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WHAT IS SHARED VALUE?

Shared Value creates measurable economic value for an organisation in the form of new revenue or cost savings, while generating value for the community by improving social or environmental conditions.

Creating Shared Value (CSV) – as defined by Prof. Michael Porter & Mark Kramer in their influential Harvard Business Review article – is a business strategy that creates competitive advantage by aligning profit and purpose.

CSV uses a business’s core expertise help solve problems we face as a society profitably and fosters collaboration between the public, private and non-profit sectors to maximise social impact.

SHARED VALUE PROJECT HONG KONG

SHARED VALUE PROJECT HONG KONG

Shared Value Project Hong Kong (SVPHK) is a non-profit membership organisation funded by leading corporations to act as a catalyst for Shared Value in the Greater Bay Area.

As part of the global Shared Value network, we help our members future-proof their business by fostering trust with society while unlocking the next pocket of growth. By leveraging our tri-sector network, organisations can create profitable business models to address unmet community needs.

OUR PILLARS

Build the business case for CSV in Greater China.

Build capacity for Members to implement CSV.

Translate societal issues into business opportunities.

Nudge business toward CSV strategies & culture.

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