enactus hong kong


Nov 1-3 @ OUHK

Enactus Hong Kong is presenting the Autumn Training to foster understanding of Enactus values and encourage participants to brainstorm ideas for social projects while share their thoughts on social innovation with each other.

This year, Enactus HK will organize the Autumn Training with the theme of “Social Innovation” in the format of a 3-day competition. Throughout the 3 days, participants will attempt to come up with a project idea that tackles a social problem and pitch it to professionals. The event will include rewarding activities such as Design Thinking Workshop, guests sharing and also the opportunity to mingle with guests from a different backgrounds to obtain feedback for their projects.

Theme: Social Innovation

Have you ever felt like you are not satisfied with the current situation in the society? Do you think that there are better ways to build a community that #WeAllWin? What would be critical for tackling the current challenges, making significant and sustainable impacts in the world? 

The theme of this year’s Autumn Training is social innovation. Social innovation plays an increasingly important role to bring impacts to the world. It comprises of entrepreneurship, creativity and improvement together. With an idea in social innovation, you can also build a social enterprise that is socially, financially, and sometimes environmentally sustainable. With the increasing concern about the humanitarian statuses in the world, the United Nations proposed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. The goals cover different aspects of our daily lives, and they have inspired many young talents to develop their own projects to tackle some of them.


November 1st, 2019 (Friday)

6:00pm – 6:30pm

6:30pm – 6:45pm

6:45pm – 7:00pm

7:00pm – 8:30pm


Introduction to Enactus

Guests Sharing

Design Thinking Workshop

November 2nd, 2019 (Saturday)

10:00am – 10:15am

10:15am – 10:30am

10:30am – 12:00pm

12:00pm – 2:00pm

2:00pm – 4:00pm

4:00pm – 4:15pm

4:15pm – 6:00pm



Team Discussion

Coaching Session



Team Discussion

November 3rd, 2019 (Sunday)

10:00am – 10:15am

10:15am – 10:30am

10:30am – 12:00pm

12:00pm – 1:00pm

1:30pm – 3:00pm

3:00pm – 4:00pm

4:00pm – 5:30pm

5:30pm – 6:00pm



Team Discussion


Coaching Session

Team Discussion 

Final Presentations

Feedback and Awards


FM Investment Group

Andy Yiu

Chief Investment Officer

Andy Yiu is the Chief Investment Officer of FM Investment Group, an international real estate investment firm with 10 offices globally. With more than USD 1.4 billion investment transaction track records, Andy specializes in cross border direct investment, corporate finance, and business management, with a wide range of geographical exposure in the US, UK, Japan, Thailand, and Singapore. Previously Andy worked with a Hong Kong mainboard listed company and a family office. He began his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young where he chartered as Certified Public Accountant. Andy was the President of SIFE HKU (before rebranded into Enactus).

Hong Kong Rehabilitation Power

Patrick Ng


Patrick Ng is currently working at JOS Group, a leading IT solution provider in Asia as Senior Operations Controller, leading a team of over 50 for business development and operations management. Besides his professional career, Patrick is also devoting his time and effort in social entrepreneurship and social services. He is currently director of Hong Kong Rehab Power, Social Enterprise Research Academy and Hong Kong Courier & Logistics Operators’ Association. Patrick is also the founder of ShiningPartners which is an organization aiming to help the young generation to have better career preparation and planning. Patrick is graduated from the University of Hong Kong.

Dory Network Technology Ltd.

Stephen Wong

Co-FOunder and CEO

An ardent advocate of Design Thinking – a collaborative and customer-focused problem-solving methodology – Stephen takes special interest in a stakeholder-centric approach that uses the convergence of innovation, customer insights and technology to drive corporate value creation. Stephen co-founded Dory network Technology Ltd. a company focusing on using design and technology to create social impact globally. Stephen has over 20 years of management experience working in renowned firms such as Swire Coca-Cola and Cathay Pacific Airways, with working experience in 5 international cities.

Hang Seng University

Dr Susanna Chui

Assistant Professor

Susanna Chui is the Assistant Professor of Leadership at Hang Seng University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include leadership and identity, social entrepreneurship, and social impact measurement.

Appointed by the Chief Secretary of the HKSAR Government, Susanna was part of the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund Task Force under the Commission of Poverty from 2012-2018. Moreover, she has been active in promoting social innovation and social entrepreneurship in Hong Kong as a Director of the Fullness Social Enterprise Society. As a lead investigator, she completed a social impact measurement research project on four Hong Kong social enterprises for the Home Affairs Bureau.

Susanna has completed her PhD in Leadership at the Durham University Business School in the United Kingdom. She holds two Master degrees – one in leadership and another one in mass communications.

Coaches & Speakers​

Coaches will be mentoring teams on the development of the project and provide professional feedback while speakers share about their professional experience in social innovation.

Tung Wah College

Prof Albert Teo


Professor Albert Teo joined Tung Wah College in January 2019. Prior to joining TWC, he was an associate professor in the School of Business, National University of Singapore (NUS). While in NUS, he also took on various leadership roles: founding director of the Chua Thian Poh Community Leadership Centre; founding director of the Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy; and deputy director of the University Scholars Programme.
Albert received his PhD degree from the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. His current academic interests are in the areas of social entrepreneurship, community development, social impact measurement, organizational ecology, institutional theory, and social networks.
Teach for Hong Kong

Arnold Chan

Founder and CEO

Arnold Chan is the Founder and CEO of Teach For Hong Kong. Since the start of the nonprofit in 2015, Arnold has recruited 110 graduates as teaching fellows to teach in Hong Kong’s underprivileged schools, serving over 10,000 students. Previously, Arnold has served 3 years as Institutional Sales in Goldman Sachs. Arnold graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a BBA in Global Business Studies and Harvard Business School with an MBA. With his achievements founding Teach For Hong Kong, Arnold is awarded with the Asia 21 2016 Class of Young Leaders by Asia Society and selected as Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2019.

Soap Cycling

Charlotte Breyer

Member of the Board

Charlotte Breyer specializes in connecting the corporate community with good social causes to create sustainable positive impact. Charlotte has worked for NGOs in the overseas aid sector and is also the co-founder of Big Heroes Ltd., a social enterprise connecting corporates with great local charity organisations through professionally managed social team-building events in Singapore. She believes a sustainably thriving business is in touch with its impact on people and planet, and that respect for the triple bottom line is the best foundation for long-term success.
She strongly believes that the best social projects are evidence-based, grounded on solid research and objective, scientific understanding of the problems at hand.


Chris Chiu

Development Director

As one of the founding team members of the Agent of Change Foundation, Chris’ main role is to oversee the operation of the social enterprise. With a background in business and management, he established a model to provide quality daily necessities to the underprivileged at an affordable price. Lately, he has extended the service to Tin Shui Wai and established a brick-and-mortar store, employing dropouts and low-skilled locals. Chris was also invited to the International Visitor Leadership Program on Social Entrepreneurship by the U.S. Department of State.

G for Good

Christy Wong

Community Engagement Associate

Christy is a passionate talent development specialist skilled in program and design, digital learning design and crafting, social innovation and community engagement. With a strong marketing and communication background and a Bachelor degree in Marketing from City University of Hong Kong, she envisions to unleash people’s potential.


Cyron Chan

Co-Founder and Managing Director

Cyron is the Co-founder & Managing Director of ImpactX, a social enterprise dedicated to foster social innovation by lean design thinking tools and tailor-made corporate projects, previous clients include Airbnb, PolyU and The Goodlab. Experienced in design thinking and startup coaching, he conducts workshops and training for public and private sectors to incubate new ideas. As the founding team & community manager of Earthpreneurs HK, a community for young social entrepreneurs, he is passionate about social innovation ideas in HK and other countries. Also, he studied Impact Investing at Singapore’s IIX Impact Institute.

80/20 Media Company

Leo Ho

Founder and CEO

Leo Ho Tsz Ho, since the age of 19, has been the founder and the CEO of his own company and social enterprise 80/20 Media. He has been coordinating between the team members and managing over 20 project-based employees.

He has a vision on creating value for the potential advertising space, and his company successfully linked up over 1000 outlets including shops and restaurants to offer vacant space for advertisement. Most of their clients are of global scale, for example, the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Orbis International and The Salvation Army.

Just Feel

Matthew Kwok


Graduated from CUHK law school, Matthew did not take the conventional path of becoming a lawyer, instead, he joined Teach for Hong Kong’s Fellowship Program to teach at a primary school. He believes that education should be more than just transferring knowledge, it should also take care of students’ emotions and feelings. He then founded JUST FEEL in 2018, a social enterprise that aims to lead the change in mental health education by promoting social-emotional learning and compassionate communication. In its first year of operation, JUST FEEL had hosted over 40 workshops for parents and teachers, trained more than 1,500 teachers, and impacted more than 1,400 students with its curriculum and products.


Nicholas Ooi​


Nicholas OOI (Nick) is the Senior Project Officer at the Office of Service-Learning, Lingnan University. He is also the lead of Lingnan Entrepreneurship Initiative (LEI) which promote the concept of Social Innovation and cultivate innovation culture and entrepreneurial spirit in a liberal arts context.

Nick is experienced in conducting Design Thinking workshops for students and he has conducted more than 50 workshops with accumulations of total more than 300 training hours. After joining the Teaching and Learning Studio at Stanford d.School, he begins to design different artifacts to improve students learning from design.

J.P. Morgan

Steven Wong


Having graduated from Brigham Young University-Hawaii, Steven was involved in the Enactus team at his university. He participated as a presenting team in the 2016 Enactus National Expo and was awarded 2nd place in the semi-final round. Brigham Young University-Hawaii has won the USA National Champion in 2015, 2018, 2019. Stephen hopes to further contribute to Enactus and its projects in Hong Kong in the future.

Green price limited

Terence Hon

Business Developement Manager

Terence is one of the few social entrepreneurs who started venture in their early university lives. With his enthusiasm in business strategy and creative marketing, GreenPrice has expanded 3 physical stores and get much public exposure. Apart from his entrepreneurial experience, he is also skilled in process improvement, business analytics, multichannel retailing and product design.

Time Auction

William Du

Partnership Director

William is passionate about social impacts and youth empowerment, serving as the Partnership Director of Time Auction, a registered charity to empower youth learning and promote volunteerism. He holds a strong interest in entrepreneurship and innovation, being the co-founder of Kairos Society HK Chapter and the regional consultant for APEC China Business Council’s Global Youth Innovation Community. He is the Fellow of Dragon 100, an ethnic Chinese youth leadership network under Hong Kong Dragon Foundation and the Member of the Youth Think-tank I.D.E.A.S of HK Federations of Youth Groups. William is the Immediate Past Curator of the Global Shapers Community under World Economic Forum in Hong Kong and serves as its Global Advisory Council on Hub Engagement.


Yalsin Li


Yalsin is studying Medicine at the University of Hong Kong. As a medical student and also a software engineer, he is currently the technology lead in several social initiatives, and is also active in the hackathon scene.
He co-founded iHappyU, a non-governmental organization that aims to promote social cohesion, and Bookit, which aims at alleviating the financial burden from climbing textbook prices.

He is also consulting in multiple startups in the AI, healthcare, education and decentralised system fields, and helped secure seed funding from capitals including the SIE Fund, HKSTP and HKJC. Combining his two interests, Yalsin intends to help advance medicine by furthering interdisciplinary cooperation between computer science and medicine.


Funded by:

under Jockey Club Youth Social Innovation Action

Supported by:


OUHK Main Campus
(30 Good Shepherd St, Ho Man Tin)

Nov 1: Kwok Tak Seng Building C0618
Nov 2: Kwok Tak Seng Building C0619 (HKU, HKBU, CityU, OUHK Students);
C0721 (CUHK, HKUST, PolyU, LU Students)
Nov 3: Cheng Yu Tong Building A-101

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