ASIA YOUNG SOCIOPRENEUR
LEADERS EXCHANGES
Hongkong

ASIA YOUNG SOCIOPRENEUR LEADERS EXCHANGES

ASIA Young Sociopreneur Leaders Exchanges focused specifically on youth will not only provide young people with a positive outlet for their ideas, but it will give them a space for healthy interaction as well as a sense of independence, self-autonomy and competence that acts as a springboard for them to become confident, dedicated change-makers throughout their lives. They will form a network of friends who have similar interests in bringing positive change to their communities.

PROGRAM GOALS

To raise awareness of social enterprise as a concept among the public at large in the target community, and to encourage members of the community to come up with viable social business ideas – business solutions to real social problems.

To give these potential social entrepreneurs the help they require to develop a social business plan that describes how their idea could work.


To help successful entrants to access finance and other services required to put their plans into practice.

To provide existing business development service (BDS) institutions currently serving the target community with an awareness and understanding of social enterprise, and with appropriate tools to provide BDS support to social enterprises as well as conventional businesses. In doing so, the intention is that these BDS institutions would be granted an opportunity to expand their service offer as well as increase their developmental impact.​

EVENT DETAIL

1. The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC)

The Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) is a multi-disciplinary organization established by statute in 1967. 

2 . Cyberport Hong Kong

Cyberport is an innovative digital community with over 900 digital tech companies.  It is managed by Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited, which is wholly owned by the Hong Kong SAR Government. 

3. The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong

Hong Kong Stock Exchange ( HKEx ) is a stock exchange in Hong Kong . With a market capitalization totaling more than HK $ 13.33 trillion (US $ 1.71 trillion) in December 2006, the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong was ranked 7th in the world by market capitalization listed companies.

DETAIL PROGRAM

The standard registration fee includes :

1. Entry to all conference sessions, workshop, the opening and closing session

2. Transportation services throughout the days of the conference. The built-in cost provides an integrated transport mechanism  to ensure the safety and security for all conference delegates.

3. Accommodations and consumption for  4 Nights 5 Days, Lunch, breakfast, 1 Gala and Farewell Dinner, 1 Welcome Dinner,

4. Conference kits including Bag, T- Shirt, Blocknote, nametag

5. Education Material

6. Airport-Hotel Shuttle Service

7. International Certificate

8. Insurance

9. Outgoing Preparation Seminar

  • Early Registration - Before January 7th 2018
    • Hongkong
      INDIVIDUAL DELEGATE
      General                : Rp6.250.000

    GROUP DELEGATE (Minimum 4 people in one group)
    General                : Rp6.000.000

    Where does my registration fee go?

    Delegate registration fees are a fundamental support of the conference from the carpet & lights to the volunteers & awards functions and organizers. We appreciate your support!

All applications to become an international youth delegate should be made via online application at http://bit.ly/ayslethaiform (Thailand) & http://bit.ly/ayslehongkongform (Hong Kong). In case the applicant is not able to fill it themselves, a third party may assist them in filling out the application on behalf of them (but not without the knowledge of the applicant).

  1. The international youth delegates will be selected according to these criteria:
    a. Between 18 and 30
    b. Well versed in current national/international development policies
    c. Willing and motivated to prepare their participation at Asia Young Sociopreneurship Leaders Exchange 2018
    d. Willing to ensure follow-up to the Asia Young Sociopreneurship Leaders Exchange 2018 through dissemination of outcomes and taking part in the implementation of the outcome document
  2. The role of youth delegates:
    a. To represent their constituencies during the Asia Young Sociopreneurship Leaders Exchange 2018 and actively take part in the symposium programme.
    b. To actively follow-up the output of Asia Young Sociopreneurship Leaders Exchange 2018.
    c. To raise awareness of social enterprise as a concept among the public at large in the target community, and to encourage members of the community to come up with viable social business ideas – business solutions to real social problems.

d. To give these potential social entrepreneurs the help they require to develop a social business plan that describes how their idea could work.

e. To help successful entrants to access finance and other services required to put their plans into practice.

​f. To provide existing business development service (BDS) institutions currently serving the target community with an awareness and understanding of social enterprise, and with appropriate tools to provide BDS support to social enterprises as well as conventional businesses. In doing so, the intention is that these BDS institutions would be granted an opportunity to expand their service offer as well as increase their developmental impact.


EVENT STRUCTURE

14.00 - 16.00: Airport Arrival
16.00 - 18.00: Check in and Preparation
18.00 - 20.00: Welcoming Session

09.00 - 12.00: Field Trip Research
12.00 - 14.00: Lunch and Pray
14.00 - 17.00: Field Trip Research

09.00 - 11.00: Workshop at Cyberport Hong Kong
12.00 - 14.00: Lunch and Pray
14.00 - 16.00: Business Highlight at Hong Kong Exchange

09.00 - 12.00: Focus Group Discussion at Hong Kong Productivity Center
12.00 - 14.00: Lunch
14.00 - 16.00: Seminar and Competition
16.00 - 18.00: Free Time
18.00 - 22.00: Gala Dinner