THE Hong Kong branch of the International Association of Students in Economics and Business Management, otherwise popularly known by its acronym AIESEC, will hold its annual Business Information Day (BID) starting Thursday. AIESEC is represented by four committees in the territory - the University of Hong Kong (HKU), Chinese University (CU), the University of Science and Technology and Baptist College. AIESEC-HK has held the event for the past 14 years. It provides career information of the private sector to all final year students in tertiary institutions. This year, the commencement of BID '93 will be marked by an opening ceremony at 1 pm on Thursday at the atrium of the University of Science and Technology. Legislative Councillor Emily Lau Wai-Hing will be the guest-of-honour. The BID '93 exhibition will be held from 10 am to 5 pm on November 2, 3 and 5 on the campuses of the CU, Baptist College and HKU, respectively. Leading company executives from various businesses will talk about careers in their respective fields. The participating firms include the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, Banque Nationale de Paris, Price Waterhouse, Prudential Assurance, Ernst and Young, Cathay Pacific Airways and American Express. BID '93 is open to all students, and the AIESEC-HK also welcomes the public.