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Win HK$5,000 by joining an entrepreneurship training course!

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) Social Innovation and Youth Business Unit is going to organise the “Youth Entrepreneurship Training Course”. Not only half of the tuition fee will be refunded to participants with an attendance of 80% or above, but a post-course Business Plan Competition will also be held with prizes up to HK$5,000! The course contents will cover finance, lease management and tax, online marketing strategies and brand building, customer relationship management etc. Entrepreneurs will also be invited to share their startup experiences. At the end of the course, participants may join the Business Plan Competition for a grand prize of HK$5,000.   The second term of the Course will be held from March to April 2021. The deadline of registration is March 10, 2021. The total course fee is HK$1,000. Participants with an attendance of 80% or above may receive HK$500 refund in a month after the completion of the Course along with a course certificate. Please visit the official website for further details on course content and registration method.   Date: March to April 2021 Lessons: A total of 8 Lessons (An extra lesson: Business Plan Competition) Time: 7pm to 10pm Venue: Room B-E, 11/F, Genesis, 33-35 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong Target: Aged 18-35, youth interested in entrepreneurship Language: Cantonese

Professor Sir Fraser Stoddart, Nobel Laureate in Chemistry 2016, Shares His Inspirational Story

Professor Sir Fraser Stoddart, the Board of Trustees Professor of Chemistry at the Northwestern University, United States of America, visited Hong Kong in November 2019. The Innovation and Technology Bureau (now retitled Innovation, Technology and Industry Bureau) took the opportunity to invite Professor Stoddart to share his inspirational story on scientific and innovation pursuit through an interview. Professor Sir Fraser Stoddart, along with Jean-Pierre Sauvage and Ben Feringa, won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the design and synthesis of artificial molecular machines.  Dr Ken Cham Fai Leung, Associate Professor of the Department of Chemistry of Hong Kong Baptist University, was the Croucher research fellow in the research group of Professor Stoddart during his time at University of California, Los Angeles.  He assisted in conducting the interview with Professor Stoddart. In the dialogue with Dr Leung, Professor Stoddart shared his journey to a stereochemistry giant (video).  Based on his personal experience, Professor Stoddart shared the lessons on success (video) and encouraged students and research fellows to enjoy exploring the unknown (video) to make life journey satisfying.  Here is an abridged version of his sharing “Advice for Students” (video) – Permission is required in adopting, reproducing or redistributing the videos. Please send your request to enquiry@effo.gov.hk.