HONG KONG–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Lynk, pioneer of the Knowledge-as-a-Service (KaaS) industry, is actively engaged with the World Economic Forum’s Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution to foster the revolution’s technological advancements and benefits.
The Centre brings together governments, leading companies, civil society and experts from around the world to co-design and pilot innovative approaches to the policy and governance of new technologies. Lynk’s Co-Founder and CEO, Peggy Choi, asserts, “Our network of experts represents diverse and credible perspectives, contributing to frameworks and agendas necessary to facilitate the exponential advancements in technology.”
Peggy will be speaking for her second consecutive year at the upcoming Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2019 (1-3 July) in Dalian, China. This year she will share insights on China’s recent outward innovation, given the rapid developments in China’s very own technological revolutions. She will explore the pressing question of “How is a new generation of Chinese companies embedding outward-facing innovation and globalization in their DNA?”
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Peggy’s topic serves as a vital dialogue starter for understanding how the adoption and innovation of technology can enable emerging economies to evolve through the Fourth Industrial Revolution equitably while continuing to scale globally. Peggy stresses the most critical gene at Lynk: “If a company has a global vision, it is pivotal to start with global DNA from day one.”
Peggy will also discuss how the new generation of Chinese companies is born with a global ambition of innovating outwards by leveraging a global network, in comparison to earlier generations of Chinese business that only expanded abroad after achieving domestic success. She shares her experiences as an innovator in the technology space, having the dynamic experience of leading Lynk onto the global map, with clients such as the world’s leading corporates, investment houses, consultancies, startups, governments, and institutions.
Having tripled revenue since 2018, Lynk is a leading technology company developing a human intelligence network and is excited to make its impact upon the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Tune in for Peggy’s Hub Session and Panel Discussion next Tuesday (2 July) at the upcoming Forum, where she will highlight the fundamental and competitive components that enable organizations to innovate outwards. To learn more, visit www.lynk.global.