Community Business Events
Community Business Supported Events

Community Business Events
Community Business is dedicated to raising awareness and sharing knowledge on issues related to corporate social responsibility in Asia. We run a full calendar of events, including meetings, workshops, seminars and conferences, in addition to a number of specific CSR related campaigns. For the latest list of upcoming events, please see below. To find out more details about each event or to register, simply click on the relevant hyperlink.
Community Business Conference 2016
15-16th Nov │Regal Airport Hong Kong

Leveraging over a decade of expertise and thought leadership, we are delighted to introduce the premier platform for leading, inspiring and supporting companies to adopt responsible and inclusive business practices in Asia. Read More...
The DIAN Professional Series 

A programme of world class training workshops open to public, delivered by our Diversity & Inclusion in Asia Network (DIAN) in partnership with leading D&I experts and consultants in key markets across Asia. Read More...

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17 - 21 October   EVENT
Work-Life Balance Week 2016

A platform for organisations to raises awareness of work-life balance and demonstrate their commitment to ensure happy, healthy and engaged employees. The registration is now closed and companies are ready to begin the activities for their employees from 17th October 2016.

Come 'n join Photo Contest by simply uploading photos with caption about you and your team's ideal Work-Life Balance our Facebook page, you will have a chance to win free luxurious hotel stay in Hong Kong, Thailand or Vietnam. 

For more information, please contact wlb@communitybusiness.org.

Responsible Business Network Meeting 4
CSR 3.0: Building an Open Innovation Ecosystem
LexisNexis, Suite 3901, 39/F, Hopewell Centre, 183 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

From traditional concepts of CSR such as volunteering and philanthropy, to the more advanced Shared Value principle, the landscape of today’s CSR is rapidly changing. The same applies to the business environment. Therefore, it is imperative to understand the critical role CSR plays, and how to apply strategic business knowledge and competencies to maximise each company’s investment to the community. CSR 3.0, coined by Intel, refers to businesses going beyond the traditional framework of CSR, by engaging organisations from all sectors and facilitating a platform that allows everyone to identify the causes of social issues and share resources to come with an effective solution.

For enquires or registration, please contact Kevin Chu.

15 - 16 November   CONFERENCE
Community Business Conference 2016

Hong Kong


For more information, please visit website.

For enquires or registration, please contact Daniela Chang.

17 - 18 November   MEETING - DIAN MEMBERS ONLY
DIAN Meeting 4 (incl. DIAN Advisory Council Meeting)
Hong Kong

For enquires or registration, please contact Tina Arcilla.

29 November  

Community Builders Meeting 6
Wrap-up and Networking
Hong Kong

We will wrap up the year with a review of past topics and discussions on the plans for Community Builders next year. We will also invite a special guest with disabilities who will share with the group their story of achieving the dream of making Hong Kong a more inclusive place.

For enquires or registration, please contact Kevin Chu.

Year-end Roundtable Dinner
Hong Kong

For enquires or registration, please contact Kevin Chu.

6 December   EVENT
Community Investment Forum 4
Closing the Strategy-to-Execution Gap in CSR Initiatives 
Hong Kong

Like any business strategy, the chasm between strategic intent and execution in a company’s responsible business strategies jeopardises performance while increasing risk exposure. We have seen first-hand how local offices fail to implement CSR strategies set by global headquarter due to difference in landscape, priorities and more. The Forum presents a real-life case example of a Hong Kong company manages to minimise this gap to deliver results. It will also provide companies with guidelines for achieving better alignment between CSR strategy and execution, based on Community Business’ experience of advising local companies for over a decade.

For enquires or registration, please contact Kevin Chu.


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Community Business Supported Events
Community Business welcomes any initiatives to increase awareness towards issues related to corporate social responsibility in Asia or encourage responsible business practice. Below is the list of events that Community Business supports in the ways of being a speaker and/or a supporting organisation. To find out more details about each event and to register, simply click on the relevant hyperlink.


13 October   EVENT
‘Better Business’ Innovation Series – The Innovation of Work
Hong Kong

Community Business supports The British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong in the 'Better Business' Innovation Series. In the upcoming first evening seminar - The Innovation of Work - topics in the evolution of work ranging from co-working spaces and hot desks to developments in AI and Robotics will be explored. We all upon anyone interested in the innovation of work, social innovation, what is currently going on in Hong Kong and, those interested in helping make Hong Kong an even better place to work, for all parts of our community.

For enquires or registration, please click here.

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