Please read the terms and conditions in the "Guide to Registration of Co-working Space under the Enhanced Social Innovation Co-working Space Subsidy Scheme" before completing this online registration form.  The Guide can be downloaded from the SIE Fund website at www.sie.gov.hk/en/coworkingspace.page


Registration Procedures

  1. To register as a co-working space under “Enhanced Social Innovation Co-working Space Subsidy Scheme” (Enhanced Scheme), the co-working space operator should complete and submit the Registration Form through the online registration system at the SIE Fund website (www.sie.gov.hk/en/coworkingspace.page) and provide the required supporting documents.

  2. After receipt of a completed Registration Form and documents from a co-working space operator and establishing the eligibility of the operator, the SIE Fund Task Force Secretariat (the Secretariat) will arrange and make a site visit to the co-working space sought to be registered where the information provided by the operator in the Registration Form will be verified and photos of the co-working space will be taken.

  3. The Secretariat will notify individual applicants for registration of the application result normally within 14 working days after making the site visit to the co-working space sought to be registered and receipt of all the necessary document(s).

  4. For applicant organisations which wish to have more than one co-working space registered under the Enhanced Scheme, they should complete and submit separate applications to cover the different co-working spaces individually.


Personal Data Collection Statement:

The personal data provided in the registration form and any supplementary information provided to the Secretariat will be used by the Secretariat/disclosed to the data processing institutions concerned, relevant government bureaux/departments, for the following purposes:

  1. activities relating to the processing and verification of information contained in this application for registration; and

  2. statistics and research purposes.

The personal data which an applicant has provided will only be disclosed to those parties concerned:

  1. for the purpose mentioned in (1) or (2) above; or

  2. where such disclosure is authorised or required by law.

All documents submitted are not returnable. The data subject has the right to obtain access and makes corrections to the personal data in the registration form in accordance with Sections 18 & 22 and Principle 6 of Schedule 1 of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap 486). For enquiries concerning the personal data collected in this application, including the making of access and correction, please send a written request to the Secretariat. 

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