New Perspective for Career Development: Decoding BusineSS – Start and Sustain Business Growth

Alumni Events and Activities New Perspective for Career Development: Decoding BusineSS – Start and Sustain Business Growth

Coming next in the New Perspective for Career Development online talk series will be ‘Decoding BusineSS – Start and Sustain Business Growth’. Experienced entrepreneur alumnus Dr Kevin Chan is cordially invited to share his experience on how to sustain business growth at times of adversity.


Alumnus Dr Kevin Chan Lai-sin     Bachelor of General Studies, Master of Business Administration
Chairman & Executive Director of Lai Group Holding Company Limited
Founder of Design Information Centre
Chairman & Founder of Hong Kong Famous Designers Association
Founder of Smartwill Education Centre

Starting a business is hard, but it's even more challenging to have it sustained. While courage and determination are key to start a business, more ingredients are needed for running the business and sustaining its growth. Dr Chan founded the Design Information Centre in 1996 and has been providing interior design and fitting-out services in Hong Kong for over 20 years. It was listed on the HKEX under Lai Group Holding Company Limited in 2017. Back then, Dr Chan had a steady job in the Government but he aimed at a brighter future and always hoped for self-enhancement. He determined to walk out of his comfort zone and joined the decorations and design industry, and the rest is history. From employee to employer, how did he make his business stand out in a crowd with his management knowledge and innovative mindset? Facing the difficulties and challenges through the years, how did he overcome those adversities and strive hard to sustain his business?


Alumna Ms CPui Lo     BBA in Management

CPui works in the online marketing field. Having genuine interest in performing arts and radio broadcasting, she is also a radio DJ and occasionally works as an MC and voice talent.


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Organizer: Alumni Affairs Unit, Public Affairs Office

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