InnoXcell conference in Hong Kong in April 2014 Part 1

These photographs below were taken at the InnoXcell Big Data Symposium in Hong Kong in April 2014. It is, I appreciate, a little late to be publishing photographs of an event which took place so long ago. My excuse, if such be needed, is that I did a lot of events back to back in the early part of last year and accumulated more photographs and videos than I had time to deal with. We got the videos out reasonably quickly and I have now been spurred to do the photographs as part of a belated review of the year.

This page contains photographs of a dinner and discussions which took place on the evening before the conference. The main event was a judicial discussion, moderated by Menachem Hasofer of Mayer Brown JSM. The judges were Senior Assistant Registrar (as he then was) Yeong Zee Kin of Singapore, Judge David Harvey of Auckland in New Zealand, and Registrar Lung of Hong Kong.

A second panel included Laura Kibbe, now of Morgan Lewis, Sophia Yip of CBRE and John Witts of BNP.

The opening few pictures are of Jeffrey Teh of InnoXcell. InnoXcell is running a three-day event in Hong Kong this year from 14-16 April, called the Asia Symposium 2015.

These are for reference rather than works of art. As with many conference venues, the platform was dark, and the yellow cast defeated the best efforts of Photoshop. This did nothing to dampen the event itself which was very good.

The photographs of the main event can be found here. Videos which we made while we were there can be found here.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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