Quick Recap of Final Pitch 2016

Quick Recap of Final Pitch 2016

Final Pitch of DreamCatchers 100K

DC100K is a seed fund for entrepreneurial students and young alumni to kick start their business ventures. The Final Pitch was held on 28 August at Rayson Huang Theatre, HKU. 18 teams pitched to compete for TEN $100,000 awards. Congratulations to all winners!

Details of the 18 finalists: Click here

Assessment Criteria: Click here


Mr Jason Chiu Chief Executive Officer of Cherrypicks
Mr David Fong
 Managing Director of Hip Shing Hong (Holdings) Co Ltd
Professor Andy Hor Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research), HKU
Professor John Kao Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Global), HKU
Dr George Lam Chairman of Cyberport Management Co. Ltd
The Hon Mrs Fanny Law Chairperson of Hong Kong Science & Technology Parks Corporation
Mr Theodore Ma Director of MaBelle Jewellery Co. Ltd; Co-founder of CoCoon

DC100K Winners:

█ Chillazy
“A physical hammock lounge for the exhausted working class”

“To build a fully automated instrumentation for easy and simple cancer screening”

█ DNA Replicator
“To provide an affordable and portable PCR machine for DNA am in schools and developing countries. ”

█ Living Tissues Company Limited
“To develop an automated system to fabricate cartilage from stem cells and biomaterial for repair in-house with minimal human interference”

█ MedEXO Robotics
“Exo-Stabilizer: Public Affordable Wearable Robotic Device for Parkinsonʼs Disease Patients”

█ Movabar
“A Platform(Web & App) and System for Off-Site Food & Beverages (F&B) Catering Services”

█ Motion
“To enable an affordable solution for self-contained motion tracking and sports training for the general public and professionals alike”

“A revolutionary digital receipt solution that replaces traditional paper receipts to streamline the whole aftersales process, while enhancing customer loyalty”

“Your curated online food and food lifestyle marketplace that revives the everyday artisan and his/her products through a community-driven platform of experienced foodies”

█ Smiley Box
“To deliver boxes of toys to households on a tiered and annual subscription basis, following toy-curriculums developed by our child-education experts; these toys are later collected and recycled to generate educational opportunities for underprivileged children, to minimize resource waste, and to contribute to our local communities”


People’s Choice Award (supported by HKU Graduates Association):

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