Gaelle Loiseau

About Gaëlle Loiseau

Gaëlle Loiseau is the CEO of Shared Value Project Hong Kong After 20 years experience in the luxury industry, Gaëlle Loiseau was keen to apply her skillset to innovative ways of doing business. Previously working for brands such as Lanvin, Lancôme and Christofle, Gaëlle transitioned toward sustainability by helping innovative sustainable luxury brands enter the Greater China market. She also did some work on Circular Economy in the luxury industry. Gaëlle came to Shared Value Project with a mission to accelerate the shared value movement and cross-sector outcomes in the Greater Bay Area. A graduate of EMLYON (Lyon Graduate School of Business), Gaëlle has recently completed a course in Business Sustainability Management from Cambridge University. Her work in marketing and business development has spanned internationally across America, Europe and Asia, with the last seven years working in Hong Kong. Gaëlle is passionate about the positive impact the private sector can have on society and believes Creating Shared Value can pave the way for new business models.

Shared Value in the context of Covid-19

By |2020-11-17T12:21:26+08:00April 24th, 2020|

The Covid-19 outbreak has triggered inspiring reactions from the private sector to support communities with philanthropy and Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. The question is how do we maintain this momentum on the medium and long term with Shared Value?

Where Profit Meets Purpose: The Shared Value Proposition

By |2020-11-17T12:26:39+08:00February 25th, 2020|

The world is changing at a staggering pace and in order to keep up, businesses must adapt. But isn’t that what business does best - adapt? At least the successful ones: they innovate to stay relevant and ahead of the competition. So why does it seem so difficult for the private sector to adapt to the change this time?

The four pillars of Shared Value Project Hong Kong

By |2020-06-22T12:48:17+08:00August 22nd, 2019|

We are living through uncertain times in Hong Kong and it is more relevant than ever for the private sector to create legitimacy with all stakeholders. Creating Shared Value can be a tool for business to build this trust and Shared Value Project Hong Kong services are structured around four pillars to accompany corporations on this journey. These pillars underpin everything we do to drive the movement in the region.

Shared Value Summit Asia Pacific Recap

By |2019-07-03T21:06:06+08:00June 26th, 2019|

All speakers at the summit recognized that we lacked alignment on the language around creating shared value. The consensus was that CSV is part of a wider toolkit including philanthropy, CSR or the ESG framework, and that organisations can use shared value as the roadmap to achieve their purpose.

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