Green & Smart Cities and Urbanisation Forum
The Pearl River Delta has been reinventing itself from a manufacturing hub to a melting pot for commerce and financial services. On behalf of the Shenzhen British Chamber of Commerce, Barry Wilson was recently invited as a specialist speaker in the Green & Smart Cities and Urbanisation Forum of the 2017 China (Guangdong) – Europe Investment and Cooperation Conference, sharing his views on how to build a future-proof city.
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Introduction of Other speakers in the Green & Smart Cities and Urbanisation Forum:
Massimo Bagnasco graduated in Architecture from the University of Genoa, Italy in 1996. He became the partner of Progetto CMR(Beijing) C0,.Ltd in January 2009. In 2017, he was selected as the Vice Chairman of EUCCC.
Claus Treppte is a visiting professor in architectural technology at Tongji University in Shanghai. He is the current chairman of BWA Commission and the President of Dekra Group.
Rocky is a 20-year project developer. Working as Director of Savills Property & Asset Management, he has participated in the managements of over 100 high-end projects spanning across Shenzhen, Xiamen, Fuzhou and Sanya etc.
Sankar S. Villupuram
Villupuram is Head of Business Development & IoT of JOS. He is responsible for the company’s Internet of Things (IoT) business practice and development.
With around 200 corporate members in Guangdong, the British Chamber of Commerce is one of the largest and most active foreign chambers of commerce operating in Guangdong. The BCC’s role is to promote and foster close business ties between Guangdong Province and the UK.
European Union Chamber of Commerce in China was founded in 2000 by 51 member companies that shared a goal of establishing a common voice for the various business sectors of the European Union and European businesses operating in China. It is a members-driven, non-profit, fee-based organisation with a core structure of 25 Working Groups and 7 Fora representing European business in China.