Colliding on a Journey Towards Net Positive

By |2021-12-21T15:43:26+08:00December 8th, 2021|

Martina Mok, SVIHK Head of Programmes and Partnerships, invites you to draw on what our team has learned – and to challenge these – through three-plus years of connecting and enabling Hong Kong’s most passionate changemakers across business, civil and public sectors.

JEB Group Joins as First SME Member

By |2021-04-14T19:02:55+08:00March 29th, 2021|

Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong welcomes its first SME member: JEB Group, headquartered in Hong Kong and a provider of innovative solutions for corporate and commercial environments. Discover with Sam Beere, JEB's General Manager, how the group started its journey to Creating Shared Value.

Impatient Optimism in a World on Hold

By |2021-01-29T12:06:35+08:00November 27th, 2020|

Reflecting on the last few months of industry events, partner conversations and Member meetings, here are my observations on some major barriers to social innovation in Hong Kong. Some of my views may be unpopular, but then again we’re not here to be mainstream. Alongside each is an example of what we’ve tried in overcoming that barrier, in case it’s useful to others.

Learnings from CREATIVE COLLISION 2020

By |2021-04-14T19:07:56+08:00November 26th, 2020|

CREATIVE COLLISION defies description, which is why we always use the term “non-conference”. It’s a forum for discussion, a platform for ideas exchange, a stage for speaking and a sandpit for experimentation, ideation and creativity. We have turned to the session leaders themselves for their key takeaways, asking them how their learnings from the 2020 event can be used to build back better with Shared Value.

💥 CREATIVE COLLISION 2019: Convening Hong Kong’s Tri-sector Community for Shared Value Action

By |2020-07-31T16:31:02+08:00December 18th, 2019|

On 27 Nov., we convened CREATIVE COLLISION 2019, our first non-conference and largest tri-sector event yet, bringing together business, civil society, public sector and social innovation leaders to spark Shared Value action. More than 130 people attended, not counting volunteers (our de facto youth delegates), well exceeding our expectations. This was the first time we truly brought together our business community with our social innovation partners and public followers, with resoundingly positive feedback.

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