Hong Kong’s first social enterprise conference

Malcolm Hayday

At the start of April, I was one of four speakers from Britain who joined panellists from Harvard, Taiwan and Hong Kong and some 300 delegates at Hong Kong’s first social enterprise conference. The initiative was organized jointly by the Commission on Poverty and the Central Policy Unit to bring together parties interested in the development of social enterprise and to pave the way for more informed debate on the architecture of policy and regulatory frameworks.

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