Disruptive technologies have demonstrated their ability to drive completely new business models as they displace earlier technologies. SwissCham ihas invited the members of FBCS to visit Fudan University and is cordially inviting you to explore different case studies of how disruptive technologies have affected business practices as a means of developing an intuition for how technology can change societal and business landscapes.

There will be a convergence of markets and industry as technologies blurs the lines that define conventional geographies, economies, industries, products and even private and business lives. As new technologies become accepted, companies will have the opportunity to exploit new revenue models and eventually whole new markets will be created as conventional business models are antiquated.

Big Data and business intelligence will enable organizations to gather quantifiable data on each area of the organization and analyze it in a way that yields information they can act on. These data analytics can help them enhance strategic decision-making, improve performance, mitigate risk and oftentimes even create new business models. This will create hyper competition in almost every field, and to the disruption and realignment of many industries.


  • 18:30-19:00 Registration & Light snack
  • 19:00-20:00 Keynote Speech
  • 20:00-20:15 Introduction of FEMBA
  • 20:15-20:45 Q&A


  • Michael Sung (Professor of Finance MBA at Fudan University)

    Michael Sung

    Professor of Finance MBA at Fudan University

    Adjunct Professor in Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

    Prof. Michael Sung is a technology venture builder and investor, with a specific focus on the AI and Blockchain industries. He is a founding partner of FinNX, cross-border investment bank platform and venture partner for Fundamental Labs, one of Asia’s top blockchain/crypto funds.
    Prof. Sung is founding co-director of the FISF Fintech Research Center at the Fanhai International School of Finance at Fudan University.
    In addition, Prof. Sung is focused on developing finance innovation policy as faculty at the Chinese Institute of Economics and Finance, a national-level think tank for central government. As such, Prof. Sung has served in numerous advisory roles over the years for the HK, Taiwan, and China governments on international tech transfer, innovation ecosystem building, and fintech policy for various top city and ministry-level officials.
    Prof. Sung is also the chairman of the steering committee for MIT Tech Review’s Emtech HK Conference. He has received various awards for technology entrepreneurship, including MIT Enterprise Forum’s Most Visionary Technology Award and Google’s Solve for X Prize. Prof. Sung received his Ph.D. in EECS at the MIT Media Lab/Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory as well as a graduate financial engineering degree from MIT Sloan Business School.

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