Social mobility: Does the younger generation stand a chance?

In a stagnant economy such as Hong Kong, with a struggling job market and a lack of senior positions, the key to breaking the social mobility shackles is to develop new industries and create new jobs. By grooming and enhancing the skills of young people, they could potentially become the future business leaders in another 10 to 15 years. What can be done now to help create upward mobility for Hong Kong's future young generation?

Witness a clash of convictions set to shape your views on:

•        igniting the aspiration to drive one’s future amongst young people to achieve social mobility

•        overcoming the challenges of cultural and social changes and competition while heading "north"