Building a company from scratch is tough.
As a startup founder and entrepreneur, you are responsible for every aspect of the business. You are directly involved in recruitment, business development, R&D, fundraising, and sometimes even office administration.
With so many responsibilities and possible directions, it is easy to get lost. Sometimes to the point of anxiety.
I understand this feeling very well, as I experienced it almost every week when I launched my own tech startup at the Science Park.
I made hundreds of mistakes during my journey as an entrepreneur. Each mistake cost time and effort and could have been avoided easily if I had had a comprehensive guide about the local startup ecosystem.
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I hope this guidance will help you navigate your way through the adventurous entrepreneur jungle.
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This article is a practical guide to incorporate a startup as a Private Limited Liability Company in Hong Kong. All information is based on the ...Read More
If you think opening your personal bank account in Hong Kong was a hassle, wait until you need to open a corporate bank account for ...Read More
This article describes a set of legal documents that I would recommend every startup founder have knowledge of. Although it is tempting to directly jump ...Read More
Registering your trademark is important, especially if your startup becomes successful. If you don’t protect yourself early, a competitor might take the chance and will ...Read More
There are two government funded incubators in Hong Kong: Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) and Cyberport. This article is an overview of ...Read More
This article is a practical guide about your human resources-related obligations as a director of a Hong Kong startup. The government websites can be confusing ...Read More
This article is a practical guide to walk you through the components of an employment package that is attractive to employees and at the same ...Read More
If your startup is in need of external funds, you might want to consider applying for one of the equity-free government schemes financed by the ...Read More
Hiring interns is a good way to have motivated young people working at your company for very reasonable rates. This short article is a practical ...Read More
This article is about business development in a traditional way, not about online marketing. The purpose is to share some thoughts on how an unknown ...Read More