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Paul Szeto

Page Creation Date
2018.06.05

Page Update Date
2019.03.07

https://doi.org/10.30942/1.20180605.001
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A little change in attitude A big difference in result

Paul Szeto, co-founder of a startup company “Food Savior”, awardee of the Outstanding Student of Faculty of Business. With undesirable DSE result, Paul continued his education at HKU SPACE, and eventually made it to PolyU and majored in Marketing.

Paul developed his interests in promoting environmental sustainability during his exchange study to Sweden in 2016. On his return from Sweden, Paul set up "Food Savior", an online platform where restaurants could sell their over-produced food at a discounted price. “Food Savior” has now collaborated with about 40 restaurants in Hong Kong and saved over 700 surplus meals.