HongKong

IAAPA Asia Pacific

June Ko

Learning to be a leader is a lifelong process.

Every day is a new day and I’m always learning different things. This year, it’s more evident that what we think of as “normal” won’t work; but that’s ok.

I’ve always thought I have had bad luck – I haven’t had the same lifelong friend, or lived in the same house for over 30 years. Growing up, my family moved every couple of years, which meant changing school, friends, and environment was normal for me. Little did I know it was a luxury to be exposed to so many different cultures and changes.

In fact, it turns out that my seemingly “bad luck” is the luckiest thing for me to lean on during turbulent times. It became second nature for me to pivot, to change, to move ahead. And although I’m still trying to learn how to improve my skill set, I feel blessed to be powered by these learnings. Disruption gives me energy and promise of a better tomorrow.

I have learned in times of distress and turbulence, you need to focus on yourself. You need to learn, connect, and make the most of today. Now more than ever, it is time to focus on personal learning to help prepare for the future. In our busy lives, we often work hard to meet deadlines, and forget about focusing on our own learning and taking time to look inside ourselves. That is why we work hard at IAAPA to provide memorable learning experiences for our members. We put you first, always.

IAAPA’s first Virtual Expo showcases prominent global exhibitors with their very best product and services, global speakers providing important educational content, and meaningful networking connections to you. This inaugural event is complimentary for all IAAPA members. We are here to help you prepare for your future. 

Let’s connect and learn together and continue to build one of the world’s strongest industries. IAAPA is here for you and together we already have what it takes: each other.

Learn more about IAAPA Virtual Expo: Asia.

IAAPA update regarding COVID-19

As the global COVID-19 situation continues to spread rapidly, concern for member health and safety remains top of mind. IAAPA continues to monitor the situation closely and provide updates on the IAAPA Member COVID-19 Resource Center. This page includes links to World Health Organization (WHO) and Asia Pacific region resources, along with information about complimentary IAAPA member resources, including the IAAPA Security Advisory Program, the IAAPA Crisis Communications Plan Template, IAAPA COVID-19 Webinars, and more.

IAAPA members in need of immediate assistance should contact June Ko or Joey Zhang directly.

IAAPA Expo Asia 2020 postponement

Hong Kong Office
Level 15, Zoroastrian Building, 101 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Phone
+852/2538 8799
Shanghai Office
Room 2019, HKRI Center Tower 2, 288 Shimen 1st Road, Jing’an District, Shanghai, China
Phone
+86 21/8033 7435

Upcoming Events

10
November

Webinar: How to Build a Healthy and Effective Team

Region
IAAPA Asia Pacific
Venue
Online
CEUs
1
Education
Members  $0
Non-Members  n/a
7 - 10
June

IAAPA Expo Asia 2021

Region
IAAPA Asia Pacific
Venue
In-Person
CEUs
None
IAAPA Expos

IAAPA Asia-Pacific Staff

June Ko

June Ko

Executive Director and Vice President, Asia Pacific Operations IAAPA
+852/2538 8266
Chris Lo, Director, Exhibitions, Conferences & Sales

Chris Lo

Director, Exhibitions, Conferences and Sales (APAC)
+852 2538 8277
Joey Zhang

Joey Zhang

Director, China Office
+86 21/8033 7435
Kelly Lau, Manager, Education and Program Planning

Kelly Lau

Manager, Education and Program Planning
+852 2538 9299
Fiona Ho

Fiona Ho

Membership and Events Manager
+852 2538 8038
Ceylon Chan, Membership Coordinator

Ceylon Chan

Membership Coordinator
+852 2538 8799
IAAPA Staff Cyrus Cheung

Cyrus Cheung

Sales Representative (APAC)
+852 2539 0977
Yelin Ma

Yelin Ma

Associate, Marketing and Communications
+86 21 8033 7438
Christina Hung

Christina Hung

Administrative Executive
+852 2539 0004