Macau, St. Joseph Seminary, Largo de Santo Agostinho 5, Macau - China, Macau



  • Wednesday 27 April 2022


  • USJ503, The University of Saint Joseph, Estrada Marginal da Ilha Verde, 14-17, Macau
  • 澳門青洲河邊馬路14-17號聖若瑟大學USJ503室

Video Record:

Cooperation Partner:

  • University of Saint Joseph


  • 18:30 to 20:00


  • Free


  • English

Transportation Info:




Dr. Jenny Guan

Dr. Jenny Guan is the President of the Administrative Council of Macau Institute for Corporate Social Responsibility in Greater China (MICSRGC). She is also an Assistant Professor and an academic coordinator for Hotel Management Program of the Macau Institute for Tourism Studies. Previously, she worked for one of the big-4 accounting firms, providing assurance services to companies from more than 10 different industries. She has published in various business and management journals and books published by internationally renowned houses such as Routledge, Palgrave Macmillan and IGI Global.




How to utilise limited resources and at the same time care about the various stakeholders has become a main challenge for public companies as well as for government bodies and regulatory authorities. Through the introduction of a theoretical framework, its practical implication and discussion, this seminar aims to introduce the current status of promoting Corporate Social Responsibility reports in Macau and in the Greater Bay Area. It is strongly argued that Macau must take a more active role in contributing towards “CSR” and various aspects of the Sustainable Development Goals.

This seminar will also introduce the “Deignan Award for Responsible Entrepreneurship”, which is scheduled to be launched on Friday 22 April 2022 with a focus on small-and-medium-sized enterprises. The award criteria and application procedures will be introduced in detail.