Do you have any innovative ideas that address the problems of poverty and social exclusion in Hong Kong? Are you looking for funding and other kinds of support to commercialise, start, grow or scale your social project?
An intermediary of the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund (SIE Fund), Impact Incubator of The Hong Kong Council of Social Service cordially invites all current and potential social innovators and social entrepreneurs to join our next Impact Incubator briefing session. At the session, our team will briefly introduce our new Impact Incubator, key programme features and answer any questions you may have on applying for SIE Fund grant funding, through the Impact Incubator. Representative from “Idea Maker Program”, a SIE Fund approved project, will also share their story of innovation and experience of their funding application.
SIE Fund was established by the Commission on Poverty in 2012 to stimulate cross-sector collaboration, sharing learning and experience, guiding resources to groom and coach entrepreneurs, incubating and implementing new ideas, with the expectation that some of these will lead to new, sustainable businesses that help tackle poverty and social exclusion in the community.
Content of the SIE Fund Briefing Session
- Introduction of the funding
- Application procedures
- All-round incubation support
- What is social innovation?
- Project Sharin: Idea Maker Program
Date: 1 November 2021 (Monday)
Time: 3:00 - 5:00pm (registration begins at 2:45pm)
Venue: Rm 202, 2/F, Duke of Windsor Social Service Bldg., 15 Hennessy Rd., Wan Chai
Target: Current or potential social innovators and social entrepreneurs, representatives of social innovation projects, social enterprises and NGOs
Capacity: 50 (First Come First Serve)
Fee: Free Admission
RSVP: Online Registration
Enquiry: Ms. Priscilla Wong (2876 2495; firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please register online on or before 27 October 2021 (Wednesday). Successful registrants will receive a confirmation email by 28 October 2021.