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Hong Kong venture capital fund and technology companies provide $15 million in additional annual angel fund investment for CityU HK Tech 300 start-ups
MoUs signed between CityU and three venture capital fund and technology companies will establish a co-investment partnership that will provide at least HK$15 million in additional angel fund investment each year to selected start-ups incubated by HK Tech 300.
CityU launches 1st nationwide HK Tech 300 Start-up Competition to promote start-up entrepreneurship in Hong Kong and mainland China
To further drive innovation and technology (I&T) development in Hong Kong and mainland China through a contest, CityU announced the first nationwide HK Tech 300 Start-up Competition, which will be held in various regions on the mainland.
The first batch of local start-ups to receive investment funding under the HK Tech 300 Angel Fund from CityU has been announced on 26 April 2022. Altogether 49 start-ups specialising in bio and health technology, deep tech, information technology and artificial intelligence (AI), fintech and other areas have been selected to receive up to HK$1 million each.
CityU and the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, deepening their collaboration to develop new research projects by integrating their research and development capabilities and intellectual property.
The second instalment of the HK Tech Masterclass by CityU focused on recent perspectives on innovation and research aimed at benefiting the world.
Record-breaking 80 Start-up Teams Awarded CityU HK Tech 300 Seed Fund Embarking on Entrepreneurship Journey with New Cohort of Mentors
CityU held the third round of the Seed Fund Presentation Ceremony on 16 December for its large-scale flagship innovation and entrepreneurship programme titled HK Tech 300.
Five faculty members at CityU are conferred the Outstanding Research Award this year for their eminent performances in materials science, media and communication, biomedical sciences and data science.
CityU and Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on 11 November for launching collaborative programmes in Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area (GBA) and further promoting innovation and entrepreneurship in the region.
CityU launched HK Tech 300 on 23 March that aims to establish 300 start-ups championed by CityU students in three years with an investment of HK$500 million.
Taiwan’s economy and education system were the focus of a talk by Professor Kuan Chung-ming, President of National Taiwan University, on 23 May as part of the City University Distinguished Lecture Series.