Skip to main content

People

Business students win two entrepreneurship competitions

08 May 2019

Lee Hoi-wah (second from left), So Kin-fung (fourth from left) and the team scoop the top prize at the A. Entrepreneur Adventure Programme.
Lee Hoi-wah (second from left), So Kin-fung (fourth from left) and the team scoop the top prize at the A. Entrepreneur Adventure Programme.
The student team from the School of Business also won the Social Innovation+ Competition.
The student team from the School of Business also won the Social Innovation+ Competition.

Students from the School of Business teamed up and won two recent entrepreneurship competitions with their outstanding business ideas.

 

In the Social Innovation+ Competition, which was organised by social enterprise Education for Good, a team comprising So Kin-fung (Information Systems and e-Business Management, Year 4), Lee Hoi-wah (Marketing, Year 4) and Fung Sum-yi (Marketing, Year 4) scooped the top prize. Apart from the HK$30,000 cash prize, the team will also be rewarded with summer internship opportunities by Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited on the Mainland or overseas.

 

Meanwhile, in the A. Entrepreneur Adventure Programme, which was organised by New World Development Company Limited, So Kin-fung and Lee Hoi-wah formed another team with four students from other universities. By addressing the needs of Hong Kong’s ageing population with an Internet of Things (IoT) healthcare platform, their unique business idea successfully brought them another win, an HK$50,000 cash prize and job opportunities in the New World Group.