We live in a rapidly changing world. In face of increasing social and economic inequality fueled by a growing mistrust between different sectors, how can our government, businesses and the social impact sector reignite a collaborative spirit to create solutions for a better tomorrow?
Over this two-day immersive workshop, leaders from different sectors will gather to challenge existing assumptions about current problems, allow their minds to be opened to new solutions and be inspired by new approaches to overcome the currently entrenched social issues.
Shared Value is a strategy in which companies find business opportunities in solving social problems. It is a model that allows businesses to realise innovation and growth potential by treating social problems as business objectives; maximising their competitive advantage while creating value in society.
– SIE Fund, September 2013
Opened in 2012, the Good Lab is a social innovation consultancy and co-working space that has provided both a home and network for social innovators to thrive. Embracing the spirit of collaboration, we work across the sectors of government, civil society and business, connecting allies and partners to co-create a more inclusive and equal Hong Kong.
We curate bespoke inspirational training programs to empower organisations to think more innovatively through design thinking and encourage the collaboration between different sectors for social impact. Over the past 6 years, we have worked with over 50+ organisations, helping them understand societal challenges and how they can play in active part in being part of the solution.
Beyond training, we also work hand in hand with various organisations across Hong Kong to realise social innovation and change directly in their community. Our past clients and partners include Civil Service Training and Development Institute, Covestro, Google, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Hong Kong Police Force, Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, MakerBay, MTR Corporation, Tung Wah Group of Hospitals and Yan Oi Tong.
Please contact Alexa Li at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 3996 1934.