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About the Case Competition

The competition features three distinct case problems, “LAWSGROUP – D2 Place”, “Lee Kee Group” and “New World Development Company Limited – OnBoard”. The teams will complete to become the champion within their league for the chance to present their ideas to our respective case partners.

Each team shall only work on ONE case problem and shall indicate its preference after the Opening Ceremony. The Co-organisers reserve the right of final decision on the issue.

About the Case Partners

LAWSGROUP – D2 Place 
 

Founded in 1975, LAWSGROUP is the world’s leading apparel manufacturer supplying quality clothing to renowned fashion labels. Since the early 1980s, LAWSGROUP has further expanded its businesses to retail & branding and property development, including the operations of chained fashion and lifestyle boutiques, development of shopping malls, office buildings, intellectual properties, and other global investments. LAWSGROUP currently employs more than 22,000 staff­, with offices, factories, and shops around the world.

 

Launched in 2013, D2 Place is the first shopping mall cum office complex converted from industrial buildings in Hong Kong. The project consists of D2 Place ONE and TWO and offers more than 500,000 sq.ft. of retail, office, and event spaces. As part of LAWSGROUP’s Creating Shared Value (CSV) initiatives, D2 Place operates with an “Entrepreneurship Model” which focuses on breeding young entrepreneurs and local brands.

Lee Kee Group

Established in 1947, Lee Kee Group is a leading value solutions provider for metals with a strong foundation and enviable reputation in the global metals industry, serving more than 20 industries in Greater China and Southeast Asia. Hundreds of renowned brands rely on the base metals, alloys and a variety of non-ferrous metals that the Group provides to deliver quality products all over the world. Striving to bring greater value to customers and the industry, Lee Kee has introduced a range of integrated services such as supply chain management, laboratory test, technical consultancy and risk management in the past few years. The increase in the awareness of sustainability, smart manufacturing, advanced materials development and digitalization are set to transform manufacturing. Through connections to global market, expansion to new sectors, and continuous innovations in business model, the Group is paving the way for further business diversification and substantial long-term growth.

New World Development Company Limited – OnBoard

OnBoard, a new social innovation under New World Development Company Limited, is formed with a vision to create sustainable “post-retirement” career paths for athletes in Hong Kong. OnBoard operates with a Creating Shared Value (CSV) model that aims to maximize synergistic impact of corporate resources to invest and incubate companies, provide career support to athletes and advisory to their potential employers.

Participants


The competition is open to full time undergraduate students studying in universities or tertiary education institutions at the point of registration. Each team shall be composed of 3 or 4 members, who may belong to different universities/institutions.

Preliminary Round

After attending the Opening Ceremony and Consultation Session, students need to hand in a five-page proposal including one page of info-graphic in English.


Grand Final


Five teams will be selected in each league to summit a short video, and give an oral presentation of their proposal after an intense mentorship.

Prize

Champion: $10,000 and certificate

1st Runner up: $4,000 and certificate

2nd Runner up: $2,000 and certificate

Fast-track interview for internship and pitching opportunity of outstanding proposals (for the 6 winning teams)

Result

62 Teams had joined the competition with result is as follows:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

LAWSGROUP league

Champion: D2gether

1st Runner Up: DREAMERS

2nd Runner Up: Detour


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lee Kee Group League:

Champion: Greener

1st Runner Up: LKF

2nd Runner Up: HKGL

 

New World Development Company Limited – OnBoard  League

Champion: SILenus

1st Runner Up: CHAMP

2nd Runner Up: Sociecho

Hong Kong Shared Good Values Sustainable Healthcare Conference

“Co-creating a Healthy Community for Hong Kong’s Ageing Population"

Hong Kong Shared Good Values (hereafter “HKSGV”) organised the Hong Kong Shared Good Values Sustainable Healthcare Conference - “Co-Creating a Healthy Community for Hong Kong’s Ageing Population” on 26 October 2018 (Friday) at Caritas Institute of Higher Education (CIHE). This conference was part of HKSGV’s 2018 key healthcare initiative, centering on private-public partnerships, urban design guidelines and community participation that are crucial to sustainable healthcare development in Hong Kong. Over 150 representatives from the medical field, academia, social service providers, community groups and the government joined the event.

Professor Sophia Chan Siu-chee, JP, Secretary for Food and Health was the Guest of Honour of the Conference. She highlighted the three current healthcare initiatives the government is currently pushing for – setting up of District Health Centre in Kwai Tsing, strengthening of Chinese medicine work and ban of e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn cigarettes – and appealed for public support. Wofoo Social Enterprises President and HKSGV Co-chairman Dr Joseph Lee, GBS, OStJ, JP, called for business, government and community leaders to walk with HKSGV to do good for the society in the area of sustainable healthcare. Hospital Authority Chairman and event steering committee Chairman, Professor John Leong Chi-yan, SBS, JP, highlighted that “Shared Care” through Public Private Partnership Programmes is necessary to deal with expanding healthcare demand. Through sharing the responsibility of caring for those in need among different healthcare service providers, patients can be provided with more choices on top of those from the public healthcare system. Doctors can also more likely establish longer-term patient-doctor relationships to achieve continuous and holistic care. Dr Law Chun Bon, geriatrician and Board Member of Kwai Tsing Safe Community and Healthy City Association, shared with us his Kwai Tsing experience. Meanwhile, Mr Stephen Wong, Deputy Executive Director and Head of Public Policy Institute at Our Hong Kong Foundation, talked about gerontechnology in Hong Kong.

 

In the afternoon session, there were panel discussions on three selected topics related to “Co-Creating a Healthy Community for Hong Kong’s Ageing Population”. The first panel took the point of view of medical practitioners. It discussed the topic “Sustainable Primary Health Care for the Hong Kong's Ageing Population”. The second panel looked at addressing ageing needs through the view of urban planners and users. It discussed the topic “Co-creating Urban Design Guidelines for Active Ageing in Hong Kong”. Panel three “Facilitating Factors to Unleash Cross-sector Social Capital and Innovation” was steered by social service providers, corporate representatives and Chinese medical experts.

 

Dr Lam Ching Choi, BBS, JP, the Chairman of Elderly Commission, mentioned in the concluding remarks that a “disruption” was necessary if Hong Kong wanted quality and sustainable healthcare services. He emphasised collaboration among medical practitioners, the private sector, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the government, patients and all citizens.

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About the Annual Summit

To carry forward the cause pioneered in 2017 and forge ahead into the future, Hong Kong Shared Good Values Annual Summit – an annual opportunity that cuts across private, public and social sectors embracing hot issues to improve the effectiveness of institutions was held in mid-November with details as follows: 

 

Date: 15th November 2017 (Wednesday)

Time: 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Venue: Star Room, Level 42, Cordis, Hong Kong, 555 Shanghai Street, Mongkok, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Panel Discussion 1: “Do Good, Do Well” – Sustainable Change in Company Culture

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Panel Discussion 2: Creating Shared Value for Sustainable Healthcare

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About the Case Competition

The competition features two distinct case problems, The Mills by Nan Fung Group and The Green Atrium by New World Development Company Limited. The teams will complete to become the champion within their league for the chance to present their ideas to our respective case partners.

 

Each team shall only work on ONE case problem and shall indicate its preference after the Opening Ceremony. The Co-organisers reserve the right of final decision on the issue.

About the Case Partners
 

Nan Fung Group – The Mills  


The Mills is a project initiated by the Nan Fung Group in 2014, which revitalises Nan Fung’s old textile mills into a destination where the themes of textile and industry are woven into experiences of innovation, culture and learning. Through preserving the legacy and heritage of the textile industry in Hong Kong, the Mills also aims to promote techstyle innovation, textile arts and experimental retail.

New World Development Company Limited – The Green Atrium

The Green Atrium is a part of New World Development’s Artisan Movement project which is located inside Park Signature, Yuen Long. Aiming to promote a low-carbon lifestyle among residents, the Green Atrium incorporated sustainability into its architectural design and space planning, and features eco-restaurant, eco-farm and interactive platforms to engage residents to a green lifestyle.

Participants


The competition is open to full time undergraduate students studying in universities or tertiary education institutions at the point of registration. Each team shall be composed of 3 or 4 members, who may belong to different universities/institutions.

Preliminary Round


Hand in a five-page proposal including one page of info-graphic in English.


Grand Final


Five teams will be selected in each league to summit a short video, and give an oral presentation of their proposal after an intense mentorship.

Prize

Champion: $10,000 and certificate

1st Runner up: $4,000 and certificate

2nd Runner up: $2,000 and certificate

Fast-track interview for internship and pitching opportunity of outstanding proposals (for the 6 winning teams)

Overview

77 Teams had joined the competition with 88 % of the came from Business-related department.

Opening Ceremony

Mentorship session

​Grand Final

Highlight of Winning Teams
 

The Mills: Innomillers

They proposed a comprehensive operation model among the three pillars (Fabrica, Shopfloor, and Mill6 Foundation) aiming to form a business ecosystem revitalizing inno-textile and fashion industry. By incorporating the notion of Creating Shared Values (CSV) into a 3-phase cycle, they suggested The Mills can act as an innovation lab in the long run for both potential entrepreneurs and fashion practitioners while sustaining its long-term growth by achieving financial independence.

 

Green Atrium: Dandelion

They proposed The Green Atrium to participate in Farmer's Markets and provide shuttle bus services by cooperating with D.Park in order to promote visitor flow, enhance reputation and at the same time, generate economic and social value.

 

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Who Should Attend?
 

Participants should be in positions in the Third Sector where they are able to manage or implement social impact assessments for their initiatives.

Group Size: Up to 30 participants

Fee: Free of Charge

Language: Cantonese

Light refreshments will be served.

About the Workshop

Social Impact Assessment (SIA) is increasingly ubiquitous in considering the impact of interventions, be it on business product or social policy, project, and service. However, with its general impression of being technical, time-consuming, and costly, many are off-putted, especially those from NGOs and SEs with their limitations in man- and monetary power.

With the support of Business for Social Good from Our Hong Kong Foundation, Ana by Karma, and i4socialimpact, this workshop attempt to have these questions, especially from the point of view of the Third Sector answered: what is Social Impact Assessment (SIA), what are the uses of it, and how can we do it if we want to get a taste of it?

Through the case of Ana by Karma, a 2yr+ SE that empowers underprivileged Bhutan woman to be financially astute with their own hands as weavers, this workshop wishes to inform and inspire the participants from the local Third Sector the function, the value, and the way forward for conducting SIA.

Rundown

6:45 - 7:00pm - Registration

7:00 - 7:15pm - Overview of Impact Assessment

7:15 - 7:30pm - Introducing Ana by Karma

7:30 - 7:45pm - SIA for the Third Sector: The Case of Ana by Karma

7:45 - 8:00pm - Q&A Session

 

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Introducing the "Hong Kong Shared Good Values" (HKSGV) Movement

Hong Kong Shared Good Values (HKSGV) is a movement that seeks to instigate a paradigm shift upon the perception that economic success and social progress are mutually exclusive. Inspired by two Harvard Business School Professors, Porter and Kramer's idea of Creating Shared Value (CSV), HKSGV - together with our strategic partners - will bring the best minds from businesses, academia, social enterprises, NGOs, and the Government to foster innovative ideas and collaborative actions to advance Hong Kong’s sustainable socio-economic growth.

Please join us for an informative, thought-provoking, and interactive afternoon of discussion with veterans from multiple sectors of Hong Kong:

Date: Tuesday 30th August, 2016

Time: 2:00pm-2:30pm (Launching Ceremony); 2:30pm-5:00pm (Panel Discussions)

Venue: L6, Grand Ballroom, Royal Plaza Hotel, 193 Prince Edward Road West, Kowloon (Mong Kok MTR Exit B3)

 

About the Panel Discussions

Shared value have been much said and discussed in Hong Kong in the past two to three years, but it seems that not much shared value initiatives are created till date. What is missing, and what needs to be done make theory into practice in Hong Kong? This is the general discussion area for Panel 1: Catalyzing the Creation of Shared Value in Hong Kong.

For Panel Discussion 2: The Voices of Business: Putting Shared Value into Practice, we will exemplify how the top-management and founders of locally/globally renowned companies put the concept of corporate citizenship in context with their businesses. From this basis, we will chart the promising development of next-level sustainability thinking in Hong Kong, which we envision to bloom in the decades to come.

For Panel Discussion 3: NGOs and Social Enterprises as Primers to Create Shared Value, we will explicate the impact of shared value towards the non-profit sector, for shared value advocates businesses to create economic value in a way that also creates societal value by addressing social needs and challenges, which has in effect forms an interesting bricolage that blurs the line between the for-profit and non-profit organizations. With the top managements from Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council, we will examine how this bricolage could unleash a huge untapped momentum in generating innovative and practical solutions for social challenges of Hong Kong.