8 alumni-based startup companies pitched their buesiness ideas and were evaluated by a panel of judges
“What next?”, “Where should I start?”, “Where can I get help?”, “What resources are available out there in Hong Kong to get me started?”
A lecture with a magic performance, using 18 real-life cases from the 18 districts in Hong Kong
These entrepreneurs transcend the dichotomy between commercial and social enterprises and create social businesses that continue to provide financial rewards to stakeholders while bringing tremendous social benefits to everyone.
The social entrepreneurs talked about the challenges their startups faced in the beginning or in later phases of scaling up
Energetic and unconventional entrepreneurs in cultural and lifestyle arenas, mostly in their 20s or 30s, passionately shared their aspirations and were not shy about the challenges and frustrations.
There are times when you have done nothing wrong at all. The only problem is, you are just too old.
When it comes to the China market, it is not a matter of “IF‘” it is a matter of “HOW”. The “Internet+” strategy, stated by the Chinese Government in a working report, will be the trend going forward in the Mainland.
Social platforms and inexpensive media production software mean that startup founders must pay attention to communications with the public on all media platforms
The panel highlights the resources and support that are available to startups in Greater China