HKUST MBA graduates Rachel Than and Julian Wong were members of the seven student-strong SEVP course team that worked with Longevity Design House
HKUST MBA graduates Rachel Than and Julian Wong were members of the seven student-strong SEVP course team that worked with Longevity Design House

Business Solutions to Social Issues

Hong Kong has a relatively high per capita GDP but amongst the greatest income inequalities in the world. Around 1.3 million of the city’s 7.2 million people live in poverty. This includes a large number of children and elderly persons. The HKUST Business School’s Social Entrepreneurship and Venture Philanthropy (SEVP) course gives students a chance to use their skills to help social enterprises develop growth plans and secure funding for innovative solutions to local social issues.

HKUST MBA graduates Rachel Than and Julian Wong were members of the seven student-strong SEVP course team that worked with Longevity Design House
HKUST MBA graduates Rachel Than and Julian Wong were members of the seven student-strong SEVP course team that worked with Longevity Design House
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