Current turmoil reminds us that businesses cannot exist in a vacuum. The corporate sector must step up to focus on longer-term values and find win-win solutions with and for its stakeholders.
Since 2014, SVhk has actively advocated for the shift from profit-first to purpose-centric Business 2.0. Over the past year, we saw increasing willingness among businesses to move beyond philanthropy and walk the talk on “stakeholder capitalism”. The time to reset is now.
Inspiration from our Business 2.0 Partners
The Urban Renewal Authority (URA) engaged SVhk to envision community making as a new strategy for Project H19. Four visions were developed, inspiring three beautification and education programme pilots while bringing communities closer together in the process.
HKBN Group tided over with customers via a series of #ToughTimesTogether relief initiatives and a win-win Barter and Bundle plan, as well as brought its Talents together to brainstorm on how to “Make Our Home A Better Place to Live”.
Cathay Pacific engaged a diverse group of local youths in a thought-provoking journey that included volunteering work through its World As One programme – paving the way for a Travel for Good platform that redefines the meaning and purpose of travel.