The Overall Objective of the Series is to exchange experience about the challenges entrepreneurs, starts and small business owners face while establishing and operating a business in Hong Kong. It is hoped that we can identify the problems and find solutions to the problems in order to conduct our business in a more cost effective and profitable way.
- An overview of Hong Kong's Start-up Landscape by Jayne Chan
- Visa challenges and options for start-up founders and other entrepreneurs by Stephen Barnes
- How to effectively produce and market your own entrepreneurial ideas and products by Christopher Dillon
- How to find a suitable business partner in Hong Kong by Chris Geary
Head of StartmeupHK at InvestHK
Jayne is Head of StartmeupHK at InvestHK, the government department responsible for attracting and retaining Foreign Direct Investment into Hong Kong. StartmeupHK is InvestHK’s initiative aimed at helping founders of innovative and scalable startups from overseas to set up or expand in Hong Kong. Their services include providing information about the startup ecosystem here in HK, connecting people to the startup community, hosting startup events and helping to foster a positive environment for startups to thrive.
Prior to joining InvestHK, Jayne was Executive Director at the HK chapter of TiE, a global non-profit network focused on fostering entrepreneurship in the markets in which they operate, and roles in marketing and business development at digital agencies, startup incubator, and architecture and manufacturing companies.
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