(The article is in Chinese only) The coming decade will be prime years of KK Tse as he seeks progress to 6 adventures in social entrepreneurship. He invites passionate individuals to join his force -
Below is an interview (in Chinese) with Jaff Shen of Leping Foundation, which is a major foundation promoting B Corps in China. Leping Foundation has been studying B Corp since 2012 and are well informed of various movements in the world attempting to reinvent capitalism. They decided to focus on B Corp because they genuinely believe that this is what China needs.
(The article is in Chinese only) The past decade has seen vibrant and progressive development in the local social entrepreneurship sector. KK summarizes the key learning and paved way for the 10 years to come.
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.
(The article is in Chinese only) KK Tse shared his experience and lessons learned in founding the Social Investors Club, and how he attempts to restructure and re-start the Club in respond to the pressing need of seed funding in local social enterprise sector.
(The article is in Chinese only) Mr Xu Yongguang, Chairman of Narada Foundation in China, talks about social enterpreneurship development in China.
Anyone who is familiar with KK knows that he had tried to set up a similar Social Investors Club a few years back. It was a spectacular failure - The Club was in operation for two full years without having invested in a single social enterprise. But it didn’t deter him, as he finds that the need for such an organization is huge. Here comes the newly reconstituted Social Investors Club -
Yuan GU, Founder and Director, AHA Social Innovation Center, Shanghai, shares the insider view on the major challenges facing the Chinese social entrepreneurship sector and what needs to be done -
The Chief Executive has suggested allocating $500 million from the Lotteries Fund to form a Social Enterprises Development Fund to provide loans to social enterprises. If the government is ready to commit a sizable amount of public money to support the development of social entrepreneurship, what is the best way to go about it?
One of the most important and challenging tasks KK has engaged in is identifying and nurturing social entrepreneurs. This is exactly what Angel-Mentors do. Let's see how KK attempts to attract and encourage more people to take up this role -