In view of the current situation in the city, Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC) announced today the cancellation of this year’s Business of Design Week (BODW) Summit (2-7 December 2019).
We would like to sincerely apologise to our attendees, speakers, sponsors, partners and supporters for the inconvenience caused. At the same time, we would like to thank everyone for their effort and support.
For participants who have bought a ticket for BODW, our team will contact you shortly about refund arrangements. We appreciate your continued support, and look forward to welcoming you to our next BODW.
For enquiries, please email email@example.com or call (852) 31518900.
BODW CityProg (CityProg) is a citywide creative business and community activation programme with an aim to engage the public at different ages, foster collaboration with local businesses & brands, activate and connect local creative communities, enhance public space, as well as encourage inspiration and design to take root in the community.
As an extension of Business of Design Week (BODW) organised by Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC), CityProg acts as a platform to facilitate exchange between Hong Kong and the BODW partner country/city, design and business, local and overseas designers and the general public via various engaging programmes that celebrate design value and design thinking with its peak from Nov to Dec each year and major happenings during BODW period, i.e. 30 Nov – 8 Dec 2019.
Since its debut in 2018, CityProg has been organised by HKDC with Create Hong Kong of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region being the Lead Sponsor.
Hong Kong Design Centre
01 Nov - 31 Dec
Open to the public since 1897, Tate is one of the world’s leading art institutions and among the most visited in the United Kingdom. It consists of a network of four museums: Tate Britain and Tate Modern in London, Tate Liverpool, and Tate St Ives in Cornwall. The four museums share a national collection of British art from 1500 to the present and international modern and contemporary art, comprising more than seventy thousand items. Tate, like many museums, has in recent years transformed itself in order to remain relevant in the twenty-first century, refurbishing and extending Tate Britain and Tate Modern, launching the Tate Exchange collaborative learning programme, and organising international partnerships and collaborations. In this upcoming M+ Matters | Keynote, Maria Balshaw, Director of Tate, discusses the significance of these projects and the institution’s overall strategy in the context of a global sociopolitical climate that is shifting more rapidly than ever. More broadly, she explores the challenges and opportunities facing museums as they strive to continue to find a balance between reflecting current situations and remaining impartial, inclusive, and open.
07 Dec - 07 Dec
A week-long curated exhibition of 10 of Asia’s most outstanding fashion designers, celebrating innovation, cutting-edge design and remarkable craftsmanship by displaying capsule collections.
The designers are shortlisted by a nomination panel of industry practitioners and be carefully chosen by a selection panel of international experts; these designers will represent the vitality and diversity of the region and attract a new crew of fashion influencers to Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Design Centre
03 Dec - 10 Dec
Fashion Challenges Forum aims to spark dialogue and ignite inspiration amongst various members of the global fashion community. The business of fashion is changing at an unprecedented rate on local, regional and global levels. New breed of creative visionaries and entrepreneurs must forge ahead, while challenging norms in retail, consumer engagement, image making and global branding.
Conceived with a holistic approach that embraces the entire fashion ecosystem, the forum connects brand executives, designers, entrepreneurs, image makers, merchandisers, buyers, marketers, strategists and leaders from various fields to provide actionable insights and innovative ideas for businesses as they navigate fashion’s ever-changing landscape.
Hong Kong Design Centre
04 Dec - 05 Dec
Global Design Network (GDN) was inaugurated in 2005 in Hong Kong. It is a Hong Kong-based design promotional body which is supported by a strong international membership network. GDN members comprise influential design-related associations located in Hong Kong and overseas countries, and the size grows every year.
Under the auspices of the Hong Kong Federation of Design Associations (FHKDA), GDN organizes an annual Symposium concurrently to Business of Design Week (BODW). During the Symposium, GDN members converge in Hong Kong to connect, communicate, get inspired and acquire the latest update on the global design industry development.
Global Design Network
PolyU Design | HKDC
03 Dec - 03 Dec
09:30 - 17:00