Luxury & Retail Committee

The Committee represents and promotes the collective interests of the luxury and retail industry in Hong Kong, including luxury brands, food & beverage, hospitality and consumer goods. 

The Committee shares relevant best practice and provides support and advice within the Committee. To be at the forefront of change, addressing topics that concern industry professionals including inviting influential speakers to meetings and selecting relevant reports/finding to discuss.

The Committee aims to educate & innovate by contributing to the Chamber’s programme of events by actively suggesting speakers and topics on key issues and trends that arise in the luxury and retail industry. The Committee also acts as a great business and social forum for members to network and meet other industry leaders.

Join the Committee

Paul Redmayne-MouradChairBonhamsRead moreRead lessPaul is Head of Sales at Bonhams. After graduating from King’s College London, he began working at Cartier and has since held senior positions in a number of top international jewellery houses in London, Paris and now Hong Kong in a career that has spanned over 17 years. Highly experienced with UHNWIs, his expertise lies in sales, marketing, branding and business development. Paul also sits on the British Chamber’s General Committee.
Elisa HarcaVice ChairRed Ant AsiaRead moreRead lessElisa Harca, regional director of Red Ant Asia, a digital experience & technology company. Red Ant is headquartered in the UK, with offices in Shanghai & Hong Kong. Red Ant works primarily with retailers e.g. ASOS, The Cambridge Satchel Company, Moncler, Browns Fashion, Police, The Arcadia Group, Thomas Pink, ghd, Swatch, Calvin Klein etc. Red Ant provides companies with support covering the digital landscape, be it websites, mobile applications or social media. Elisa has more than 14 years' experience working in North America, Europe, and most recently Asia. She is a regular speaker at industry events including The HUB and UKTI's GREAT Weeks. Whilst living in the New York, she started her own events fashion company – uniting independent fashion designers with international female DJs.
Emily WeirChamber RepresentativeThe British Chamber of Commerce in Hong KongRead moreRead lessEmily is responsible for the overall marketing strategy and external communications of the British Chamber. This requires communicating effectively through the Chamber’s digital platforms, and various publications that the Chamber compiles which include 'Britain in Hong Kong', the Chamber's bi-monthly magazine and the annual ‘British Business’ membership directory. She also looks after the Luxury & Retail, Innovation & Technology and Marcomms committees. Emily has over five year’s international experience in marketing and communications for globally recognized brands and agencies.
Alice ChanMemberUKTIRead moreRead lessAlice Chan is the Consumer Sector Lead for UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) at the British Consulate-General in Hong Kong. She supports UK businesses to export their products and services to Hong Kong and Macao, and focuses particularly on the luxury, retail, and food and drink sectors. Prior to joining UKTI in 2014, Alice was a full-time editor, most recently at Edipresse Media as Features and Online Editor at Home Journal, and Assistant Regional Editor at Hong Kong Tatler. Her work has also been published in The Independent, Luxe City Guides and Time Out Hong Kong.
Tiffany ConleyMemberBaker McKenzieRead moreRead lessAs an Associate with Baker McKenzie’s Intellectual Property Practice, Tiffany manages the intellectual property portfolios of a number of well-known Fashion, Luxury and Beauty brands. She has published several articles, given presentations and advised a broad range of clients including those in the Luxury, Fashion and Beauty industry on trade mark protection and enforcement strategies throughout Africa and the Asia Pacific.
Tamsin NugentMemberRed T GroupRead moreRead lessHong Kong born Tamsin Nugent is an art specialist who has been connecting people to art for 15 years. Heading up Red T Group, Tamsin’s main interest is to innovate processes within the art world to increase impact and convenience for both clients and artists. In 2004, she founded the Red T Space in Beijing; a gallery for emerging contemporary Chinese art, Affordable Art Beijing and Red T Music. She was the inaugural director of Ben Brown Fine Arts in Hong Kong, launching the Andre Fu designed space and exhibiting artists such as Ron Arad, Candida Höfer and Pablo Picasso. She spent time in Melbourne as director of Art Melbourne and co founder of The Art Recruiter, a global recruitment firm for the art world. She is currently building the world's first digital platform for customised fine art work targeting luxury design; Red T Multiples. She is fluent in Mandarin, has 4 international gold medals for rowing and lives in Hong Kong with her husband and two adorable sons.