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The Mills Fabrica, the tech incubator of Hong Kong property developer Nan Fung Group, has invested $2 million in MOTIF, an apparel knowledge platform of American apparel business development consulting firm Alvanon.
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It took an entrepreneur to reimagine the mundane home thermostat as an object of beauty — and then to make a fortune based on that vision. The entrepreneur was Tony Fadell, who had that thermostat epiphany after decades in the tech industry, including at companies like Apple. Mr.
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Taylor Host has been operating his artificial intelligence startup out of Hong Kong for more than two years. The American entrepreneur has clients from Europe, North America and Asia, but he settled in the city for its adjacency to Southeast Asia and mainland China’s massive market.
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最後更新日期：2019-04-13 22:28 在瑞士日內瓦舉行的「第47屆日內瓦國際發明展」，香港發明創新總會率領的香港代表團，展出來自香港5間大學及7間科研機構，共近120個的發明項目，共獲得56個金獎及53個銀獎，包括香港科技園公
Klook, Gogovan, and 9Gag are all successful startups in different industries, but they have one thing in common: they were all founded in Hong Kong. Hong Kong has been touted as an ideal place for fledgling businesses, boasting a total of 2,625 startups in 2017.
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One young couple who works in the tech industry have been trying for months to conceive a child but are too tired for sex on weekdays. / Illustration: Perry Tse/SCMP He is so focused on keeping his startup alive that he can’t sleep at night.
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WHub’s FinTech Whitepaper presents the key findings and facts as well as a comprehensive analysis of the contributing factors in the ecosystem that have solidified Hong Kong’s position as a leading global Financial Hub and its evolution into a competitive FinTech Hub.
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Intel Capital today announced an investment of $117 million in 14 startups doing things like making AI inference faster, helping manufacturers deploy AI systems, building semiconductors, and creating disruptive tech beyond AI in health care and communications.
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This is heavily revised from the original show transcripts. For the full interview, go here and here. In this interview, we looked back at 2018 and discussed the impact of the Flipkart-Walmart deal on the Indian venture ecosystem.
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The Philippines has hit a huge milestone: it just got its first unicorn startup. Revolution Precrafted, a developer of prefabricated designer homes, has raised its series B round co-led by Singapore’s K2 VC, valuing the company at over US$1 billion, according to two sources familiar with the deal.
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When the country calls, you step up. That’s what Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan must have thought when Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong posted on Twitter about the need for a unified payments system for Singapore.
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Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz is changing up its fundraising strategy, moving away from multi-stage, multi-sector flagship vehicles, Axios has learned from multiple sources.
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Health4TheWorld, a Silicon Valley start-up providing education and technology solutions for resource-poor communities worldwide, has been named the 2018 Stevie Silver Award Winner by the American Business Awards for the category of Services.
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Mammoth isn’t not the first startup to pitch itself as reinventing entertainment for smartphones, but for the most part, that message has come from gaming companies. Co-founder and CEO Benoit Vatere said he wanted to take the mobile-centric approach beyond gaming and social media.
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