Social Enterprise Talk -
Social Enterprise Talk - "Social impact created by successful social enterprises - HK examples" (社創-良心社會新動力) (in Cantonese)
Social enterprises provide business solutions to address social issues and increasingly the format of organization has been utilized worldwide to drive social innovation and reform. This talk aims to broaden your understanding of the social enterprise and more importantly social entrepreneurship as an alternative way of volunteering to serve the community. Our speaker, Mr. Kee Chi Hing (紀治興先生), will combine his theoretical knowledge and practical experience in the field to cover various topics including:
- Introducing the approach of social entrepreneurship
- Social entrepreneurship vs. Social welfare
- How to adopt the social entrepreneurship approach
- Difference between volunteer and knowledge volunteer
- Social impact created by successful social enterprises - HK examples
- Q&A and Networking
Venue: HKUAA Lounge, 1/F., Yip Fung Building, D'Aguilar Street, Central.
Date: June 22, 2014 (Sunday)
Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Fee: HK$30 (including 2 soft drinks)
Registration : Please fill in the Registration Form
Enquiry : Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Terrence at 65725372
Mr. Kee Chi Hing
Chair, Fullness Social Enterprises Society
Kee is an Adjunct Associate Professor of the School of Business in
Hong Kong Baptist University and is a columnist on topics related to
social entrepreneurship. His publications include “營商能耐可以改變
社會”, “20 Business Strategies for Social Enterprises”, “Fullness
Way”, “Social Enterprise and Spirituality”, “使命商道”, “10% Swap
For Good”, and “Social Enterprise: Christian Practice & Reflection”.
He is a member of the “Social Enterprise Advisory Committee” in
Home Affair Bureau, the “Community Investment and Inclusion
Fund” in Labor and Welfare Bureau; the “Social Innovation Fund”
Task Force in the Commission on Poverty, and the “Digital Inclusion”Task Force of Office in the Government Chief Information Officer.
Before retirement, he was a Corporate Vice President and Hong
Kong Managing Director of Hewlett-Packard (HP) responsible for the
P&L of HK$4B business. Out of his 26 years in HP, 9 years was in
Beijing and 1 year in Shanghai.
He graduated from Hong Kong University in Electrical Engineering,
attended the General Manager Program in Harvard Business
School, got Master degrees on Christian Studies and on Theological
Studies both from Chinese University, and currently is pursuing a
Doctor of Education in Nottingham University. His interest is the
cross-disciplinary cross-sectoral approach on societal betterment.
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