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SheMeansBusiness Launch Ceremony | July 18, 2016
Time: 2016-07-11    BY Gavin Cheung   From: HKU Faculty of Business and Economics   Clicks: 1170
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You are cordially invited to the #SheMeansBusiness Launch Ceremony, Panel Discussion and Workshops co-organised by Facebook, The Women’s Foundation and HKU Faculty of Business and Economics with details as follows:

Date:        Monday, July 18, 2016

Venue:      Rayson Huang Theatre, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong


10:00          Registration & networking

10:30          Welcome remarks by:
                    ●   Ms. Florence Hui, Under Secretary for Home Affairs, HKSAR Government
                    ●   Ms. Jayne Leung, Head of Greater China, Facebook
                    ●   Ms. Susan Hutchison, Board Chair, The Women's Foundation

10:40          Short video presentation for success stories of Hong Kong small business
                    (Exclusively made for #SheMeansBusiness Hong Kong launch)

10:45          Top 10 Tips on Facebook and Instagram for Your Business

11:10          Local Female Small Business Panel Discussion
                    ●  Moderator: Ms. Haidi Lun, Bloomberg News
                    ●  Panellists:
                       o   Ms. Clair Deevy, Head of Economic Growth Initiatives APAC, Facebook
                       o   Professor Paul Cheung, The University of Hong Kong
                       o   Ms. Jo Hayes, Director of Pipeline Initiatives, The Women’s Foundation
                       o   Ms. Michelle Sun, Founder and CEO, First Code Academy

When women do better, economies do better. The Women’s Foundation partners with Facebook and Faculty of Business and Economics (FBE) of The University of Hong Kong to announce a new initiative called #SheMeansBusiness in Hong Kong, an initiative dedicated to providing ongoing online and offline training for local female entrepreneurs to help them make the most of their business online and reach the potential customers globally. Facebook has successfully launched #SheMeansBusiness in some Asian and European countries such as Singapore, Indonesia, and the UK so far this year. We are proud to work with Facebook and FBE and a number of supporting partners to bring this meaningful economic program to Hong Kong, to meet the fast growth of local small- and medium-sized business.

We will be launching this partnership on Monday, July 18, by hosting a networking and education event at Rayson Huang Theatre, The University of Hong Kong.

To reserve a seat, please email with your full name, company/ organisation, job title and phone number.

We look forward to welcoming you to the launch ceremony.



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