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Overview

Hong Kong boasts a vibrant startup community, with some of the most impressive innovations changing the way we think of payments. Many of these groundbreaking projects are being led by startups working to find their role in the existing financial services industry, with this event being an opportunity for them to make a case for their initiative to some of the industry's foremost experts on the matter. Be among the first to learn what changes may come to the payments landscape.


Calling all Startups! This is an incredible opportunity to broaden your reach. Past winners have made great connections with leading multinationals in their industry, such as HSBC, Visa, Jardines, Johnson & Johnson, Federal Express, Otis, Scholastic, and many more.


Join our coming sessions of "HK Startups Meet Multinational Companies Series" on the theme of "Fintech", "Women's Founders", "Legal Tech" and "Health Tech" and present your pitch to leading global corporations. You will receive valuable feedback, become part of the AmCham community, make great connections, and be eligible for prizes.

Submission Deadline of Session 11 - Health Tech on May 12 (Wed)


Submit your pitch now: https://bit.ly/2KCmOnh


Remarks:

  • Webinar


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Judges & Speakers

  • 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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