The Knowledge Management and Innovation Research Centre (KMIRC) has, once again, successfully hosted the Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE) Award in Hong Kong, now it its five years of operation. This year’s MAKE Award Presentation Ceremony was held at Cyberport on 18 December, followed by a sharing forum jointly organized by KMIRC and Cyberport. The event has won the support of government officials and educational and business leaders. One highlight of the event was the Sharing Forum during which Mr Neil Salton of Woods Bagot, winner of Asian MAKE Award, Mr Jiejia Lin of Kingdee Software (China) Co. Ltd., winner of MAKE Award (Chinese mainland) and Mrs Agnes Mak of the Hong Kong Productivity Council (Top winner of the Hong Kong MAKE Award) shared their KM experiences with the audience. In the panel discussion session, local winners also shared their successful experience in KM implementation. The event was well received with over 100 participants.