StackTrek & STRYDE Presents: How to Build a Tech Startup without Tech Experience?
22 May 2019 06:30pm - 08:30pm
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StackTrek & STRYDE Presents: How to Build a Tech Startup without Tech Experience?

22 May 2019 06:30pm - 08:30pm

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| About The Event |

Do you want to build a tech startup, but have no idea where to start? StackTrek, a global tech talent company, is here to share how. In this seminar and panel discussion, we have invited Bill Yuen, founder of StackTrek, Leon Lee and Alex Chung, co-founders of fitness app STYRDE, to share how an idea is brought to reality with the help of programmers. Hear success stories first-hand and get your questions answered from serial entrepreneurs and industry experts to kickstart your journey of realising your own startup!


Rundown:

6.30pm – 7pm: Networking

7pm – 7.30pm: Sharing Session by STYRDE

7.30pm – 7.45pm: Panel Discussion

7.45pm – 8pm: Q & A Session

8pm – 8.30pm: Networking



| Host Background |

  • Bill Yuen, Founder of StackTrek

Bill is a Hong Kong serial entrepreneur, founded eight startups in: Silicon Valley, Toronto, New York, Hong Kong, and the Philippines. Bill has spent 20 years in Toronto Canada, educated at RCM in Classical Music Analysis and University of Toronto in Economics.

  • Leon Lee, Co-Founder of STRYDE

Leon, one of the co-founders of Stryde App, is not just an avid gym goer but also a serial founder. He graduated from Imperial College London with Biotechnology degree, his first start up experience was when he got funded by the college for his BioMilk project – production of milk without cows through genetic engineering of yeasts. There he learnt the importance of practical management skills in an early stage start-up company; such as how to get the product to market and not just over-investing resources in building the product.

Stryde is now Leon’s third venture, his main role is to oversee product development and fund raising. Having been to the gym consistently 8 hours a week for 8 years, with more than 3000 hours of gym time under his (lifting) belt, he believes that any true accomplishments comes from persistency and passion.

  • Alex Chung, Co-Founder of STRYDE

Alex, one of the two Co-Founders of STRYDE, is responsible for the marketing and branding of the up-and-coming fitness mobile platform.

Alex found his passion in both fitness and marketing after moving to the U.K. to study, having been drafted to his high school’s rugby team and also opting in for business studies - the rest was history.

After graduating from university majoring in marketing and moving back to Hong Kong, Alex started working in the fitness industry as a digital marketer. He would eventually move on to pursue a career in public relations, where he worked with international luxury, fashion and F&B brands on a daily basis. When Leon (now the other co-founder of STRYDE) approached Alex to start a venture in fitness, Alex jumped on the opportunity to once again be a part of this ever-growing industry, to help individuals become healthier and better versions of themselves.


<About StackTrek>

StackTrek connects Philippines top 2%, 11% and 22% of developers with jobs at companies globally. We created a platform that enables the best and brightest to basically scale their abilities as technologists, and in the process also solve the problem that many companies around the world are facing, and that’s serious tech talent shortage. 

The win-win solution allows rapidly growing tech companies immediate access to tap into undervalued talent and enables the talented programmers from developing world an equal opportunity to thrive in the digital economy. Philippines is StackTrek’s launch country. The nation is the world’s #2 IT outsourcing destination capturing 12% global market. StackTrek launched in the Philippines, and aim to scale across the developing world.


| Date & Time | 

Date: May 22nd, Wednesday
Time: 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Language: English


| Venue |

We will be at the small studio bar inside Kafnu. Kafnu is located on the 2nd floor of the newly opened Kerry Hotel on Hung Luen Road 38. The closest MTR is Whampoa MTR exit C2. You can also conveniently access the venue from Hong Kong Island via the North Point <--> Hung Hom Ferry which takes only 7 minutes. Schedule here: http://bit.ly/kafnu-ferryschedule

Kafnu Hong Kong
2/F, Kerry Hotel, 38 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom


| Ticket Fee |

Member & Non-member: Free of Charge
Max pax: 30

 

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