Plentiful career opportunities in digital tech field connecting talents to a bright future
Hong Kong – 24 February 2017 – Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited (Cyberport) will host the annual Cyberport Career Fair 2017 on 4 March (Saturday). Held in its third year in a row, the Fair offers over 400 full-time job and internship opportunities from over 60 technology companies and start-ups, ranging from FinTech, eCommerce, EduTech, HealthTech, Wearables, Game and Entertainment, and more.
“True to Cyberport’s public mission to nurture local digital tech talents, we are excited to host the Cyberport Career Fair for the third consecutive year,” said Dr Toa Charm, Chief Public Mission Officer of Cyberport. “Cyberport aims to promote digital tech innovation and nurture talents through this initiative in support of the growing demand for talents in the digital tech industry.” Toa added, “Together with our industry partners, Cyberport looks forward to unlocking the potential of aspiring digital tech talents by providing support for a successful career in today’s digital era.”
At the Cyberport Career Fair 2017, more than 400 exciting job opportunities, from entry-level to senior positions, spanning a wide range of fields in UX/UI, web/software development, game and app development, programming, data analysis, business development, project management, marketing/digital marketing, graphic design, etc. are available to students, school-leavers and those wishing to advance their careers or make a change in their career path.
Coincided with the opening of Cyberport Career Fair, the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer will officially launch the “IT — You Study, We Hire!” Campaign. The launch ceremony will feature a Career Forum by representatives from a number of renowned companies, including Alibaba, Google Hong Kong, HP Hong Kong, IBM China/Hong Kong and Microsoft Hong Kong, etc. Moderated by the Government Chief Information Officer, the Forum will explore the career development opportunities in rising technology sectors.
At the recruitment and exhibition booths, participants will have the opportunity to engage with recruiters in the Cyberport community, including Cyberport home-grown start-ups and alumni, Cyberport office tenants and Smart-Space companies. Cyberport start-ups will host a series of recruitment talks on the latest technology job opportunities, industry trends, insights and tips in developing a career in digital tech in Hong Kong.
For more information, please visit www.cyberport.hk.