Hong Kong, October 26, 2017 – The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (the “Chamber”) is pleased to announce that Todd Handcock will be the new Chairman of the Chamber. As the Chairman, he will work with the Chamber’s board of directors to devise strategies and assist in providing resources to contribute to the strategic direction of the Chamber.
Todd Handcock is the APAC and EMEA President for Canadian B2B technology firm Kognitiv Corporation.
A Canadian citizen, Todd has over 20 years of regional experience, having lived and worked in Indonesia, Singapore, Japan and Hong Kong.
Prior to joining Kognitiv, Todd was the Asia Pacific Chief Executive Officer and Global Chief Marketing Officer of Williams Lea Tag, a DHL-owned business. His former executive roles include: APAC Chief Operating Officer for British Telecom; APAC Vice President for Descartes Systems Group; APAC Business Development Director and Indonesia Managing Director for Cott Corporation; and APAC Chief Marketing Officer and Vice President of Strategy for Equinix Corporation. In these roles, he drove the opening of new markets and launched several brands in the region. Todd’s career in Asia began as a Trade Consultant at the Canadian Embassy in Jakarta.
Meet the New Chairman
Members of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong are invited to meet the new Chairman at the Chairman’s Welcome Cocktail on November 3, 2017. If you are a member and would like to attend please register here>>
About the Chamber
Founded in 1977, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong is a proactive, non-government body that provides an extensive networking platform for members with business interests in Canada, Hong Kong, Mainland China, and the broader Asia-Pacific region. The Chamber is one of the largest Canadian business organizations outside of Canada, one of the leading and most active international chambers in Hong Kong, and an influential business group in Asia-Pacific. Like Canada itself, the Chamber’s strengths are built on the diversity of its members who range from blue-chip Canadian and well-known Hong Kong corporate names through to local startups.