Pinworld.co recently ran a Young Entrepreneurs 2014 contest, and they are pleased to announce the three winners. You can download their stories and perhaps inspire young entrepreneurs in your life!
Popular Choice Award: Joint winner with 456 votes each: Rhea and Armaan
Judges Choice Winner: Anoushka
The inventor of Mo's Bows was only 9 years old when he started his business in 2011. Fueled by the lack of stylish bows on the market he asked his grandmother to teach him to sew using some of the scrap materials lying around the house.
TEDxWanchai just launched its first-ever Salon entitled "Leveling the Playing Field: Democratizing Education" which was held at the Hive on September 10, 2014. The goal of this program is to keep intellectual and thought-provoking conversations going with thought-leaders and entrepreneurs throughout the year.
Featured Panelist/Ted Talks
Allison Baum, Managing Director at Fresco Capital, was recently asked to speak at the opening event of Baker & Bloom, an innovative education center in Hong Kong that aims to empower young people with confidence through courses like social entrepreneurship, creative writing, and many others.
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Global Winner of Talent Unleashed Awards
Top Finalist of GSMA Best Mobile Health Product/Service Award
Tell us about ACE HEARING and what inspired you to start this company?
ACE HEARING is the brainchild of Professor Andrew van Hasselt, a world-renowned figure in the Ear Nose and Throat field. He came
Every month, Jumpstart will provide readers with an update on new and interesting crowdfunded campaigns to watch in Hong Kong. In this week's posts we are highlighting 5 campaigns worth watching
While Hong Kong's light pollution is considered to be the worst in the world, there are 1.3billion people living without access to electricity. It was compelling to hear about Xianyi Wu's story at the Workground, a brand new co-working space in Causeway Bay.
Xian is a
Wealth of Options, Poverty of Action
Startups often start with limited resources, but they never face a shortage of theory on how to operate. Tools abound. Talks, seminars, videos and classes are plentiful. Advice is thrown around. Want to learn about building mobile apps, or crowdfunding,
Google and The Chinese University of Hong Kong have joined forced to launch of “Empowering Young Entrepreneurs Program (EYE Program)” a one-year program aiming to empower young entrepreneurs in Hong Kong. The program commences with a sponsored trip for outstanding participants to Google headquarters in Mountain View,