Workshop of HKUST-Sino One Million Dollar Entrepreneurship Competition 2022
10 Mar 2022 19:00
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HKUST Entrepreneurship Center
Interested in joining the Competition but not knowing how to present and express the innovativeness of your idea? Wondering how to verify your innovative idea? Join us at the workshop while Prof. Sunny Huang, whose research projects tackle problems in online markets and innovation policy, and our alumni Ms. Amanda So, a serial entrepreneur, will be sharing their knowledge and experience on creating business with innovation ideas, making pitches with innovation elements to get more resources and teammates.
Date & Time: 10 March 2022 (Thursday), 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Title: Is it innovative enough?
Venue: Online via Zoom (Click here to join)
Meeting ID: 967 1829 2555
Prof. Sunny Huang
Yangguang (Sunny) Huang an Assistant Professor of Economics at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He is also a research affiliate at the Center for Economic Policy and faculty associate of the Division of Public Policy and Institute of Emerging Market Studies at HKUST. Sunny received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Washington, Seattle. His research areas are Industrial Organization and Applied Microeconomics. The theme of his research is combining economic models and econometric techniques to study policy-oriented topics. His research projects tackle problems in auction, procurement, corruption, financial development, digital economy, online markets, and innovation policy.
Ms. Amanda So
Amanda is a serial entrepreneur who started her companies during her UG study in Warwick and RPG study in HKUST. Using the skills on growth hacking and securing funding and resources she acquired then, she is currently the Founder of Wistkey (https://wistkey.com/) and MamaHelpers (https://mamahelpers.io/); leading a 3X people team in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Philippines, Indonesia, and UK. She is also a PhD candidate in HKUST in IPE focusing on the innovation development of start up companies.