Office Visit by Mr. KS Wong

We are very honored that Mr. KS Wong, Secretary for the Environment visited our office at Cyberport Hong Kong last Friday to interact with our team. Lavin Yeung, Thomas Ho and Jason Wu had a very great chat with Mr. Wong, sharing their thoughts on the Environment Protection Department’s (EPD’s) current Graduates Subsidy Programme.

Mr. KS Wong is chatting with Lavin and Thomas
Mr. KS Wong is chatting with Lavin and Thomas

With the COVID-19 situation, it’s been very difficult for new graduates to look for their first jobs. In an effort to provide work opportunities and nurture talents in areas relating to environmental and sustainable development, the EPD has launched this programme to subsidize private companies and organizations for employing these graduates.

Everyone in our team has their focus on one of the sustainable development goals

It’s our corporate responsibility to nurture young talents. Promoting lifelong learning opportunities is one of our priorities!

Stay tuned for the Interview Video!

Partnership in educational programmes with YMCA and SUPERSTATION

Young people are the future of our community. They are the generation that can change the world. ESG Matters values and supports bringing quality education to our next generation.

At this morning’s virtual MOU signing ceremony, We had the honor of celebrating the official partnership between Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong and SUPERSTATION from Japan. Along with guests — Dr David Chung from ITB, Mr Stephen Phillips (傅仲森) from Invest Hong Kong, and Mr Eric Chan from Cyberport Hong Kong.

In the coming months, YMCA and SUPERSTATION will be curating a range of educational and cultural programmes. They aim to promote creativity, innovation, technology and youth leadership. As the facilitating partner, we at ESG Matters are very excited to be a part of this youth empowerment movement.

Pledging Ceremony to Support ENB’s Green Employment Scheme

ESG Matters Asia May Lit attended the pledging ceremony to support ENB’s Green Employment Scheme at HKPC – Hong Kong Productivity Council last night.

The programme aims to subsidise companies and organisations to employ graduates working in areas related to environmental discipline, sustainable development and more by providing job opportunities for graduates interested in environment-related fields.

Feel free to contact us to find out more about the mentorship programme.

Green Employment Scheme