TechForGood Challenge

The challenge for green-tech and social-tech startups!
Are you a tech-startup based in Hong Kong? Bringing positive impact? This challenge is for you!

So In So Good nurture social entrepreneurship in Hong Kong! 

We are run by:


The Social Entrepreneurship Expertise

INCO is a social enterprise that supports the new generation of entrepreneurs. Through its impact investment fund of 100 million euros and its 13 incubation programs, INCO aims at shaping a new economy that will create jobs and economic opportunities for all.

Each year, INCO organizes Impact² at the City Hall of Paris to promote entrepreneurship and the new economy worldwide. This World Forum gathers over 1,500 participants such as business leaders, policymakers, financial institutions and entrepreneurs.


The Tech Expertise

HKSTP enables science and technology companies to nurture ideas, innovate and grow, supported by its R&D facilities, infrastructure and consulting services.

HKSTP has been offering its expertise to innovative entrepreneurs for over 13 years and has accompanied them in their startup and takeoff phases. As of today, HKSTP manages three incubation programmes: Incu-App, Incu-Tech and Incu-Bio.

HK Jockey Club

Founded in 1884, The Hong Kong Jockey Club (“HKJC”) is a world-class horse racing operator and Hong Kong’s largest community benefactor, as well as one of Asia’s most prestigious membership clubs. Operating as a not-for-profit organisation, the HKJC allocates its surplus for charitable and community projects through its Charities Trust.

Working with Government, non-governmental organisations and community partners, the Trust is committed to improving the quality of life of the people of Hong Kong, and providing immediate relief to those most in need. A philanthropic organisation in its own right, the Trust also proactively identifies and initiates projects that anticipate future community and social needs.

This two-fold project, "Jockey Club Social-Tech and Youth Entrepreneurship Programme", is generously funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust for the next three years.