Market Sizing to Scale Your Business
11 Mar 2019 07:00pm - 09:00pm
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Market Sizing to Scale Your Business

11 Mar 2019 07:00pm - 09:00pm

More Events Garage Society Central, 9/F, 33 Des Voeux Road Central, Hong Kong Free Event
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How do you market size? How should market size inform your business idea and the growth of your business?

Join this workshop with Entrepreneur First to learn the best approaches to market size and how to apply the data to scale your business strategically and sustainably.

Entrepreneur First funds the worlds top technical individuals to meet and build world-changing startups in London, Singapore, Berlin, and now Hong Kong. In the past two years EF has created 140 startups now worth hundreds of millions of dollars, with a portfolio includes tech ranging from VR and deep learning to video compression. They’re funded by some of the most prestigious investors including Y Combinator, Index Ventures, and Octopus Ventures.


Who Should Attend

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Individuals evaluating business ideas
  • Individuals interested in EF's programme

About the Speaker
Jessica Cheung, Senior Form Advisor, Entrepreneur First
Jessica is part of the growing team that set up Entrepreneur First ( in HK, and helps individuals build deep tech companies from scratch.

Prior to this, she held a variety of roles at Nest ( as an early employee sourcing and investing in early stage tech, as well as running corporate accelerator programmes in HK, Singapore and Bangkok. She’s built and launched an equity crowdfunding platform, Investable, and started her career in digital marketing at Jamie Oliver Ltd and Founders Forum in the UK.

Jess contributes regularly to the growing startup ecosystem in the region, most recently leading Hong Kong’s first Startup Next (Techstars) pre-accelerator programme.


About Entrepreneur First
Entrepreneur First brings together the world’s most ambitious people to build startups from scratch in London, Berlin, Singapore and Hong Kong. We help individuals form teams, develop ideas, and subsequently raise funding from investors to build the world’s most important companies.

To date we have helped over 350 individuals build 80 companies with a total valuation of over $1 billion. Our major exits to date include Magic Pony, led by Rob Bishop and Zehan Wang, which was acquired by Twitter for a reported $150m only 18 months after the Founders met on the EF programme.

Most recently, we have raised US$12.4M in a round led by Reid Hoffman, founder of LinkedIn, with participation from Greylock Partners, Founders Fund and other top US venture capital firms as well as Google Deep Mind's founders.

For more information about Entrepreneur First, or to apply to join our next cohort, please visit

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