Insights from some of Hong Kong’s leading ladies in the health and wellness industry
Have you ever wondered what it takes to turn something you love into a profitable business? After all, as Oprah famously said, “Do what you love and money will follow.” So, how can you make your passion project a thriving venture?
We’ve teamed up with our friends at Garage Society to host a tell-all panel event on Tuesday, 29th August, with some of Hong Kong’s leading women in health and wellness, so you can get the answers to these questions from the ladies who know best. Join us for an evening of honest and open conversation with these industry pioneers, and gain some great insight, tips and tricks for succeeding in the Hong Kong market.
From eco-friendly packaging and catering disposables, to the chicest athleisure and lifestyle brand in town, our panel features some of the most innovative minds in Hong Kong and beyond.
Charlotte Tsuei – Founder, Caelum Greene
Charlotte is an avid yogi with a passion for fashion who has worked with industry giants Christian Louboutin and Pure International. A former Sassy That Girl, Charlotte is the brains behind Caelum Greene, which combines two of her greatest interests – wellness and fashion.
Ceicy Wong – General Manager, Vegware Greater China
As the general manager of Vegware Greater China, Ceicy hopes to introduce a “new luxury” to Hong Kong – developing a company with the goal of improving human and environmental wellbeing.
Leora Caylor – Founder, The Wildery
The Wildery is all about exploring wellness for your whole being, and Leora embodies this ethos to the core, believing that true health is a “mind, body and spirit thing.” After years of informal study in health and wellness, she began her training in integrative and naturopathic oncology and continues to further her education with the Nutritional Therapy Association.
Mia Williams – Founder, Tizzy Shots
Founder Mia is a scientist, wife and mother of two who created Tizzy Shots after recognising Hong Kong’s lack of easy-to-consume healthful products. She’s had a stint as a researcher at MIT, so you can bet she knows just what she’s talking about when it comes to the science behind this delicious elixir.
When: Tuesday, 29th August 2017, 7pm to 9pm
Where: Garage Society (QRC), 19/F, 299 Queen’s Road Central, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
How Much: Free! Simply register for a ticket here.