Social Entreprenuers Meetup: Business Models for Sustainable Social Impact
27 Aug 2019 07:00pm - 09:00pm
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Social Entreprenuers Meetup: Business Models for Sustainable Social Impact

27 Aug 2019 07:00pm - 09:00pm

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It's no longer enough for a company to just be profitable, or even responsible.

New generations expect business to have a greater purpose – improve society and the environment, well beyond CSR. The SDGs demand private sector action at speed and at scale. For this, Creating Shared Value (CSV) is a compelling business approach and framework, defined by Harvard strategy authority Michael Porter, for companies to innovate products, services or profitable value chain models with measurable, scalable social impact.

The CSV movement is growing in Hong Kong, and there's high potential for collaboration between social change makers, impact ventures and Shared Value companies.

For this meetup, we're happy to have Martina Mok, Head of Programmes & Partnerships, Shared Value Project HK, share this concept with us, with local/regional examples including Nestlé and AIA, followed by a panel discussion joined by experience "Business for Good" professionals.


1. Introducing CSV
- Why old ways of working are unsustainable
- Differentiation of CSR CSV SE NGO (definition, visualisation)
- Quick examples - Nestle, AIA Vitality

2. Panel discussion
- Insights from CSR CSV SE NGO
- Complementarity
- Multidimensional assessment model

3. Public discussion


Martina Mok
Head of Programmes & Partnerships, Shared Value Project HK.
Cross-cultural, multilingual tri-sector partnership builder and PR specialist with experience in award-winning campaigns. Seven years of integrated strategic communications and media relations in the U.S. and Asia for corporate, technology, financial services, consumer and government clients as well as non-profits. Specialized in CSR and Shared Value strategy, with a passion for promoting social impact and broad knowledge of sustainable development. Well-versed in social media, website management and content design. Global citizen from Bangkok, Hong Kong, U.S. and London.

Andrew Huang
Andrew works as a Management Consultant for Accenture. Within Accenture, he co-leads the firm’s Corporate Citizenship team in Hong Kong, where he supports the firm’s key initiatives in addressing learning needs and employment gaps. Outside of Accenture, Andrew is part of Solerico Foundation, a local charity that finances projects to cut out fossil fuels, protect the environment, and boost socioeconomic development in Asia

Gary Fung
Gary is an athlete, strategy consultant and young social entrepreneur who believes in “Doing Good in Business” paths the way to the future business. Currently he is responsible to drive incubations and social innovation projects within and beyond New World Group. Gary held a view that Athlete’s potential is not confined to sports area. Instead, their qualities, connections and life skills acquired from sports training make them a high-flyer in the corporate world. To take the lead, Gary has co-founded OnBoard, a social enterprise under New World Development to provide support to athlete on their post-retirement career transition.

Andrew Tsui
Andrew is the co-founder of Rooftop Republic

Jessie Huang
Host of Social Entrepreneurs Meetup; Community Developer of WHub and Founder of Necessiti


In this special edition, we want to hear different approaches in creating social value no matter you are working in SE, NGO, corp or other institutions. See you soon on 27 August!


What is Creating Shared Value?
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About the venue: Ucommune

Ucommune is the leading co-working space provider in China offering a broad spectrum of services - shared office space, bespoke business services and solutions, and event spaces for enterprises, corporations, and SMEs. Ucommune has global presence servicing over 10,000+ enterprises and 400,000+ members.

It’s aim is to bring everyone together to achieve more.

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