EVENTS

"How to Move a FinTech Startup?"

 

 

 

 

 

The FinTech Impact in Asia and the Entrepreneurs who Run the FinTech Startups
 
How to Move a FinTech Startup?
 
FinTech has become one of the hottest areas among the startups in Asia. We, InnoSpace, are pleased to co-host with Incu-Lab to present the inaugural sharing session on FinTech and Entrepreneurship. We are honoured to invite top-notch entrepreneurs and outstanding operators as our guest speakers in this one-day seminar.

 

Date: 9th Aug, 2018 (Thursday)
Time: 7:00pm
Venue: InnoSpace (2/F., On Tin Centre, 1 Sheung Hei Street, San Po Kong)
Language: Conducted in Cantonese, English translation off stage if needed
Entry: Free of Charge

 

Don't miss this opportunity to have a face-to-face chat with successful entrepreneurs and operators!

 

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These distinguished speakers will candidly share their insights into the following key areas of FinTech industry and its impact:
 
- Their startups' FinTech products
- Why and how they choose their area of interest in FinTech where trend is always evolving.
- Their success stories in pushing & operating the startups
- How they face the obstacles during the journey
- Insights out of their exciting entrepreneurial experience

 

Speakers

 

Robert Liu
CEO & Founding Partner, YinTran
Robert was born in Taipei, to Shandong parents, and then raised in Tokyo and the US. He has spent the last 20+ years in Hong Kong, and previously worked inengineering and banking in HK, NY, LA, and Silicon Valley. He is also a graduate of W&M (High Honors), Stanford (Engineering), UCLA (MBA).
Developed a HK e-wallet that allows anyone or any merchant to make or receive payment via mobile devices with bank-grade security. A Hong Kong based company, started and developed in Hong Kong, with a focus on technology, security, design and innovation. Company founders are a senior banker (CS, UBS), a lawyer (MNC) and an engineer (MIT, Apple, Microsoft) that all have passion for technology, design and innovation. Their mission is to allow people to transfer money with the least

 

Carlos Tsang
Co-founder and COO, FundPark
Carlos Tsang is the co-founder and COO of FundPark, which is an Asian online trade finance platform. He is responsible for overseeing the internal operation of the company, including how to streamline the workflow to conduct a more efficient model than banks; how to utilize machines to disrupt the financial market and lower the cost; and how it is possible to promote financial inclusion for society as a whole. Ho is also interested in growth hacking and always looks for different alternatives to grow the business. Prior to this venture, he gained years of experience in banking with corporate investment teams.

 

Jack Chen
COO, HEYCOINS
Jack is currently the COO at HEYCOINS, a global kiosk network that empowers people by digitalizing their cash. He is responsible for the company's overall vision, business development as well as day-to-day operations.
Jack strongly believes the most importantthings to have in life are journeysand adventures. He has lived in both the United States and China before moving to Hong Kong several years ago. He has been trying to solve an importantproblem in theplaces he has previously lived in,and  joined the HEYCOINS team in early 2017 to address the city's long time problem with coin circulation.
Prior to joining the HEYCOINS team,he worked in a variety of organizations across industries such as the Asian Pacific Environmental Network (Bay Area, USA), Cogobuy Group / IngDan (HKSAR), E-Joy Cultural Creative Co., Ltd (Shenzhen, China), and the Hong Kong Maritime Museum (HKSAR). Jack received his education at University of California, Berkeley, Lingnan University Hong Kong and Fudan University, China.

 

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