Creating Shared Value, as defined by Harvard Business School Prof. Michael Porter and Mark Kramer in 2011, is being proven by companies around the world as a strategic solution to a legitimacy crisis in the private sector.
From a Hong Kong textile manufacturer to a global health insurer and a hazelnut exporter in Bhutan, there is a growing trend towards this new approach of aligning profit and purpose in business development plans.
Shared Value proposes that social and environmental issues can be solved in a commercial and competitive fashion, that the private sector can provide solutions to some of the world's most pressing issues - while making a profit.
Join Gaëlle Loiseau, CEO of Shared Value Project Hong Kong, to explore the concept of Shared Value with examples from local and global companies. Learn how combining profit and purpose creates economic value, long-term resilience, and a stronger society.
To minimize the risk of spreading the coronavirus, this informative session will be conducted in the format of a webinar. Upon successful registration, registrants will receive a confirmation email with a specific link to access the webinar on the event date.