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
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.

Topic |   HKUST Biz School Magazine - Autumn 2018
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
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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