About Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong

The Shared Value Project is leading the development of Shared Value in Hong Kong through advocacy, a knowledge repository, peer to peer sharing, and practice. As part of the Shared Value Initiative global network, we aim to align profit with purpose and harness the strengths of big business to address complex social issues in Hong Kong and regionally. We promote the competitive advantages gained by strategically aligning business to create social impact. The business case for shared value creation (as defined in Michael Porter and Mark Kramer’s HBR article) is compelling. As a corporate-funded not for profit, Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong will provide a partnership platform and facilitate tri-sector collaboration on projects of common interest. Leading the development /adoption of shared value creation by example, our first initiatives will be in the areas of HK’s mental health and Youth Development, and we will shortly be scoping the projects. The goal is to create sustainable, scalable business opportunities that at the same time address factors that otherwise contribute to large scale social issues.

2020

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Introducing the Purpose Playbook FSG and the Shared Value Initiative publish the Purpose Playbook to help companies better understand what it means to have a purpose-led organization, what makes a purpose worth having, and how to deliver on the promise of that purpose by focusing on shared value.

2017

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At the door of Mainland China Shared Value Project Hong Kong is founded to engage companies in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area, South China.  

2015

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Continuous Expansion The global movement expands further with the creation of Shared Value Initiative India, in one of the fastest-growing economies in the world.  

2015

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The Sustainable Development Agenda The United Nations adopts the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and explicitly call on the business community to play a role in addressing the world’s greatest challenges.

2015

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Doing Well by Doing Good Fortune publishes the inaugural “Change the World” list which celebrates and shines a spotlight on companies that have made significant progress in addressing major social challenges as a part of their core business strategy.

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