Recorded 31 stories of the young social innovators who are incubated by Good Seed in 2015 – 2017, it showcased the power of social innovation from different sectors for different groups of users, including care for the visually impaired and hearing impaired; the autistic, dyslexic and disabled; the elderly scavengers; and the parents and children.
Seed Experiment 2.0
Since 2015, Good Seed have supported over 80 social projects, all dedicated to bettering the lives of different people in Hong Kong through innovation. Focusing on projects launched in 2017 – 2018, this book tells the stories of 25 of these projects, charting not just their success, but also hardships and failures along the way. They show that initiating and sustaining an innovation project is no easy task, but by following a desire to do good for society, anyone could become a change maker.