Hong Kong's rapidly-ageing society is expected to encompass one quarter of the population in the next two decades. The stakes, then, are understandably high for a city which has so far struggled to prepare itself for the silver tsunami.
How can business embrace this daunting reality to drive a new silver economy? We spoke to some of the sector's leading players to find out.
Colman Wong, CEO, Helping Hand
Joyce Mak, Founder, Gingko House
Kenneth She, CEO of Humansa, Head of Ageing and Wellness at New World Group
Pamela Leung, CEO, Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation
Lawrence Lui, Co-Founder, Longevity Design House
Patrick Cheung, Founder, Jade Club
Nathaniel Farouz, CEO, ORPEA China
Steven Chiu, Director, Active Global Specialised Caregivers Hong Kong
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