The startup journey is a risky, grueling but extremely rewarding one. While everyone’s experience varies, one thing’s for certain – you shouldn’t go it alone. Besides your team, friends and family, having a strong network of mentors to mentally and financially back you up is essential.
TiEHK, a global entrepreneurship network, held the ‘Startup Story: From Idea to Exit’ conference on Friday. With a mix of government officials, founders and investors in attendance, the event was made up of a series of panels set to educate and inspire anyone thinking about starting their own company.
Following an inspiring keynote from Stephen Wang, the founder of Rotten Tomatoes and AliveNotDead.com (who recently exited), our own Casey Lau moderated the “Finding The Right Idea” panel featuring: Red Chapel Advisors’ Felix Lam, YouGov’s Patrick Corr and Life Projects’ Nishant Kapoor.