CUHK Business School

About CUHK Business School
  • Based In: Hong Kong SAR China
  • Markets Active: China, Hong Kong SAR China
  • Sector: Education
  • Beneficiaries: Children and youths, People without employment
  • Financing Provided: Equity, Grant
  • Support Provided: Access to Networks, Use of Facilities

CUHK Business School is the faculty of The Chinese University of Hong Kong committed to providing a world-class education to young people who aspire to become future business leaders in a competitive and dynamic global economy.

CUHK Business School’s participation in AVPN is led by the CUHK Center for Entrepreneurship, a Business School research centre whose directors also include professors from the Faculties of Engineering, Medicine and Social Sciences. The Center closely cooperates with CUHK’s Knowledge Transfer Office, which is responsible technology licensing, and the CUHK Center for Innovation and Technology, the unit of CUHK’s Engineering Faculty responsible for exhibition and incubation of technologies. The Center for Entrepreneurship runs the Hong Kong Social Enterprise Challenge, open students and recent graduates of all of Hong Kong’s post-secondary educational institutions. We have ongoing programs with Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, the Hong Kong Design Center and Cyberport and cooperative research projects all of Hong Kong’s universities and various Academies of Social Sciences and universities in the Mainland.


CUHK Business School team members on AVPN Connector
  • Elsie Tsui

    Project Director, Hong Kong Social Enterprise Challenge Center for EntrepreneurshipCUHK Business School

  • Kevin Au

    Kevin Au

    DirectorCUHK Business School

  • Mingles Tsoi

    Mingles Tsoi

    Project DirectorCentre for Entrepreneurship, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Perkins Ho

    Perkins Ho

    Head of Entrepreneurship & Social Innovation, Office of Research and Knowledge Transfer ServicesThe Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Purple Tsoi

    Project CoordinatorCenter for Entrepreneurship, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Terry Cai

    Post doctoral studentCity University of Hong Kong