ExpiredEmTech Hong Kong – June 6-7, 2017

EmTech Hong Kong
  • EmTech Hong Kong
    June 6, 2017 - June 7, 2017
    08:30 - 18:30

EmTech is the annual global emerging technologies conference hosted by MIT Technology Review, the world’s oldest and most respected technology publication since 1899. This unique event has grown into a global community which runs in the United States, Europe, South America, India, Singapore and Hong Kong. It is the world’s most important conference on emerging technologies that matter.

EmTech is a community, a network, and a meeting place for business leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, and change makers worldwide who are passionate about turning ideas into innovative solutions and addressing major global issues. Join us in 2017 for two days of intelligent conversation as we bring MIT Technology Review’s editorial content to life.

The world’s most influential leaders and innovators are coming to EmTech Hong Kong. Get inspired and hear from those who are driving the next generation of technological breakthroughs and changing the world.

MIT Technology Review finds and explains the significance of the new technologies that are disrupting existing industries, creating entirely new markets, and changing society. The EmTech series of events bring that editorial content to life. EmTech Hong Kong is an access point to the most innovative people and companies in Asia and the world, all in a program that will challenge and inspire you.

As you read these lines, we are tapping the rich diversity of the tech community to gather experts who will give you the inside track on disrupting technologies and business approaches that are creating new markets and changing our society.


Venue Website:

1 Expo Drive, Wan Chai, Hong Kong


The iconic architecture of the HKCEC stands proudly on the waterfront of Hong Kong’s world-famous Victoria Harbour. This is more than simply a breath-taking location – it also places the Centre right at the heart of the city, within the Central Business District. Not only does the harbour location provide a spectacular backdrop to events but it also means Hong Kong’s Central Business District and the best of the city is on the Centre’s doorstep – and it’s a vibrant city packed full of colour and life.

Accessibility is a key advantage: visa-free access for nationals of around 170 countries and regions; half the world’s population within a five-hour flight; around 1,000 flights daily to and from some 170 destinations worldwide, including 50 Mainland China cities.

Visitor can walk to the HKCEC from the MTR Wanchai Station or Wanchai ferry pier within 10 minutes; for more information on how to get to HKCEC, please visit their website.