• Contemporary

  • 14.Aug
  • Connected You
  • Open source wearable art could be where fashion is going. With some gyroscope, OLED, heat sensing and blue tooth capability modules, what is wanted to combine to clothe becomes up to the developer or maker.

  • Schools

  • 14.Aug
  • Innova Peru
  • Innova Schools, the home of first world blended learning and design ideas are being adapted in Peru. Students at this IDEO designed school achieved 61% proficiency in math and 86% in literacy. The creative freedom of profits is real world education.

  • Startups

  • 14.Aug
  • Why Me?
  • It can be hard to digest, but passion doesn’t get startups off the ground. Knowing that supporters aren’t buyers, the entrepreneur isn’t different from the next and getting 1% of the market can be a drop in the bucket, could lead to solving a problem, not an ego.

  • Incubators

  • 14.Aug
  • Collaborative Africa
  • Are Africa’s local economies mature enough for all of the incubators popping up? Hubs are pivoting to become less lofty in their aspirations. Training, mentorship with the hope of being a collaborative meeting space could be further in line with market demands.

  • Training

  • 14.Aug
  • Native Child
  • The digital natives myth of today, that the young have market power in achieving the shape of IT of tomorrow is being diluted. Children do not build the apps being used that older people create. Hype or not, who is really the tech inventor?

  • Jobs

  • 14.Aug
  • Coffee Awards
  • The call for nominations of the recognition awards for coffee workers is a great way to bring acclaim to those that serve up this pastime drink. What makes a great barista or bean leader? With some sparkle, new beginnings in passed up industries can thrive.

Incu-App

The Hong Kong Science and Technology Park has just opened a new incubation program focusing on gaming, web and mobile start-ups. Offering up to HK$408K to help get businesses off the ground, there are a lot of hoops to jump through, but if you are creating in a Tiger economy, don’t pass this opportunity up.

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The Hong Kong Science and Technology Park has just opened a new incubation program focusing on gaming, web and mobile start-ups. Offering up to HK$408K to help get businesses off the ground, there are a lot of hoops to jump through, but if you are creating in a Tiger economy, don’t pass this opportunity up.

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