Join us for a transformative gathering at the 【STARTMEUPHK festival】 in partnership with EQT Foundation and The Mills.

Join us for a transformative gathering at the 【STARTMEUPHK festival】 in partnership with EQT Foundation and The Mills. Discover the power of impact-first investment and incubation strategies at “Shaping Legacy: Impact Strategies Unveiled for Family Offices.”

This event takes place on November 10th from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

EQT Foundation, renowned for their expertise in driving societal improvements through capital allocation, will deliver a keynote address, providing valuable insights on connecting impact with superior financial returns. Gain wisdom from thought leaders during two engaging panel discussions featuring esteemed Hong Kong Business Families, impact investors, and impact ventures.

Panel I focuses on integrating positive values into philanthropy and investment strategies, featuring speakers Vanessa Cheung(Managing Director of Nan Fung Group), Karen Cheung(Chief Strategist at The D. H. Chen Foundation and Executive Director of @Vervain Resources), and Charles Ng(Executive Director of Office for Attracting Strategic Enterprises, The Government of the HKSAR)

Panel II explores impact-led investment trends and market opportunities, featuring Ronald Chan(Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Chartwell Capital), Lillian Li(Executive Director of Social Impact Partners Limited), and Venny Chan(Co-Founder and Managing Director of Contented Living Group Limited).

Experience firsthand the groundbreaking solutions from EQT Foundation’s portfolio companies and witness demonstrations of style and agrifood solutions by The Mills Fabrica.

Furthermore, there will be an announcement regarding the co-organization of a future impact investment contest in Hong Kong, aimed at attracting more talent.

Join us in shaping the future by integrating impact into your overall strategy for optimal returns. Connect with like-minded individuals, share your knowledge, and be inspired. Light refreshments will be served during networking.