The 996 Show – Stories from Data Pioneers in China | ACBC Vic

12 Nov 2021

The Australia China Business Council is excited to launch The 996 Show – Stories from Data Pioneers in China, with this inaugural event, highlighting the perspectives of pioneers in China’s tech and data sector.

All eyes are on China as it emerges as a global leader in the technology industry – a key driver of its economic growth. With the rapid pace of technological and scientific innovation, along with ever-changing governance over data collection and the cyber realm, China’s digital ecosystem is increasingly competitive and complex.

Hosted by digital & data transformation expert Christopher Kong, you will hear real-world perspectives directly from industry pioneers in this virtual fireside chat. Cutting through the noise to reveal the latest trends and cutting-edge advancements coming out of China in the world of data, tech, and innovation.

This event will cover topics such as how ‘western’ frameworks (such as OKRs) are being applied in China, how Chinese companies are driving agility and speeding up the ‘evolution wheel’ at scale through digital transformation. It will be a must-attend for all forward-thinking, tech-focused professionals and China watchers across all industries.

The interactive session will include polling and a Q&A session.


Date: Thursday 25 November 2021

Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm AEDT (Melbourne time)

Platform: Zoom – Fireside chat

Cost: FREE




Registration will close one hour before the event starts or when sold out.

The Zoom link will be sent to the email you register with before the event in a separate email. Please check your junk folder.

This online event will be recorded and use the Zoom Q&A function to moderate audience questions.

While ACBC is the facilitator of this event, the information and insights provided at this event are not provided by ACBC.

ACBC excludes any liability in respect of the information and insights provided and attendees rely on and use the information and insights provided at their own risk.

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