Forum for Executive Women


The Forum for Executive Women (FEW) was established in 2008 as a network for a select group of executive women from diverse occupations and corporations to discuss strategic and operational issues. FEW was founded and is managed by Maura Fallon who has substantial experience in creating and running peer group forums. In this invitation-only forum, members are women who are the CEO/President/head of the region or report to that person. FEW meets 6 times a year in a closed-door environment.
At the meetings, each member gives an update on her concerns, followed by a presentation on a topic previously selected by the forum.
Discussion topics include:

  • Regional Economic Outlook – Opportunities & Risks
  • How to Manage a Global Company in Market Volatility
  • Can China Maintain Momentum in Business and Beyond?
  • Not Afraid of Failure: Lessons from Taking Leadership on Boards in Asia
  • Politics and Governance
  • Economics. Culture. And the Economics of Culture
  • Dream. Act. Eradicate Poverty. It Really is Possible
  • Marketing Reinvention Via Social Media
  • Hong Kong Economic Outlook – Opportunities & Risks
  • Asia Property Markets: A Fine Balancing Act and Future Direction
  • Carbon foot printing in Practice: Li & Fung update
  • Mergers, Acquisitions, and Joint Ventures
  • Branding
  • Urbanization and Business
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Sustainable Investing
  • Innovation: Making it Happen Within a Corporation
  • Organization, processes, culture and people: strategy and hands-on execution
  • China Business Update
  • Pay TV and media industries
  • Technology: Planning and Preparing to Technological Evolution

Testimonials for FEW:
Sheila Chuang
Carmen Ling
Jennifer Meehan

Annual Fee: US$3,500
Meetings in 2012: 
January 13, March 30, May 25, August 31, October 5, December 7

For more information:
Maura Fallon, 
Forum Director
Tel. +852-2522-6071