Grassroots community event ideas to get entrepreneurs talking and vested in helping each other succeed.
A growing list of women in tech in Asia. Female engineers, product managers, senior leadership, founders, & CEOs. Hong Kong, China, Japan, Singapore, & more!
Serial entrepreneur Sam Ng shares his product development for his profitable startup HelperGo, a marketplace app for home services. Focus on team composition, fundraising, analytics, and what works for Hong Kong.
Impact HUB Tokyo shares how the hosting team nurtures innovation and collaboration, the core product of the business, through effective member facilitation.
Impact HUB Tokyo’s founders share how they refurbished their designed their space to build an impact community, their core product.
Impact HUB Tokyo Member Ryoko Okamoto compares her startup founder’s journey to her other passion: climbing and mountains.
How an entrepreneur in Hong Kong used design thinking to find a market need in the niche handmade watch market, designed an app to help customers design personalized pieces, and created a scalable and revenue-driven growth.
How a Hong Kong NGO organizer discovered a market need for university student group sponsorships and developed an online platform solution that generated revenue as proof of concept one year later to attracted angel investment.
How innovator, environmental activist, and entrepreneur Cesar Harada created Hong Kong’s first community makerspace, MakerBay, despite a skyrocketing real estate market and without traditional backing from real estate firms or investors.
Every week, we feature one entrepreneur or startup in East Asia that we respect. This week, we interviewed Simon Ng, Founder and Chief Editor of AppCoda, a leading iOS development tutorial platform.