For the past few years, Education for Good has been pioneering social entrepreneurship education and have mentored and supported a number of social entrepreneurs to launch social ventures. It is time to create a brand new platform to support a network of social-purpose organizations to scale their individual operations and create collective impact - and it is the DreamImpact 「夢創成真」 project.
Ford Foundation is the world’s second largest foundation, just behind Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It announced two years ago that it will shift its focus on fighting inequality in its many forms around the globe.
As the Chinese New Year approaches, here are four must-read short articles brought to you from the Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.
(The article is in Chinese only) Education for Good published a book on Belt and Road - and how the younger generation can best involve in it - recently. Here is KK's prologue for the book: What would KK do on Belt and Road if he is 23 now?
(The article is in Chinese only) If the second half of 20th century was defined by the rise of Capitalism, the 21st century will definitely be the age of rethinking Capitalism - KK shared the seven trends of business transformation and future of enterprises.
Education for Good CIC Ltd has just been certified as the first B Corp in Hong Kong. What is B Corp and why is it important to the future of business, society and mankind?
(The article is in Chinese only) Mr Xu Yongguang, Chairman of Narada Foundation in China, talks about social enterpreneurship development in China.
Can Hong Kong become the regional leader and the Social Enterprise Capital of the Far East? KK presents both For and Against arguments in this article -
“There are three ways to change the world: change China, change California, or change Walmart.” But will Walmart change? Could it change? And if it does, what drives it? How sustainable could the change be? Here is the case study -
Does the business sector have a role to play in social innovation? There are common misconceptions that social innovation belongs to the social service sector and mainstream businesses are irrelevant to this global movement. hese are indeed all mistaken and completely wrong as Jason Saul has forcefully argued in his book Social Innovation, Inc.: Five Strategies for Driving Business Growth through Social Change.