Thursday, March 04, 2010

Social Enterprise Shanghai Study Visit

SEBC: Conference and Study Visits in Shanghai

Social Enterprise in Community –
Conference and Study Visits in Shanghai
April 8-10, 2010

~LEARN about the updated social enterprise trends in Shanghai
~EXCHANGE with outstanding social entrepreneurs
~UNDERSTAND current social issues in Shanghai
~VISIT commnity-based social enterprises

HKD$1,500 (Application Deadline: Feb 26, 2010)

*the price only covers meals, transportation cost, administrative cost for the conference and visits. It does not include flight, hotel accommodation, insurance and personal expenses

Day 1 (April 8, Thu) Whole Day Conference – Social Enterprise in Community: Best Practices of Social Enterprise Cases in Shanghai and HK

- Community in Action: social entrepreneurship and community rejuvenation

- Action with Impact: measurement of social impact

- Multiplying Impact: partnership with public and private sector

Day 2 (April 9, Fri) Social Enterprise Visits

Visit innovative social enterprise projects in Shanghai such as community-based multi-media centre, traditional handicraft project, factory which employs various disdvantaged groups and organziation that services visually impaired persons.

Day 3 (April 10, Sat) Social Enterprise Visits and Sharing with Social Entrepreneurs

visit more social enterprise projects in the morning and exchangewith social entrepreneurs in the afternoon session

Enquiry: contact Jessica Tam, Business Development of Manager of HKCSS-HSBC Social Enterprise Business Centre at or

About the Organizers

This visit is an Angel’s Planet programme organized by HKCSS-HSBC Social Enterprise Business Centre (SEBC). The goal of Angel’s planet is to enable experience exchange with social angels and like-minded counterparts on social community and social enterprise development. SEBC is resource hub, funded by the government, HSBC and HKCSS and its aims is to advocate social innovation, incubate social enterprises and encourage social investment.

Non-Profit Incubator (NPI) is a non-governmental organization founded with the support from the government, international and domestic funding organizations, enterprises and academics. Since its establishment, NPI takes it as its mission to advance social innovation and to foster social entrepreneurs, aiming to provide substantial support to start-up, small or medium-sized social enterprises, and at the same time, to explore a way for the development of NGO supporting organizations at the early stage of China’s philanthropy.

Tags: SEBC, Shanghai

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