The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong student team represented by the BBA in Management Year-3 students snapped up the winner position in the Tithe Ethical Consumption Movement (TECM) Youth Promotional Campaign Competition organized by the Fullness Social Enterprise Society on 1 December 2018 held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
The competition aimed at enhancing student awareness towards ethical consumption at social enterprises in Hong Kong. Student teams had to submit promotional campaign plans for promoting the TECM event within the university student communities. The contesting teams of this competition included students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (2 teams), the College of International Education of the Hong Kong Baptist University (2 teams), the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (2 teams) and the Vocational Training College (1 team). Two winning teams were selected by the panel judges at the end of the competition. The two winners are teams representing the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. The representatives of the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong included To Wing Yiu, Lai Chi Han, Tse Kwan Tsz, Liong Tsz Wai and Dao Cho Yan.
The representatives of the second Hang Seng University of Hong Kong student team included Tse Long Yuet, Fu Tsun Kit, Wong Yin Ping, and Yuen Ka Wai who are also Year-3 students of BBA in Management programme.
The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong Winning Team shared their victorious joy with the panel judges (Ms Eva Wong 黃靜虹小姐, WEDO GLOBAL Founder (first on the left); Ms Leslie Chan, the TECM organizer (second on the left); 陳景道先生, HelloReporter 創辦人 (second last on the right); and 麥穎文小姐, 英皇教育英文科補習名師, 星島日報專欄作家, 少年警訊智庫宣傳及公關委員會主席 (last on the right)). The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong representatives included Lai Chi Han, Liong Tsz Wai, Tse Kwan Tsz, To Wing Yiu, and Dao Cho Yan).
Dr Susanna Chui, Assistant Professor of the Department of Management (sixth on the left) and Dr Victor Ng, Lecturer (Part-time) of the Department (fifth on the left), led 2 student teams to the competition.