Risk Management in the Journey of Social Innovation

Published on: 2016-10-11

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Risk Management in the Journey of Social Innovation

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Social entrepreneur Timothy Ma, J.P., Project Consultant (and previously Executive Director) at Project Flame, City University of Hong Kong’s social innovation initiative, will discuss risk management practices crucial for budding enterprises. Drawing from his own experience, Mr. Ma will examine key issues in social entrepreneurship including external competition and financing. Venture business can oftentimes be an isolating endeavor and Mr. Ma hopes to share how, with proper risk management, entrepreneurs can find success and gratification in an otherwise arduous journey.

About the Speaker

Mr. Timothy Ma is a registered social worker and a Fellow of the Certified Risk Planners. Appointed HK SAR Justice of the Peace in 2012, he is now Project Consultant at Project Flame, City University of Hong Kong’s social entrepreneurship initiative. He has been an Executive Director of the Senior Citizen Home Safety Association from 1996 to 2012, during which the agency was the biggest social enterprise in Hong Kong – serving more than 80,000 elderly through its 24-hour Life-Line service.

Mr. Ma currently serves as a member of both the Social Workers Registration Board and Co-Opted Task Force of the Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund. He also serves on the HK Annual Social Enterprise Summit’s organizing community and as Convener of the 2016 Social Enterprise World Forum. He was awarded Outstanding Social Entrepreneur 2009 (East Asia) by the Schwab Foundation.

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