Overview

"HK Startups Meet Multinational Companies Series" is an ongoing series of meetings, showcasing Inspiration, connecting start-ups with corporates, and building a successful, sustainable innovation community in Hong Kong.


COVID-19 brought Biotech and Healthtech to the forefront of public attention, policy, and investment, as the race for treatments and cures to enable long-term re-opening of economies accelerated. Hong Kong has actually played a leading global role in critical COVID research - and Biotech/Healthtech research and advancements for other diseases and health issues. And Biotech features prominently in Hong Kong startup activity, emphasis and support. What Biotech/Healthtech sectors will see winning startups emerge in Hong Kong? What is Hong Kong's long-term role in the global Biotech/Healthtech innovation ecosystem?


Join us on September 25 for the fifth session: Vigor. We will invite start-ups with technologies that contribute to Biotech/Healthtech innovations for corporates, government, and society.




Remarks:

  • Webinar

Opportunities for Start-Ups

Are you interested in joining AmCham's start-up community?

Does your Hong Kong start-up have technology and innovation that can help on Hong Kong's road to recovery? Want to present your pitch to leading global corporations like Microsoft, Google and HSBC, and learn from the Inspiration of the Month?


In this ongoing series from AmCham Innovation and Technology Committee, Hong Kong start-ups will have the opportunity to present their pitches to executives from leading global and Hong Kong corporations. This is just part of what you will experience at AmCham. Don't miss out on these unique opportunities to connect with Global Tech Leaders, Inspiration of the Month and the Start-up of the Month:



The theme for our next session is Vigor (Healthtech). Be sure to submit your pitch by Sep 7 to be considered and indicate if your start-up aligns with the theme.




More sessions will be coming in the future, highlighting other key sectors for innovation in Hong Kong. To make sure your start-up is considered for future sessions, be sure to submit your pitch in the below form! 



Upcoming Sessions:

Session 6 - Build (Oct 30)

Session 7 - Community (Dec 4)


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Judges & Speakers

  • Clifford Chow (Deputy General Manager (SEA) at Prenetics)

    Clifford Chow

    Deputy General Manager (SEA) at Prenetics

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  • Amit Raheja (Managing Director, Hong Kong & Macau of Johnson & Johnson (HK) Ltd)

    Amit Raheja

    Managing Director, Hong Kong & Macau of Johnson & Johnson (HK) Ltd

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  • Karena Belin (Co-Founder, COO/CFO, RO of AngelHub)

    Karena Belin

    Co-Founder, COO/CFO, RO of AngelHub

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  • Kevin Lo (Se. Managing Director, Southeast Asia & Korea, Hong Kong/Macau Region of Varian Medical Systems)

    Kevin Lo

    Se. Managing Director, Southeast Asia & Korea, Hong Kong/Macau Region of Varian Medical Systems

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  • Jamie Kebely (Senior Director, Government Affairs & Market Development, Asia-Pacific of Varian Medical Systems)

    Jamie Kebely

    Senior Director, Government Affairs & Market Development, Asia-Pacific of Varian Medical Systems

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  • Tara Joseph (President at The American Chamber of Commerce in HK)

    Tara Joseph

    President at The American Chamber of Commerce in HK

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  • Gregory Franc De Ferriere (Head Of Products - Wireless Enterprise Headsets at Logitech)

    Gregory Franc De Ferriere

    Head Of Products - Wireless Enterprise Headsets at Logitech

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  • Jen Flowers (Global Head of Strategy & Business Management, Partnerships & Innovation, RBWM at HSBC)

    Jen Flowers

    Global Head of Strategy & Business Management, Partnerships & Innovation, RBWM at HSBC

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  • Todd Bryan (Managing Partner at Velotech Strategy)

    Todd Bryan

    Managing Partner at Velotech Strategy

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  • Ming Lai Cheung (Manager for Illicit Trade Prevention – Asia at Philip Morris International)

    Ming Lai Cheung

    Manager for Illicit Trade Prevention – Asia at Philip Morris International

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Tickets

Cancellation Policy

•    All cancellations must be notified in writing at least two working days prior to the event, or six working days prior to the conference. No-shows will be charged
•    When Typhoon 8 (or above) or Black Rainstorm Signal is hoisted, all events will be cancelled