Don’t miss our last three Shared Value Immersion Visits

  • Published: 21 November 2018
  • Author: Karen Pong

Last chance to sign up for the remaining three Shared Value Immersion Visits in this round of capacity building activities. These informative and engaging half-day site visits/sessions are commissioned by SIE Fund and co-organised by various community partners to provide an understanding of the multifaceted aspects of six topical issues in Hong Kong (see below for more details). Participants will engage in an interactive “idea-jamming” session that brainstorms for ideas and next steps that businesses can take to seize the opportunity to do and accomplish more.

All visits include:

  • A brief introduction to Shared Value
  • A visit or sharing session by the NGO/ SE partner, providing key insights on local issues and showing examples of existing solutions
  • An Idea Jamming session with other participants


While Hong Kong made international headlines for becoming the world’s capital of billionaires, 1.35 million of its 7.35 million residents were living below the poverty line. Unveiling the major factors of poverty and challenges faced by low-income families, this visit will showcase social innovations around the issue and brainstorm together on how to create better access to healthcare, education and reliable employment through Shared Value.Partners: Oxfam, Design Institute for Social Impacts, Sharing Kitchen, Good Seed
Date & Time: 2:30 – 5pm, 22 Nov (Thu)
What does equality and inclusiveness look like in workplace? Why does it matter to both employers and employees? This visit will inform participants of the equal opportunities that companies in Hong Kong are currently providing and offer new perspectives on diversity. Join us to discuss how and why businesses are positioned to do more.Partners: Equality Opportunity Commission, We Do Global, Retire Not Out
Date & Time: 9:30 am – 12 pm, 28 Nov (Wed)
By 2037, our city will be a lot “older” – 2.37 million people will be aged 65 or above. Exposing the unique needs of the ageing society and advancements in gerontechnology, this visit encourages businesses to explore how they can create better products and services, designed for the growing old-age population.Partners: PolyU Institute of Active Ageing, Good Seed, Design Institute for Social Impacts, Eldpathy
Date & Time: 9:30 am – 12 pm, 30 Nov (Fri)

Contact Karen at [email protected] for more details.