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Seminars / Workshops

SUCCESS regularly organises seminars and workshops to help broaden SMEs' business knowledge and enhance their entrepreneurial skills. All SMEs and business start-ups are welcome to join. For enquiries, please contact SUCCESS at 3403 6111.

The following are upcoming seminars / workshops for online registration. Please select the activity you wish to join by ticking in the relevant box and press the "Submit" button. Successful registrants will be notified by email. Participants please arrive 15 minutes earlier for registration. Registrants arriving late for over 10 minutes will not be guaranteed admittance.
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2019-04-03 “Technology Voucher Programme”
2019-03-29 "Adversity Leadership: How to Inspire Employees to Face the Challenges of 2019 from Another Angle"
  • Seminar: “Technology Voucher Programme”
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    Topic: Technology Voucher Programme

    The Innovation and Technology Commission launched the Technology Voucher Programme (TVP) in November 2016 to subsidise SMEs in using technological services and solutions to improve productivity, or upgrade or transform their business processes. The 2019-20 Budget regularises the TVP and rolls out a series of enhancement measures, including doubling the funding ceiling for each enterprise from $200,000 to $400,000 and expanding the eligibility criteria. At this seminar, representative of the Innovation and Technology Commission will introduce the details of the TVP, including the eligibility criteria, funding scope, procurement procedures and assessment criteria. The seminar will also introduce the Retail Technology Adoption Assistance Scheme for Manpower Demand Management (ReTAAS), which aims at helping the retail industry to adopt relevant information and communications technology and other technologies to help manage manpower demand and enhance productivity.

    Speaker: Representative from Innovation and Technology Commission
      

    Language: Cantonese
     

    Registration: Interested persons are welcome to participate in this seminar.

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    Date / Time: 3 April 2019 (Wednesday), 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
    Venue: Support and Consultation Centre for SMEs of the Trade and Industry Department (SUCCESS)
    Room 1301, 13/F, Trade and Industry Tower, 3 Concorde Road, Kowloon City
    Fee: Free of Charge
    Organiser: Support and Consultation Centre for SMEs of the Trade and Industry Department
    Innovation and Technology Commission
  • Seminar: "Adversity Leadership: How to Inspire Employees to Face the Challenges of 2019 from Another Angle"
    Description:

    Content and Speaker:

    Topic: "Adversity Leadership: How to Inspire Employees to Face the Challenges of 2019 from Another Angle"

    The ongoing China-US trade tension in 2019 causes uncertainty to the trading environment. Business is full of challenges and some employees may become negative in face of unchangeable market conditions. In contrast, innovators (e.g. Microsoft) will adopt a “Growth Mindset” to face the challenges ahead, taking another angle of and growing from the challenges. This seminar will share how to manage adversity and reinterpret adversity in a constructive way.

    Speaker:  Dr Mark Lee, Research Director, Asia Pacific Institute for Strategy
    (Dr Lee has over ten years of research and teaching experiences at the university. He regularly conducts Leadership Strategy seminars for business leaders and senior executives on different management strategy issues.)
      

    Language: Cantonese
     

    Registration: Interested persons are welcome to participate in this seminar.

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    Date / Time: 29 March 2019 (Friday), 3:00 - 5:30 p.m.
    Venue: Support and Consultation Centre for SMEs of the Trade and Industry Department (SUCCESS)
    Room 1301, 13/F, Trade and Industry Tower, 3 Concorde Road, Kowloon City
    Fee: Free of Charge
    Organiser: Support and Consultation Centre for SMEs of the Trade and Industry Department
    Asia Pacific Institute for Strategy
Last Review Date : 26 February 2016