E2 is Hong Kong’s Tech x Social Cross-Over Event on 9 November


Have you ever thought of being a tech entrepreneur or a social innovator?

Actually you can achieve both.

Entrepreneurship is never limited to specific fields for those with innovative ideas and passion to make great products. If you believe that you can change the world, you would make it happen no matter what it takes. Here is a new formula for you: By putting the elements of Tech and Social together into a business – you can be a Tech x Social Entrepreneur.


If you find yourself loving this idea, don’t miss this : E2 Tech X Social – The very first Tech X Social Cross-over platform in Hong Kong. This platform aims to promote the crossover of innovative ideas for pioneers from Tech and Social fields and facilitate more crossover products or services to flourish. Its First Event on April 21 was a great success and now a new event is happening this weekend on 9 November at Cyberport.

As part of the Global Entrepreneurship Week 2013, this pitching event is organized to let more people learn more about this platform and the philosophy behind this.The event will feature insight sharing by pioneers from various fields including entrepreneurs, incubators, innovators and also pitching from Tech X Social startups. If you are from tech fields, social service, cultural impact fields, or are concerned about Tech and Social development, you should join this, and exchange views with like-minded people.

The speakers of the event include Dr. Ernest S. Lo (the founding Director of the Centre Tecnològic de Telecomunicacions de Catalunya), Andrew Pang (Leovation Limited founder),Laurent Le Pen (CEO from Omate), Felix Lam (Managing Director at Red Chapel Advisors) and David Chung (CTO of Cyberport), to name just a few.

Let’s meet at where tech and social ideas crossover.

Register Now.

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