OWN Future Fair is our flagship event organised with our partner schools for students to find out more about the career and life paths and explore the different industries they may be unfamiliar with. Since the first OWN Future Fair that we organized in partnership with South China Morning Post and AIA in April 2016, we have engaged more than 2,000 students and parents in Hong Kong.

The Future Fair that comes in different sizes, depending on the number of participants brings together up to 30 inspiring young professionals representing different vocations. The industries and profiles range from the creative industries to start-up founders, from award-winning architects that design the Moon Base to the corporate leaders sharing their everyday lives.

We have built a platform that complements school’s career life planning services to spark students’ curiosity for the future, expose them to different options for their future and inspire them to start honing the relevant skills needed to succeed in life. We help them find and develop their passion and based on the feedback, we have already changed many lives for the better.

Your Role

We will work side by side to deliver a meaningful and valuable programme for your students and their parents. Beyond sponsoring the fees for the programme, as a partner school, you are expected to contribute to the event in the following areas:

  • Recruitment of students & parents

  • Sales and marketing as necessary

  • Venue availability

  • Refreshments as necessary

  • Transportation

  • Volunteer and staffing recruitment

Our Role

We bring on board some of the most inspiring people in town to deliver a passionate overview of their profession in an interactive TED Talk format. We also bring our experience and expertise running OWN Future Fair for almost two years now.

  • Training of student volunteers

  • Speaker management

  • Marketing material design

  • Event design and management

  • Experience design and management

  • Logistics and operations

  • Booklet design and printing