders
 

09.30-10.00: Registration and Breakfast Networking Session
 

10.00-10.20: Welcome Remarks

Ms Gail Crider, CEO, National Arts Strategies

Mr Paul Tam, Chairman of HKAAA & Executive Director of HK Ballet
 

10:20-11:40: Assess Own Assets & Vision for the Future

·      21stCentury Leaders: Who are we as leaders; what is our vision for the future; how might we get there?

 

11.40-13.00: Strategy & Driving Change

·      Why change? 

·      What do you and your organization do best?

 

13.00-14.30: Networking Lunch


14.30-15.30: International Insights: Sharing by Select International Summit Speakers

Guiding Question:  What partnerships have been most successful? Why?


15:30-15.50: Coffee Network (informal networking time with Summit speakers)

15.50-16.50: Building a Portfolio of Relationships as Leaders

·      Where to focus efforts?

·      What relationships are you building and why?

·      How many relationships can any individual and/or organization maintain (science/studies on this)?

·      What makes an alliance good or bad?

 

16:50-17:00: Intro Group Project for Day 2


November 7, Day 2: Sub-theme: What’s Next for Cultural Leaders

09.30-10.00: Registration and Breakfast Networking Session

10.00-11.20: Building Brand Strategy for Global Invasion

How cohesive is your brand? Can you say what it is in the time it takes to ride an elevator down 15 floors?

11:20–12:50: Group Project:  Formulate a 3-year Cultural Exchange Strategy (6 groups)

Each group (4-5 leaders in each) moves through a brainstorming/refinement cycle. Could also pull from this group into the Summit lunch share 


12:50 – 14:20: Networking Lunch


14.20 - 15.20: Group Presentations & Advisory Session (1)

Each team has up to 5 min to present followed by 10 min Q&A


15:20-15.30: Break

15.30-16.30: Group Presentations & Advisory Session (2)

 

16.30 – 17.00: What will you do next as individuals, organizations, region? and Closing Remarks

 

Optional programme:

It is important to have the fruition of the training shared with the public. On November 9, a luncheon with Gail Crider and Peter Frumkin, and a couple of "star" training participants will happen to review key thoughts/ideas that came out of the 2-day training. The luncheon will be held at 1pm to 2:30pm at the Atrium Lounge of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

 

 
 

 

Programme Fees:

2-Day Pass

Hong Kong Cultural Leaders 

HK$2,500 

HK$2,200 (HKAAA members)

 

Overseas Cultural Leaders

HK$4,500 

HK$4,200 (HKAAA members)
HK$4,500 

HK$4,200 (HKAAA members)
Additional $3,500 for 3 night stay of iclub Wan Chai Hotel

Additional $5,100 for 3 night stay at The Habourview.

 

The Programme will cover:

  • Programme tuition
  • Breakfast, buffet lunch and coffee break for 6 and 7 Nov 2018 

 

Application Process & Selection Criteria:

žApplicants must submit a completed online application on or before 26 Oct of 2018.

 

žAll applications will be processed and reviewed by a selection committee formed by HKAAA and NAS.  Applicants will be reviewed with regard to their qualifications, experience and career goals.  

 

žSelected participants will be contacted by HKAAA staff by 30 Oct 2018.

 

 
ESAL is a Summit Plus Programme. Cultural Leadership Summit is an annaul cultural event, with the theme of "Arts Touring & Cultural Tourism: New Markets, New Audiences, New Strategies" this year. The Summit will be held on 8 to 9 Nov at The Hong Kong Jockey Club Amphitheatre, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. For more details, please refer to www.hkaaa.org.hk/doc/27020
 
 
 
 

Transport

Flights- For flights information, please visit Hong Kong International Airport website.

Hong Kong is a compact city, getting around is quite easy. Fleets of taxis, buses, trams, ferries, complemented by the excellent Mass Transit Railway (MTR) underground system, will enable participants to travel between their hotels and other areas in the city, safely and conveniently.

 

MTR - MTR System Map

 

Taxi - Fare starts at HK$24.00 on flag fall (first 2 km) plus for every 200m onwards, HK$1.7 for meter fare below $83.5 and HK$1.2 for meter fare of HK$83.5 and above. Pay in HK$ only the fare shown on the meter plus any additional charges when applicable, e.g. luggage, tunnel tolls. Charges are displayed in the taxi. Passengers have to pay the two-way Cross-Harbour Tunnel Toll on cross-harbour trips.

 

Octopus Card - Make use of the Octopus Card, an electronic fare card that is accepted by almost all forms of public transport, and at many fast food chains and stores. On-Loan Octopus is refundable along with the HK$50 deposit (HK$9 handling fee for cards returned within three months).

 

Currency

The legal tender is the Hong Kong dollar (HK$), which is linked to the US dollar at a rate of about 7.78 HKD to 1 USD, although exchange rates may fluctuate slightly. 

 

Electricity

The voltage in Hong Kong is 220V, 50Hz. 3-rectangular-pin sockets are used and most hotels provide adaptors for electrical appliances.

 

Communications

International Calling Code

Dial +852 to call a Hong Kong number from overseas. There are no regional codes.

 

Internet Connection

Free WiFi service is available at HK International Airport. There is also Free GovWiFi service is in some government buildings including some public libraries. You can access the Internet for free at many coffee shops in town including Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Causeway Bay and Wan Chai. The service is also available in some MTR stations and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council' Business InfoCentre. (Check with the Hotel Concierge for a nearby location.) 

 

Time

Hong Kong Time observed at UTC+08:00 all year round

 

Language

Chinese (Cantonese is widely spoken) and English are the official languages of Hong Kong. All official signs are bilingual (using traditional characters). Most shops and restaurants also have English signage, but this may not be common in the more local or rural establishments. 

 

Emergencies

Emergency Telephone

In emergency situations, you can contact the local police, ambulance service, fire department and other emergency services by calling 999.

 

Lost passport

If you lose your passport, make a 'lost report' at the nearest police station. Then contact your consulate to have your passport replaced.

 

Lost or stolen wallet

If your wallet or valuables are lost or stolen, please notify your hotel immediately and report to police. Keep a separate record of your credit card number(s) and report the loss to your card issuer(s) as quickly as possible. Most issuers have toll-free numbers and 24-hour service to deal with such emergencies.

 

Weather

Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with distinct seasons. You can find detailed current and seasonal weather information at the Hong Kong Observatory website

 

Others

Sales Tax

There is no sales tax on goods and services in Hong Kong.

 

Smoking Restrictions

Smoking is prohibited in all indoor public places, including restaurants, karaokes, malls and bars. The smoking ban is also implemented on public transport carriers, public transport facilities and in both indoor and outdoor areas of some premises such as public beaches and swimming pools, escalators, Hong Kong Wetland Park. 

 

Environmental Levy Scheme on Plastic Shopping Bags

To reduce the use of plastic shopping bags, chain and large supermarkets, convenience stores, and personal health and beauty product stores are required to charge HK$0.50 for each plastic shopping bag provided to customers. 

 

For more information about Hong Kong, please click:  http://www.discoverhongkong.com.

 

 

 
 
 

Executive Seminar on Arts Leadership (hereafter “Summit”) is hosted by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association (hereafter “HKAAA”).

 

By joining the Summit, participants will be deemed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions contained hereinafter and HKAAA reserves the right to exclude any entry from the Summit at any time if it has reason to believe that a participant has breached the rules.

 

The HKAAA reserves the right to make the final decision in the event of any dispute. The HKAAA reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions and other arrangements without prior notice. In case of any dispute arising out of or in connection with this Summit, the decision of the HKAAA shall be final and conclusive.

 

HKAAA reserves the right on the final decision in all matters pertaining to the Summit. Any changes or contingent measures for the event will be posted on HKAAA’s website and Facebook.

 

Quotas will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

No refund is allowed after registration is completed. Registration fee paid for duplicated entries will not be refunded and places are not transferable.

 

HKAAA reserves the right to use any photographs and recordings taken during the Submit, for any purposes, including commercial advertising.

 

I grant permission and consent to the HKAAA to utilize my personal information, appearance, name and voice, in connection with the Summit in any and all media and agree to waive any right of inspection or approval associated thereto for the publicity of 2017 Cultural Leadership Summit that my appearance and name may be used in the website, video and publication of the HKAAA related to the Summit.

 

Personal Information Collection Statement: Any of the information collected from form and online registration as summit’s participant will be used for delivering the information including, but not limited to, the upcoming activities, discount, benefits, newsletters, online resources and other promotional activities provided by HKAAA and our partners. We respect your privacy and will not share information you give us about yourself with other organizations. If you would like to access/ correct your personal data or do not want to receive such information, please contact us.