Blockchain for Business Executives Programme

The objective of this programme is to provide the participants with a broad understanding of blockchain as a technology and also as a business transformation enabler. Substantial amount of time will be devoted to discussing how blockchain is deployed and the potential pitfalls. Attention is given to address management issues such risk, data privacy, and system scalability. By discussing some successful use cases in different industries, participants will gain insight into how a successful deployment looks like so that they can formulate their own deployment strategy that is relevant to their own organisation.

Upon completion of the programme, the participants are expected to be able to:

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Faculty:     Dr. KC Tsui, Chief Operating Officer, CryptoBLK
Dates: 10 & 11 Nov 2021
Medium of Instruction: English / Chinese
CUHK Business School Town Centre (Central) or Live virtual class (Zoom)
Programme Fee: HK$15,500
Alumni rate:  
CUHK/CUSCS/APIB Alumni can enjoy a 15% discount on the programme fee
Limited-time Offers:
30% discount for first-time applicants or applicants without any enrollment in the past 12 months*
20% discount for all applicants enrolling in the second course within 12-month period*

"Every leader needs to be a Digital Leader in the Digital Economy."  
Other programmes in the Digital Leadership Series for Executives

Phone: (852) 3943 4413

The programme has been applied to be included in the list of registered public courses under the  "Reindustrialisation  and  Technology Training Programme" (RTTP) - funding scheme under the Innovation and Technology Fund. Companies interested in applying for RTTP training grant (two-thirds of programme fee for each eligible participant) for their employee(s) to attend this programme should apply via the online system at least two weeks before the commencement of the programme. 

*The offers cannot be used in conjunction with other promotional privileges and do not apply to those companies applied for the RTTP funding scheme.