External Events

The Women’s Foundation is delighted to be a supporting organisation of Work-Life Balance Week 2015 organised by Community Business, taking place during 26-30 October 2015 in Hong Kong and across Asia.
CoCoon Pitch Night enables entrepreneurs to present their products or services to a variety of audiences and seek potential founders, co-founders, team members, customers, partners and publicity.
Hong Kong's first Maternity Conference is a one-day, admission-free event designed for the general public of Hong Kong.
Join HKUST for an evening with their female alumni who have lived the journey and are excited to share the stories – how can you forge a better career and future for yourself if you take a demanding MBA program while still working at your full-time job and balancing your personal life?
On the 15th September, The Global Institute for Tomorrow will be hosting an event for the publication The Other Hundred Entrepreneurs. The event will be an evening of photography, theatre, poetry, music and storytelling, followed by a raffle ticket draw to round off the night.
Asian University for Women (AUW) Support Foundation, the primary financial arm of the Asian University for Women, located in Bangladesh. AUW provides a world-class education to 500 promising young women from 15 countries across Asia and the Middle East, regardless of their ability to pay tuition. AUW will be holding an exciting panel event at the Hong Kong Asia Society and all are welcome to attend!
TWF is proud to be the Supporting Organisation of the Global Youth Entrepreneurs Forum 2015. The Inaugural Forum was organised by The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) in 2014, and had overwhelmingly positive response from the more than 400 young entrepreneurs from over 22 countries and regions.
You are invited to join a free screening of a segment of Half the Sky - Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide. The event will be joined by Su-Mei Thompson to lead a discussion after the screening over some wine and nibbles.
Last October, the EDiversity team of parents brought many alternatives to mainstream education at the “We Need Choices” conference. This year they are presenting the topic “We Need a Break!” - what are some of the choices parents have within the highly competitive mainstream education system?
Greater China Talent Management Summit 2015, now in its 10th year, is a platform for HR professionals to share insights, knowledge and tools on talent management.