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About the Hub
Change requires adaptation and preparation. Otherwise, we’d be left behind. This is particularly so for young people. Therefore, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups believes in the importance of continuous skills development that young people will require towards the future, and with generous support from the HSBC, deployed its HSBC Future Skills Development Project in 2019 to great support.
Towards this end, the Federation has initiated the “Hub for the Future”, which brings together insightful young talents and change makers, to equip them with the capabilities and competencies both for the future and to use their collective power to contribute to the society.
The Hub creates an ecosystem that cultivates the values of sustainability, builds social capital, and develops the future skills of its members. Its three main components are: (1) engagement, (2) skills learning, and (3) social innovation. It provides young people with series of systematic action-based engagement relating future skills, employability enhancement, digital transformation, social capital building and connections enrichment.
Miss Wong Lok Lam, Sammi
Innovation and Technology Scholarship 2020 Awardee
Sammi is a year 4 student majoring in Knitwear Design and Technology in The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She is going to pursue a master’s degree in MSc innovation, entrepreneurship and management at the Imperial College London.
Miss Leung Yuk Tin, Yvette
HSBC Hong Kong Scholarship 2017 Awardee
Yvette is now the Executive Director of Character Education Foundation, an NGO in the education sector, with the mission and vision of seeing Hong Kong as a city that recognises, values and promotes character education and character strengths such as gratitude, kindness and hope.
Mr Ching King Him, Jonathan
Innovation and Technology Scholarship 2015 Awardee
Jonathan is a co-founder of Gravitons, a creative company that combines technology and marketing. To strengthen social communities’ bonding by innovating the quantity and quality of community interaction through technology, Jonathan created the Gööp social media mobile app ……
Mr Chan Kin Yan, Peter
HSBC Overseas Scholarship 2015 Awardee
Peter is the founder and managing director of TreeholeHK Limited. As an entrepreneur and a psychologist, he focuses on high-impact advocacy work in leadership excellence, resilience and mindfulness. Peter has taught over 100 public classes, spoken on the TEDx stage ……
Mr Choy Wai Chak, Richard
HSBC Overseas Scholarship 2019 Awardee
Richard is a Year 4 medical student from the University of Hong Kong. He is now working on several projects, ranging from clinical medicine to public health. He would like to meet leaders and innovators from different disciplines, both inside and outside the field of medicine ……
Future Skills LinkedIn Learning exclusive for Members
You will gain access to an online knowledge base with thousands of courses ranging from business, creative and tech topics, to localised Future Skills content including wellness management, critical thinking and public speaking.
- July 12, 2021
HSBC Sustainable Financing and Investing Survey 2020
The changing face of sustainability in a post-pandemic world
Our global survey of 1,000 issuers and 1,000 investors reveals that sustainable financing and investing seems to be moving closer to the mainstream and shows how the effects of COVID-19 are changing attitudes amongst market participants.
- July 12, 2021
HSBC ESG Factbook: FY20
We’re committed to making banking faster, simpler and more transparent; to helping meet people’s financial needs in the markets where we operate; and to having a positive impact on the planet in general. Our latest Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) update outlines what we’re doing to achieve these goals (among others), how we’re doing it – and where we need to improve. We provide examples of how we’re acting on customer feedback and supporting sustainable growth to ensure we’re meeting our obligations to the communities where we operate.
- July 12, 2021
Keys to success in the Greater Bay Area – Third annual survey on drivers for growth
The Greater Bay Area (GBA) continues to gain momentum as a landmark initiative to link the nine cities in Guangdong’s Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong and Macau into an integrated economy and world-class business hub. With the publication of the Outline Development Plan in Feb 2019, each city has been assigned focus areas and set out the directions to transform the region into a city cluster. Flows of talent, goods and capital between the GBA cities are easier and more active than ever before. HSBC has partnered with KPMG China and the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC) again to launch the third annual report on the GBA, which features over 740 companies insights on the opportunities and challenges, as well as the key drivers for growth.