HKT Startup Ecosystem

HKT aims to empower and collaborate with startups to help them achieve success through a vibrant Startup Ecosystem that includes multiple HKT business units. Our aim is to leverage emerging technologies in order to better serve enterprises and the public sector as well as co-building a smarter city.

Hong Kong PropTech Association (HKPTA)

The Hong Kong PropTech Association (HKPTA) is an independent, membership-based organization. We aim to engage the broad real estate businesses with PropTech innovations by facilitating connection, collaboration, and cultivation.

Hong Kong Young Entrepreneur Association

香港青年創業家協會(Hong Kong Young Entrepreneur Association)發源於Facebook,前名為年青人創業聯盟,在二零零八年四月創立群組,目的為推動年青人創業精神,為有志創業之士創建一個交流的平台。

PropTech Institute

PropTech Institute PropTech Institute is a non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting PropTech—the application of technology to property. Established in 2019 by a group of committed professionals that share a passion in technology and real estate, PropTech Institute is a platform…

Next Chapter Raise

Next Chapter Raise is Asia’s first funding ecosystem designed to inspire, educate and connect female founders with savvy investors and strategic advisors.

MIT Hong Kong Innovation Node

Since 2015, the purpose of the MIT Node is to share MIT’s knowledge in innovation and entrepreneurship and cultivate the capabilities of MIT students, increasing opportunities for students and faculty to participate in the innovation process.

Xccelerate

Xccelerate was founded with the original vision of bridging the tech talent gap in Hong Kong.

Oddup

Oddup is an indispensable resource for investors, investment banks, venture capitalists, accelerators, corporate innovators and management consultancies seeking detailed information and greater clarity in the fragmented and foggy startup sector, the ICO landscape, or the cryptocurrency investment market.

Jumpstart

Jumpstart is Hong Kong’s first print publication geared to startups and small businesses.

Hong Kong Commons

Hong Kong Commons opened its doors in June of 2011 to entrepreneurs, start-up ventures and professionals after recognizing the need for affordable office spaces in Hong Kong.