本文章的中文版本在英文版本的下方。 Every little step counts – Unleashing social innovation from social intrapreneurship Have you ever thought of earning rewards for reducing your carbon footprints in daily lives? Can you imagine how the impact of your little steps adds up in a quantifiable Read More
What pops up in your mind when you hear about big corporations? Unreachable? High entry barrier? Do you know what directions they are heading for nowadays? A key element is sustainability, which has quickly become the main focus in the long-term strategies of different corporations all across the world. The way in balancing the welfare of environment, social and governance is known as ESG developments, a new trend for all businesses to follow in this new world. Inti Wong, currently working in Chow Tai Fook Jewelry Group (CTF) as an Associate Director of Finance & Governance, is advocating the principles of ESG, as well as the practices of it, into the company’s longer-term plan. She has been advocating the integration of ESG principles and practices with the Company’s long-term development plan in order to create risk-optimized value to its stakeholders. As the idea is pretty new to the business world, Inti is a pioneer and ESG practitioner. How did she get into ESG, and how would she promote sustainable development in big corporates?
The story of Soap Cycling 再皂福
From the founder and CEO of Protech (博勝電子) to receiving numerous achievements such as the Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Youth Entrepreneurs 2019, Greater Bay Leader and Global Outstanding Youth Chinese Person 2020, it is no wonder that many would expect our MBA alumnus Pun Chi Ho, Steven to have led a smooth and successful life. What is the story behind his success?
Edith Chan is working in Social Ventures Hong Kong (SVHK). You may call her a “Social Entrepreneur”. SVHK is an inter-purpose organization which focuses on inventing, incubating and investing in social start-ups that address urban social challenges in Hong Kong through sustainable Read More
Recently, one of the program’s Honorary Associates, Anita Ng, divulged a loving story of her own during an interview conducted with BESGO. Miss Ng, alumna of CUHK, graduated from Professional Accountancy and minored in Linguistics (Hong Kong Sign Language). After graduation, she has started working as an Economics teacher for deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH) students using sign language as medium of instruction (MOI).