Gaëlle Loiseau

Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong

With 20 years global experience in the luxury goods industry, Gaëlle is passionate about the positive impact the private sector can have on society and believes CSV can pave the way for new business models.

Gaëlle’s extensive marketing and business development background includes roles in New York, Europe and Asia with the last eight years spent working in Hong Kong. Employed by brands such as Lanvin, Lancôme and Christofle, she later focused on sustainability when supporting innovative luxury brands enter the Greater China market. She also did some work on the Circular Economy in the luxury goods industry.

A graduate of EMLYON (Lyon Graduate School of Business), Gaëlle has also recently completed a course in Business Sustainability Management from Cambridge University. Focused on helping companies identify their own Shared Value business models, Gaëlle hopes to help accelerate the CSV movement and cross-sector collaboration in the Greater Bay Area.

Gordon Watson

Founding Chair, Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong & CEO, AXA Asia

Gordon Watson is the founding Chair, Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong and a Director of Shared Value Project (Australasia). He is the Chief Executive Officer of AXA Asia and a member of the Management Committee of AXA Group. Gordon has a MBA and is both a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute and the Society of Marketing.

Prior to joining AXA, he was with AIG/AIA for over thirty years most recently as Regional Chief Executive responsible for AIA Group’s operations in Hong Kong & Macau, Australia, the Philippines, Vietnam and New Zealand as well as the Group’s Corporate Solutions, Healthcare, Partnership and AIA Vitality businesses.

Bosco Law

Deputy Chairman & CEO

Bosco Law is the Deputy Chairman and CEO of LAWSGROUP, where he leads and oversees the Group’s global operations and development strategies in Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Retail & Branding, and Property Investments. The Group currently employs more than 25,000 staff in 15 countries and regions.

In 2012, Bosco initiated and led the revitalization project of D2 Place, the first revitalized shopping mall-cum-office complex in Hong Kong, in which he inaugurated a “6-Step Entrepreneurship Model” as part of the Group’s Creating Shared Value (CSV) initiatives. Thousands of young entrepreneurs, local designers, and other creative parties were nurtured and benefited from D2 Place, fostering their development across the city.

The success of Bosco’s business model was further recognized by Our Hong Kong Foundation with the Grand Award at Business for Social Good Award 2017, followed by different awards and accolades in CSV, branding and property development.

Rachel Wong

Director of Global Talent Solutions

Rachel is currently the Director of Global Talent Solutions at AIESEC Hong Kong Limited, a global youth-led organisation that facilitates leadership development through cross-cultural exchanges.

As a local branch in Hong Kong, we have been activating leadership since 1967 and we are present in seven local universities in Hong Kong. Rachel is keenly interested in the field of talent sourcing and human resources management. She has two years of experience in talent sourcing, sales and business development for corporates.

In the past years, she facilitated the global talent sourcing for several start-ups, MNCs and not-for-profit organisations in Hong Kong


Dorothy Lam

Co-Founder & Chief Catalyst
Dream Impact

With a multi-dimensional background in emerging technology, social innovation and community arts in New York City, Berlin & Abu Dhabi, Dorothy leads with new perspectives of how businesses can integrate creative and alternative solutions to solve today’s social issues. She has worked with the UNICEF Office of Innovation and founded other ventures prior to Dream Impact.

Cinitia Nunes

Chief of Strategy & Growth
Dream Impact

Cintia leads the strategy for Dream Impact 2.0, covering vision, brand, business, community and team growth. She has intensive experience in insights generation to business application and in developing marketing and sales strategies. Her experience at MNC and Series A+ startups provide an additional perspective on how social solutions can potentially scale to deepen impact.

Martina Mok

Head of Programmes & Partnerships
Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong

As Head of Programmes & Partnerships, Martina manages member services and builds tri-sector partnerships to promote the adoption of Shared Value. She brings wide-ranging expertise in communications, Shared Value, corporate social responsibility and social innovation. Martina’s experience includes award-winning PR campaigns in Asia Pacific and the U.S.

Martina is passionate about catalysing sustainable change through a business-led, cross-sector approach. She is a global citizen who has lived in Bangkok, Hong Kong, the U.S. and London, and can most likely be found at the next social innovation or sustainability talk in town.

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Per Dahlberg

B Corp Consultancy Group Hong Kong

Per has 20+ years of experience in starting up and growing technology companies as well as ICT industry groups to positions of market leadership in Asia.

Through this journey in innovation, fast growing tech companies and community building – and equipped with a toolbox of Agile and Design Thinking – his focus has over the last few years moved from driving shareholder value to maximising positive impact to all stakeholders through the B Corp movement: a network of purpose-driven companies committed to using business as a force for good.

Per is the co-founder of the newly established B Corp Consulting Group in Hong Kong.

Alix Farquhar

Client Director

An experienced change consultant and facilitator, Alix is passionate about making organisational change which has a positive impact on people’s lives and encourages conscious business.

Alix is qualified in techniques such as Technology of Participation, Leadership Development Framework Assessment and Leading for the Emerging Future, and has a solid record of implementing strategic change. She has over 15 years experience of working with clients across industries to drive large-scale transformation in the financial services, legal and charity sectors. In roles with Deloitte, ANZ Bank and Baker & McKenzie law firm, Alix was focussed on areas including CSR, collaborative development, alignment of culture and strategy, behavioural change and organisation design.

At BRIDGE, which was founded in 1990 at the University of Cambridge, Alix is using her experience to help create the organisations of the future and influence the mindset of tomorrow’s leaders. She is also a health coach.

Kelvin Lee

Deputy Director
Enactus Hong Kong

Kelvin is the Deputy Director of Enactus Hong Kong. Graduated from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2020, he majored in Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance. Similar to his batchmates, he interned in corporates for pure business world.

In his final year, he went to Silicon Valley and won the Intuit Global Innovation Challenge. In the Challenge, he linked up more than 20 Small Businesses from different places such as Indonesia, Hawaii and Canada and allied them to survive under natural disasters within 24 hours. After that experience, he decided to pursue his career in social innovation to make more impacts on society.

His expertise lies in empowering university students to create their own business for sustainable impacts to tackle problems under the 17 SDGs proposed by the UN. He is overseeing 20+ social innovation projects in Hong Kong for 10 tertiary educations, and topics include sustainability, elderly, poverty etc.

Benita Chick

Founder & CEO
Encompass HK

Having worked for a wide range of education, NGO and think-tank institutions, Benita has abundant experience in working with people of diverse background and culture and has a wealth of expertise in community outreach and social innovation. Previously she has served in Youth Arch Foundation, Earthwatch Institute and MWYO.

In 2018, she founded Encompass HK, a social enterprise to promote Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a focus on SDG 3 Wellness, SDG 5 Gender Equality and SDG 12 Responsible Consumption. Her other community commitments include serving as a Board Member of AIDS Concern Hong Kong, Education Director of Pink Alliance, Mentor for RESOLVE Foundation and Admission Interviewer for UWCLPC.

Hong Kong Shared Good Values

Launched in 2016, Hong Kong Shared Good Values (HKSGV) is a movement inspired by “creating shared value” (CSV), a business concept that Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer introduced in Harvard Business Review. CSV is not about redistribution and donation, but a new way for companies to achieve economic success while improving social and environmental conditions in the regions where their businesses operate.

Anchoring on its motto “reconnecting economic success with social progress”, HKSGV aims to promote “Do Good, Do Well” business concepts in Hong Kong through organising education initiatives, corporate training, knowledge exchange summits and network building events. All of its programmes are designed based on three programme strategies – building corporate culture, assessing social impact and creating shared value.

Michael Chan

Programme Manager of
Responsible Business
Community Business

Michael is currently the Programme Manager of Responsible Business at Community Business. He is a Diversity, Inclusion, and Well-being Professional with cross-disciplinary knowledge in psychology and public health.

Michael supports clients across a range of industries to find solutions to diversity challenges within their business by providing a combination of consulting and training services, as well as conducting roundtables to facilitate discussions on diversity, inclusion, and employee well-being as a societal and business issue. On a voluntary basis, Michael is the Vice Curator of the Global Shapers Community Hong Kong Hub, a youth leadership initiative of the World Economic Forum. He is leading the hub’s mental health initiative, branded as ‘Shaping Minds’, that aims to raise awareness about employee well-being, and to normalise the discussion on workplace mental health in Hong Kong.

Michael is also an alumnus of the American Express Leadership Academy, a leadership programme for young social purpose leaders and innovators. He is interested in diversity and inclusion, public health, and the translation of psychological science research to the real world

Marco Shek

Asia Lead (Partnerships, Capacity Building & Development)
Social Innovation Exchange

A dedicated contributor in social innovation – Marco has demonstrated experiences in the field and promoted social innovation both locally, regionally and internationally. From ideas generation, impact monitoring to community building, he is well versed in training, interacting and mentoring social innovators.

Marco is now the Asia Lead – Partnerships, Capacity Building and Development at Social Innovation Exchange (SIX) – a prestigious international body for social innovation. He leads SIX’s global work on building people and organisation’s innovation skills and capacities in social innovation. He led the communication and network coordination work for several European Commission social innovation projects, i.e. Social Innovation Community (SIC), SIKE, SCALINGS, etc.

Diana Chen

Chapter Host

Originally from the US, Diana has lived in Hong Kong and worked across China for the last eight years. Diana is the Hong Kong Chapter Host of CreativeMornings, the world’s largest free creative community, active in over 200 cities/chapters around the world. She leads a volunteer team that aims to connect and inspire a local community of over 3,500 people through free once-a-month Friday morning events. 

Diana is also a Sustainability Advisor at The Purpose Business, a sustainability consultancy helping build responsible businesses in Asia. She brings strategic thinking and a systems approach to help companies align sustainability with business vision and strategy in order to deliver a more responsible value chain and product offering.

Lehui Liang

Portfolio Manager

Lehui is the Portfolio Manager for BottLess, an impact business with the mission of innovating holistic solutions for corporates and organisations to address their single-use plastic challenge with accessible, adaptable and actionable steps for everyday consumers to adopt a zero-waste lifestyle.

BottLess tackles single-use plastic from a B2B2C angle, with the belief that with convenient solutions, consumers can learn baby step by baby step to build sustainable lifestyle habits. BottLess solutions have appeared at the 2019 Hong Kong Rugby Sevens, the annual Food Expo and the annual Stanley Dragonboat races.

Lehui works with the BottLess team to assess the commercial and social impact viability of these innovative solutions and strategise their scalability. She also oversees BottLess’ impact strategy, business direction, financing and resourcing, impact evaluation

Harmony Li

Head of Community
Social Ventures Hong Kong

Harmony is the Head of Community at Social Ventures Hong Kong (SVhk), an Impact Purpose Organisation dedicated to innovating social change for Hong Kong’s urban social issues. Harmony oversees all projects related to grassroots communities and their empowerment. She leads a team to design, innovate and implement projects that foster community spirit, bolster individual growth, and create reimaginations of Hong Kong’s perceptions of urban poverty.

Two key projects that Harmony leads are HATCH, a platform that for businesses to empower working poor mothers through work with a reindustrialisation angle, and Cradle to Classroom, a project in Sham Shui Po to uplift family wellbeing.

Prior to SVhk, Harmony was an Editor at a children’s magazine and a corporate communications manager at an NGO. She spent a year working with children with special needs at an orphanage in Qinghai. Harmony graduated from the University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Social Sciences, majoring in Psychology and Media & Cultural Studies.



Helen Lo

Co-Founder & Executive Director

Helen has been an English Drama Educator in various schools in Hong Kong and spent a few years working in the world of fashion in London and co-founded Ohmykids in 2012.

Ohmykids focuses on making an impact for kids creatively and aesthetically by doing online and offline activation and empowering kids and families in Hong Kong. Ohmykids has influenced more than 100 corporates like West Kowloon Cultural District, Harbour City, Cityplaza, Kiehl’s, and the Sino Group to join the movement in empowering kids.


Sidhant Gupta


Sidhant is a researcher and entrepreneur based in Hong Kong. He is the founder of the Vayu Project, Clearbot and Open Ocean Camera. Clearbot’s vision is to build ocean/river trash collecting robot swarms that use machine vision to generate data on water pollutants.

Sidhant also holds a Guinness World Record for building the world’s fastest robotic fish, has spoken at TEDx and won numerous awards including the James Dyson award.

He used to work as an imaging and robotics researcher at the University of Hong Kong and is now committed to using deep-tech to solve key issues in marine conservation & sustainability.


Kelvin Lee

Project Executive
Mental Booth

Kelvin is the Deputy Director of Enactus Hong Kong. Graduated from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2020, he majored in Bachelor of Science in Economics and Finance. Similar to his batchmates, he interned in corporates for pure business world.

In his final year, he went to Silicon Valley and won the Intuit Global Innovation Challenge. In the Challenge, he linked up more than 20 Small Businesses from different places such as Indonesia, Hawaii and Canada and allied them to survive under natural disasters within 24 hours. After that experience, he decided to pursue his career in social innovation to make more impacts on society.

His expertise lies in empowering university students to create their own business for sustainable impacts to tackle problems under the 17 SDGs proposed by the UN. He is overseeing 20+ social innovation projects in Hong Kong for 10 tertiary educations, and topics include sustainability, elderly, poverty etc.

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Olivia Cotes-James

Founder & CEO
LUÜNA naturals

Olivia is the founder and CEO of LUÜNA naturals, the social impact period care company, led by women.

With female-driven teams in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore, LUÜNA seeks to redefine the traditional period care industry by fostering ‘honest periods, for every body.’

They do this by creating products that are healthy & planet-friendly, delivering taboo-free education around menstrual health and supporting vulnerable communities across the region to tackle period poverty.

With a commitment to social impact at their core, every purchase of LUÜNA products provide healthy period care to those in need.




KC is the director of DeepHealth, who comes with a diverse background in the banking and insurance industries for over 17 years.  He has been at managerial levels developing business models that helps shaping and strengthening the prospects of business.

He joined DeepHealth in 2019. With his solid experience in the commercial sector, he adds new perspectives to the start-up and starts building collaboration across NGOs, healthcare professionals, and innovative solution providers to establish an effective eco-system to improve social health environment in Hong Kong.

The ultimate goal of DeepHealth is to work with other professionals sharing the same passion of improving wellness of aging population through disease prevention and patient empowerment.


Timo Juritsch

Co-Founder & Managing Director
Impact Berry Coffee

Timo is a social entrepreneur and managing director of Impact Berry Coffee which he co-founded 2019 in Hong Kong. By owning the whole supply chain, working with both farmers and NGOs on the ground, Impact Berry is focused to use coffee as a tool with the mission to inspire consumers to make a positive impact through conscious and responsible coffee consumption.

With his background in Industrial Engineering and degrees from Germany and China, Timo spent considerable time in supply chain and logistics across Europe and Asia, as an early stage member of an international MaaS start-up as well as a seasoned professional in the IoT sector. Timo strives in diverse environments and loves to explore different cuisines and cultures.

1:10 pm  {Track A}  |  Corporate (Social) Innovation


Vince Siu

Global Shapers Community HK Hub

Vince is Curator (President) of the Hong Kong hub of the Global Shapers Community, a youth change leadership initiative by the World Economic Forum.

The Hong Kong hub currently runs three voluntary local impact projects supporting refugee education, workplace mental health and climate action, and will be one of 400 hubs around the world convening dialogues around The Great Reset in conjunction with the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in 2021.

By day, Vince is Founder and Principal Consultant at Epiphany Labs, a boutique innovation consultancy with a social conscience.


Ben Wong

Assistant General Manager
Eureka Nova

Ben manages and drives the strategy of Eureka Nova, a leading open innovation platform that empowers technology startups to co-create within the New World Group ecosystem of culture, creativity and innovation. Through Eureka Nova’s accelerator programs, open competitions and sandboxes, participating startups work with New World Group’s business units and corporate partners to design innovative technologies that solve real business problems.

Ben also co-founded Impact Kommons, the first UN SDG accelerator in APAC focused on accelerating impact with purpose-driven startups.

Prior to Eureka Nova, Ben founded Startup Launchpad, now Asia’s largest I.o.T. startup trade event. He has helped startups raise more than $2 million on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. He is an angel investor and regularly mentors in startup support programs.


Nicholas Conlon

Director & Commercial Banking Lead, Growth Markets, Accenture

Nick leads Accenture’s Commercial Banking business across Asia Pacific, the Middle East & Africa and Latin America. He has spent the majority of his career working in global banks, where he specialises in digital transformation, AI solutions and delivering on large scale transformation programmes.

He also spent 5 years travelling, working as a teacher and sports coach, and with various charity organisations before starting his career in the corporate world.

Originally from the UK, Nick has also lived and worked in Canada, mainland China, Australia and New Zealand, and has called Hong Kong home since 2014.


Kiril Popov

Lead of Programmes & Partnerships
Explorium HK

Kiril Popov is the programs and partnerships lead at Explorium HK, Fung Group’s innovation hub in Hong Kong.

Before joining Explorium, he was head of the Asia office for Fung Global Retail and Technology (now Coresight Research), where he oversaw the consumer research practice and wrote about retail strategies and business model innovation.

Kiril holds an MBA from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business and is passionate about enabling entrepreneurship.

2:35 pm  {Track A}  |  Build Back Better


Kate Okrasinski

Director of Innovation
MAKE Studios

Kate is an executive coach and strategic design specialist.  She has helped clients to embed Design Thinking into their organisations and apply it to solve complex business challenges. She integrates leadership development, co-creation techniques, and agile practices to facilitate transformation, cultural, and organisational change.


Warren Luk

The Good Lab

Warren currently serves as CEO of Good Lab, a leading social innovation consultancy in Hong Kong. He believes that everyone can be a changemaker and collaboration is fundamental to the creation of lasting social impact and a positive vibe in our community.

Since joining Good Lab in 2017, Warren has been overseeing the organisation’s diverse portfolio of social and public sector innovation projects to blend stakeholder engagement with the co-creation of user-centric solutions. He has been instrumental in forging new cross-sector partnerships between the civil society, non-governmental organisations and government agencies to design and implement large-scale innovation projects through design thinking.

In addition, Warren has led numerous start-up incubation programmes to inspire and coach young changemakers at universities and in local communities.


David Ng

Chief Strategy & Digital Officer
AXA Hong Kong & Macau

David is the Chief Strategy and Digital Officer of AXA Hong Kong and Macau. He has extensive experience in the areas of strategy, business development and digital first business models in the insurance industry and has held a number of senior positions in both major insurance companies and insuretech companies across Asia Pacific.

David has over 15 years of experience in the industry and, at AXA Hong Kong, is responsible for driving the company-wide digital and data agenda. Prior to joining AXA, David co-founded an insuretech venture with the objective of helping insurance companies develop products that dynamically reflect premiums based on lifestyle behaviours.

David holds a Bachelor degree from Northwestern University in the United States.


Ronald Iu

Chief Executive
Airstar Bank

Ronald has more than 20 years of experiences in the banking and finance industry and been in the senior management and CEO role for more than 10 years, including Executive Director of Unsecured Loan in Standard Chartered Bank and Managing Director of Assets and Liabilities, Customer Strategy Department in China CITIC Bank International. He holds extensive experiences in the banking industry and has been involved in various aspects ranging from risk management in retail banking, sales and marketing to development of new FinTech products, etc.

Apart from Hong Kong, Ronald also had experienced in managing financial business in China. He has profound knowledges and solid experiences in the financial systems, FinTech application and thorough understanding of both Hong Kong and China markets.


Jay Chan

Sustainability Marketing Manager

Jay is the Sustainability Marketing Manager of Dow Pacific Limited Asia Pacific. He is responsible for the development of new business models and growth strategies that monetize plastic waste recycling streams across Asia Pacific, including mechanical and chemical recycling platforms. He focuses on developing recycling solutions that help brand owners to achieve their sustainability objectives and enable a shift towards a circular value chain for plastics.

He has more than 10 years of experience in business development and marketing in the plastic manufacturing industry. As a founding member of the “Allliance to End Plastic Waste” (AEPW), Dow works closely with the brand owners, aiming to reduce plastic waste and help to create a plastic circular economy by the market leading material science technology, expediting “Close the Loop” and “Design for Recycability”.

Jay holds a Bachelor degree from University of California, Berkeley in the United States.

1:10 pm  {Track B}  |  CSV SHOWCASE


Heidi Spurrell

Food Made Good HK

As CEO of Food Made Good HK, and with a diverse background in research, marketing, analysis, food retail, and restaurants, Heidi is heightening the awareness of the link between food and climate in the F&B sector, supporting restaurants and suppliers on their sustainability journey and accelerating the pace of change in HK. Heidi has previously lived and worked in London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Rome, Amsterdam and Boston, in a wide variety of international organisations including British Council, and Forum for the Future, and has a Masters in Food Policy from City University London and a Post Graduate Diploma in Research Methods from University College London (UCL).

In the UK, she worked with the Protein Challenge 2040 team at Forum for the Future – a leading sustainability NGO, to help businesses to understand the need to shift to alternative proteins as the rich world tries to reduce meat consumption, as well as helping major food businesses and retailers overcome supply chain challenges. At Eating Better Alliance she helped like-minded enterprises to communicate on opening up the ‘less and better meat’ conversation to new audiences. Heidi’s goal is to see the mainstreaming of low-carbon lifestyles through food choices, in particular the normalising of sustainable diets.

Under Heidi’s leadership Food Made Good HK are proud semi-finalists of the Rockefeller Foundation Food Systems Vision Award for a sustainable food system. Of 1300+ applicants, Food Made Good HK is 1 of 79 semi-finalists!


May Chung

General Manager
Nestlé Hong Kong

May Chung is the General Manager of Nestlé Hong Kong, leading the businesses in Hong Kong and Macau region. May has comprehensive experiences in Consumer Goods Industry. Before joining Nestlé group, May held different local and regional positions in various global corporations.               

May has been actively contributing to the industry. She is currently the Vice Chairlady of GS1 Hong Kong as well as Chairlady of its Food & Beverage Industry Advisory Board, supporting the organisation in advocating various industry-related initiatives.

With her significant contributions to the industry and the society, May has received the Fellowship Award of Asian College of Knowledge Management and the Asian Outstanding Leadership Award for Women.

May received a Master of Science Degree in International Marketing and a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Hon) in Business Studies from University of Strathclyde in United Kingdom and the City University of Hong Kong respectively.


Daniel Spitzer

Chairman & CEO
Mountain Hazelnuts

Since 1993, Daniel has built businesses that integrate social and environmental objectives with attractive economics. Daniel and his wife founded Mountain Hazelnuts Group which is planting 10 million hazelnut trees on degraded slopes in partnership with smallholder farmer families and community organisations. MH is Bhutan’s first 100% FDI and the country’s largest private employer.

Previously Daniel founded Plantation Timber Products (PTP), which he built into China’s leading sustainable wood products company, with 700,000 farmers growing fast-cycle trees to PTP factories that produced fibreboard as an import substitute for tropical plywood from S.E. Asian rainforests.

Daniel started his professional career in private equity and finance. He received his BA from the UC Berkeley and MA from Stanford University.


Matt Reid

Maximal Concepts & Steelhead Group

Matt is an entrepreneur and co-founder of Steelhead Group, Maximal Concepts and Disruption Labs, with long time business partner, Malcolm Wood. Steelhead Group is a symbiotic group of companies across four primary verticals; hospitality, environmentalism, wellness and content production.

Each business draws from the other; all grounded in core areas of passion and disruptive ideas harnessing creativity, innovation, powerful content, branding, strategy and design. Everything is led by the desire to use business to create positive impacts and a triple bottom line mentality.



Rachel Catanach

President, & Senior Partner, Greater China

As Senior Partner and President, Greater China, for the award-winning global public relations company, Rachel’s role includes people development, cultivating existing client relationships and securing new business through cross-market collaboration.

Rachel has advised senior clients across the government, financial, technology, luxury and manufacturing sectors. She has particular expertise in global brand building, and corporate and financial communications, and has advised on matters ranging from constitutional or litigation issues to major restructurings, operational crises and performance challenges.

Current Chairman of Public Relations of Hong Kong, Rachel has been awarded, by Public Affairs Asia, the Gold Standard Award for Professional Excellence (consultancy).

1:10 pm  {Track C}  |  EXEC LABS


Martina Mok

Head of Programmes & Partnerships
Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong

As Head of Programmes & Partnerships, Martina manages member services and builds tri-sector partnerships to promote the adoption of Shared Value. She brings wide-ranging expertise in communications, Shared Value, corporate social responsibility and social innovation. Martina’s experience includes award-winning PR campaigns in Asia Pacific and the U.S.

Martina is passionate about catalysing sustainable change through a business-led, cross-sector approach. She is a global citizen who has lived in Bangkok, Hong Kong, the U.S. and London, and can most likely be found at the next social innovation or sustainability talk in town.


Florence Cheng

Head of Impact Strategy
Social Ventures Hong Kong

Florence is the Head of Impact Strategy of Social Ventures Hong Kong (SVhk). She leads SVhk’s strategy consulting projects, working closely with corporate and non-profit partners to innovate purpose-driven positioning and explore new opportunities to embed that purpose across their organisations. She also supports strategic philanthropy, business development, impact reporting and other portfolio management activities for SVhk’s social start-up initiatives.

Florence graduated from the London School of Economics and worked in management consulting prior to joining SVhk.


Miquel Anglada Gali


Miquel Anglada Gali is CFO of SUEZ Asia. He is responsible for the Group’s strategic planning and all financial functions. He also oversees the Legal and Information Technology groups.

Joining the company in 1999, Miquel has held different management and financial positions across the SUEZ Group, spanning the European and Asia markets. Most recently, Miquel served as Finance Director at Bristol Water and was its Executive Director. He also acted as CFO of Smart Environmental Solutions in the UK prior to joining SUEZ Asia in 2016.

As a veteran in the environmental industry for more than two decades, Miquel is determined in driving the Group’s organizational transformation that aligns the company’s business purpose and growth while creating value for the local communities and all stakeholders across the Asia region.


Robert Sinclair

President of Global Supply Chain
Global Brands Group (A Member of Fung Group)

Robert is President of Global Supply Chain, leading supply chain activities for all brands under Global Brands Group (GBG). He joined GBG in 2018. Prior to GBG, Robert was President of Supply Chain Solutions at Li & Fung, overseeing all business-related activities for apparel, footwear and hard-goods, as well as sourcing and general merchandise. He joined Li & Fung in 2011 as Executive Vice President of Lifestyle Brands business unit and was promoted to Chief Operating Officer for LF Sourcing in 2013.

Previously, Robert has held senior positions in various capacities with VF Asia Ltd, the global procurement business unit for VF Corporation based in Hong Kong, and Ralph Lauren Corporation. Born and raised in Canada, Ottawa, Robert holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Carleton University in Canada and has lived and worked in Hong Kong, Singapore and New York.


Jonathan Sternberg

Chief Strategy & Business Development Officer
Medix Global

Jonathan serves as the Chief Strategy & Business Officer at Medix where he focuses on growth, international expansion and collaboration opportunities for the group.

Prior to joining Medix, Jonathan held various executive positions as a business development and strategic consultant focusing on market entry strategies and international expansion for companies such as Miele and Teva Pharmaceuticals. He also represented Invest Hong Kong, assisting and advising companies, looking to establish a presence in Asia. Jonathan holds a BA in International Relations and Business and an MBA focusing on Strategy, Entrepreneurship and Innovation.

Jonathan is also an accomplished food and wine writer having published over 200 articles on the topic.

3:05 pm  {Track C}  |  SHARK TANK 2.0


Thomas Huang

Country Manager

Thomas is a serial entrepreneur, was born in Cambodia and grew up in the USA/China. He holds bachelor’s degrees in Economics (US), Business Administration (France) and Political Science/ International Relations (US), and a master’s degree in Applied Economics (Hong Kong). During his master’s, he started FinTech and TravelTech startups leading him to being invited to pitch at Entrepreneurship Programs in UC Berkeley and University of Chicago.

He has worked in international startups which have recently raised US$13 million and is currently growing a Hong Kong HRTech and Media startup. After 6 months, the startup has raised HK$500,000+ while gaining acceptance to Cyberport Incubation Programme.  Thomas also has experience in angel investment funds and currently assists in hosting, mentoring and judging pitching/startup competitions.

He is also a UNDP Cambodia Startup Advisor and SEA investment advisor.


Calvin Kwan

Head of Sustainability
Link Asset Management Limited

Dr. Calvin Lee Kwan is currently Head of Sustainability at Link Asset Management Limited, manager of one of the world’s largest retail focused real estate investment trusts. He oversees the execution of a world-class corporate sustainability program, encompassing strategy, operational efficiency, culture development, thought leadership and policy advocacy. He is also responsible for translating and communicating these efforts to the growing body of ESG-focused investors globally, positioning Link as a sustainable and responsible investment.

Innovation is Calvin’s passion. He has been a pioneer of sustainable finance, issuing Hong Kong’s first green bond in 2016, followed by the global real estate sector’s first benchmark sized convertible green bond in 2019. He connects Link’s long term ESG performance with financial incentives in the form of sustainability linked loans. Calvin’s latest endeavour is the launch of Business as Mutual, an ecosystem-centric playbook outlining how businesses formalise, transform and achieve goals to create and realise value in an increasingly sustainability-focused world.

Calvin is a member of the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative’s (UNEPFI) Investment Commission, and co-chair of its Property Working Group. He is responsible for steering the group’s efforts on contemporary global business issues including developing TCFD-compliant reporting methodologies, measuring positive impact and COVID-response risks and opportunities.

As an adjunct associate professor at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, he nurtures future generations of sustainability professionals, teaching post-graduate courses in environmental policy, corporate sustainability and directs a business sustainability focused research group in the Division of Environment.

Calvin holds a BS in Business Administration and Biochemistry from the University of California, Riverside, Master and Doctorate degrees in Environmental Science and Engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles, an EMBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern and is currently completing a JD at Chinese University of Hong Kong.


Lars Aagaard

Head of M&A and Head of Financial Sponsors, Asia Pacific, Barclays

Lars is a Managing Director and Head of Mergers and Acquisitions and the Financial Sponsors Group, Asia Pacific, based in Hong Kong. In his role as Head of the Asia Pacific M&A business, which he assumed in January 2019, Lars is responsible for driving and overseeing the Firm’s M&A activity across the region.

As Head of the Asia Pacific Financial Sponsors Group, Lars is responsible for leading all Banking relationships and transactions in the Financial Sponsor sector. Lars was appointed to this position in 2015. Lars is a member of the Asia Pacific Banking OpCo, Chair of the Firm’s Regional Citizenship Council and Banking representative of the BAF committee. He joined Barclays in 2010 in Sydney, as Head of Financial Sponsors Group, Australia.

Lars has 20 years of investment banking experience. Prior to Barclays, he was at Morgan Stanley for 10 years, in London and Sydney in a variety of roles, including Operations Officer for IBD Australia. Prior to his banking career, Lars worked for two years as assistant and interpreter to the Defence Attaché at the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Moscow.

He graduated from Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration in 2000 with a Master of Science in Finance and holds a university degree in Russian Language from the University of Bergen. Lars also graduated from the Norwegian Defence School for Intelligence and Security in 1993 and is a First Lieutenant (reserve) in the Norwegian Army.


Judy Wong

Group General Counsel, Chief Compliance Officer, Tricor

Judy joined Tricor Group in October of 2018 as Group General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer. In this role, she provides both the Group office and the board with effective advice on the firm’s legal strategies and spearheads the implementation. She oversees the Group’s legal and compliance functions and external legal advisors across 21 markets worldwide. Judy also works closely with the M&A team to provide legal, compliance and strategic advisory to the Group executive team and the board on all M&A transactions.

Prior to Tricor, Judy was with Ernst & Young Greater China General Counsel Office for eight years, holding positions of Legal Counsel, Assistant General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel. As Deputy General Counsel, she was responsible for all corporate, commercial and employment legal matters and personal data privacy issues in the firm’s Greater China Region. This region spanned Hong Kong, mainland China, Macau, Mongolia and Taiwan and employed a staff of 10,000 across four separate areas of professional practice. Prior to Ernst & Young, Judy held in-house legal counsel roles at Asia Television Limited and CITIC Ka Wah Bank Limited and associate at Linklaters and Mayer Brown JSM.

Judy completed her Bachelor of Law degree and her Postgraduate Certificate in Law from the University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law. She has been a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Hong Kong since 1993. Judy is proficient in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.

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Hampton Tao

Special Projects
New Heritage Group

Hampton serves as Assistant Manager of Special Projects at New Heritage Investments Limited and C.F. & Nancy Tao Foundation.

Previously, he served as an Associate at Creative Ventures, a global early stage deep tech venture capital firm. He also assisted in fundraising and business development at Ztore, a Hong Kong-based online grocery e-commerce company.

Hampton holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Manufacturing Engineering from the University of Cambridge.

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