Shared Value Project Hong Kong

Shared Value Project Hong Kong is a non-profit membership organisation funded by leading corporations to act as a catalyst for Shared Value in the Greater Bay Area.

Creating Shared Value – as defined by M. Porter & M. Kramer in their influential Harvard Business Review article – is a business strategy that creates competitive advantage by aligning profit and purpose.

As part of the global Shared Value network, we help our members future-proof their business by fostering trust with society while unlocking the next pocket of growth. By leveraging our tri-sector network, organisations can create profitable business models to address unmet community needs.