StartmeupHK Festival, Asia’s leading annual startup event, returns in a virtual format from 24-28 May 2021. Organised by Invest Hong Kong under its StartmeupHK initiative and guided by this year’s theme “Welcome to a Future Unlimited”, the Festival’s schedule is fully packed with exciting and insightful events. There are 14 main event programmes through the week that will unlock business opportunities for startups on an international level and discuss the latest ideas, trends and innovation with an audience from around the world.
The StartmeupHK Festival 20201 virtual format offers participants a unique opportunity to gain insights and valuable business knowledge like never before, with unparalleled access to the minds behind some of the world’s most exciting startups. Throughout the week, there will be keynotes, panel discussions, exhibitions, investor matching, hackathons and job fairs. Events are open to attendees across the globe for free, with additional paid premium sessions for ShaperZ by Finnovasia, GBA Innovation Summit by TusPark Hong Kong and Scaleup Impact Summit by WHub. Key topics up for discussion include AI, fintech, ESG, smart cities, healthcare, proptech and the opportunities in the Greater Bay Area.
This year, InvestHK is reinforcing the global reach of its annual Festival with six virtual StartmeupHK Salons, to be held in worldwide locations including North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, India, ASEAN and the Greater Bay Area, for audiences in those areas who are interested in becoming part of the Hong Kong startup scene.
Sign up now to save your spot at Asia’s leading annual forum for the startup ecosystem at www.startmeup.hk.
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