Good news : please Help map 1 .. 1.1...2. 2.1. 3.. 4 .. 5 ...6 what 30000 people zoom-celebrated HK startups July 2020future 8 billion peoples want to value2020 top alumni group Fazle Abed- search your top WRJ if not found rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk who are top job creating economists by practice - health -refugee sports green hong kong..where are top tour guides around billionaire 1 2 around poverty,,, we the peoples ...
2020 Entrepreneurial Revolutions top 10
1abc hong kong fintech
2abc seoul
3abc Vienna & Hague
4abc ny state community corridors
5abc nordica
6abc haidian-beijing youth
7abc barcelona
8abc uae
9abc boston
10abc tokyo
ER begun 1976 The Economist 1 2
OUTOFBELTWAY.COM lives matter-can human-tech leap over value chains of shelf -safety*health*education*loveq*finance
latest heroic city medellin .what happened to humans in last 75 years
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Questions about 45th annually top 10 entrepreneurial revolution spaces-Why is hong kong top? First the virus has caused a general post- places where people havent em;powered schools to practice humanity online are finding out how dismally unsustainable drowning in fake media can be- why has dhaka fallen out? how did new york state (outofwallstreet) make a comeback after 12 subprimed years? how did vienna leap ahead of geneva?...why do we still value uae-jordan? will adam smith's LOG make a comeback in time for the sustainability generation to be reality? how did new zealand make a comeback for first time in 15 years? why no west coast entries? why no african entry : it breaks our heart that kenya fell out and the good news is there are small countries now leaping ahead but it doesnt do them any favor to headline them until africa more coopreread the economist 1976 survey on entrepreneurial revolution- searching for an alternative to west's big 3 of corop-gov-foundation so that small start up leapfroging could match reality that 90% of innovations improving human lot were incubated msall and relemteslly over time not by 90 day profit takers-valuetrue.com if you cant exponentially see that a business model devoid of goodwill multiplying stakeholder energies is the least sustainable org design in the world then quite frankly you should not be let near big data on any of the tech that according to moore's law singularity now offer trillion times more analytic capability than available to the female team at mit that coded moon landing
black lives brooklyn; asian lives hk; austrian lives vienna; scottish lives glasgow; romance/conscious lives barcelona, rome, paris, digital connection lives NZ- rsvp if your young citizens lives matter chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
dhaka and rome and glasgow where love is all we need to end virus and other risks to every community's health and trade


welcome optimistic mapping - thanks to 1760 maps of 2 glasgow university men engineer Watt and market ethics system designer Smith

ideologies that seem to confine 1.5 billion people to be more than 3 times poorer than americans make no sense -why not celebrate every way chinese - diaspora as well as mainlanders- unites sdg- generations goals- china number 1 country to help small enterprise Soc5 and IR4 with - see why at valuetrue.com; america always be 21st C friend- how else can we celebrate the best of english and coding languages with youth www unacknowledgedgiant.com or text washington dc (+1) 240 316 8157
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Thursday, June 4, 2020

hack asia

Hack.Asia
SHAPING HONG KONG'S TOMORROW
36-HOUR ONLINE HACKATHON
6-8 JULY 2020
CHALLENGE PARTNERS
Accenture
Dairy Farm
Gammon
Hactl
HSBC
Jardine Motor Group
JRG
Hong Kong Land
JLL
Mandarin Oriental
TECH PARTNER
Microsoft
HOSTED BY
WHub
WELCOME TO
Hack.Asia
Asia, home to more than half the world's population and nearly half of the world's middle class, is predicted to have a bright future. Sustainable, inclusive growth is the goal and making this happen will require a constant flow of new ideas and emerging innovators and entrepreneurs.
Hack.Asia aims to inspire the next generation of innovators and business leaders. Hack.Asia invites students and startups to design and develop technology-driven solutions to address current challenges faced by market-leading businesses in the region. Given their reach, access to resources, and renowned entrepreneurial spirit, the best Hack.Asia solutions – if adopted – can bring transformative change throughout Asia, and beyond.
This July, participate in the next edition of Hack.Asia and join us in:
  • Celebrating Hong Kong’s creativity and entrepreneurial spirit
  • Showcasing the deep impact of innovative solutions
  • Unleashing the power of the tech ecosystem and their "make a difference" outcomes
  • Showcasing the combined strengths and benefits of the ecosystem
THE CHALLENGES
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FOR STUDENTS & INNOVATORS
Ready for Takeoff
How might Accenture help Travel industry businesses regain customers' confidence and restore tourism demand in the post-COVID era by redefining their travel experience?
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FOR STUDENTS & INNOVATORS
Retail Reboot
Are there better ways Mannings Hong Kong can predict, and meet, the future needs of Asia's diverse health and beauty e-commerce customers?
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FOR STUDENTS & INNOVATORS
Building Robust Data Foundations
Help Gammon develop new IoT and tech solutions that generate more detailed analytics to find new ways to enhance productivity and efficiencies across their construction sites.
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FOR STARTUPS
Smooth Operators
Hactl wants a data-driven solution to help their engineers better anticipate and fix potential cargo handling issues to ramp up efficiency and output and reduce cost and maintenance downtime.
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FOR STARTUPS
Leveraging Consumer Insights for Tenant Selection
How could HKL use data-driven consumer insights and retail trends to guide the selection of new tenants at HKL's shopping malls?
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FOR STUDENTS & INNOVATORS
Cooking With AI and Big Data
How can F&B businesses leverage AI and Big Data to better understand consumers, as well as to improve the customer experience and restaurant operations amid today’s new normal?
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FOR STARTUPS
Creating Exceptional Mobility & Lifestyle Experiences
Help JIM, and lifestyle-focused business partners, identify and design exciting mobility lifestyle opportunities for its target customers – high net worth individuals, women, and millennials who seek great products, services and experiences.
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FOR STUDENTS & INNOVATORS
Building a Better World
JLL is looking for technological driven solutions to extend the lifecycle of built environments and satisfaction of those who manage them.
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FOR STARTUPS
Bespoke Experiences for Bespoke Guests
How can MOHG simplify and improve the way guests find, schedule, and purchase events, eateries, and other bespoke local experiences in each of its destinations?
ADD ON: Financial Partner and Operator – Future Financial Solutions
Can you find a way to accelerate your solution for any of the Hack.Asia challenges, by plugging in financial services to your solution? HSBC offers you the chance to build in the transaction, credit or lending capability to differentiate and monetise your solution for your client.
THE TIMELINE
Time in GMT +8 (HK Time)
* compulsory, at least 1 team member
MONDAY, JULY 6
  1. 14:00 - 17:00
    Virtual Doors Open for Registration
  2. 18:00 - 19:00
    Kick-Off
    Get the resources*
  3. 19:15 - 20:00
    Meet your Team Mentor*
  4. 20:00 - TILL LATE
    Hack through the Night
TUESDAY, JULY 7
  1. 08:30 - 09:30
    Mentor/Team check-in*
  2. 10:15 - 11:00
    Hack.Asia Opening Ceremony
  3. 11:00 - 14:00
    Mentorship
  4. 11:00 - 17:00
    Acitivities
  5. 17:00
    Submit your progress report*
  6. 18:00 - 18:30
    Mentor/Team check-in*
  7. 18:30 - 20:30
    Mentorship
  8. 20:00 - 21:00
    Pitch Workshop
  9. 21:00 - TILL LATE
    Hack through the Night
WEDNESDAY, JULY 8
  1. 08:30 - 09:30
    Mentor/Team check-in*
  2. 09:30 - 12:00
    Mentorship
  3. 10:00 - 13:00
    Acitivities
  4. 10:30 - 11:00
    Pitch Workshop 2
  5. 13:00
    Deadline for Presentation & Demo submission*
  6. 13:30 - 14:45
    Challenge Finals - Startups*
  7. 14:45 - 16:00
    Challenge Finals - Students*
  8. 17:00
    Announcement of 10 Finalists and winners of each challenge
  9. 17:00 - 19:00
    Grand Prize Final
  10. 19:00
    Grand Winner Announcement
  11. 19:00 - 19:30
    Closing speech and Awards ceremony
Applications Open
APPLICATIONS OPEN
Applications Close
APPLICATIONS CLOSE
STUDENTS & INNOVATORS
11:59 PM (+8 GMT)
Applications Close
APPLICATIONS CLOSE
STARTUPS
11:59 PM (+8 GMT)
Results
RESULT ANNOUNCEMENT
Hackathon
ONLINE HACKATHON
PRE EVENTS
  • Ask us anything (related to the hackathon)! The better you understand the problem statements, the better equipped you will be to develop a solution that is relevant, sticks and scales.
  • This first pre-event will zoom into the different problem statements, and give you an opportunity to engage and network with the companies providing these problem statements.
  • Get ready for Hack.Asia with Aaron Chong - Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft HK, who will introduce Microsoft Azure, provide use cases and show you how you can leverage this platform to build your solution!
  • This workshop is open to registration, however, priority goes to Hack.Asia participants.
  • Meet people, discuss ideas and build your team at this event!
  • This workshop is for Hack.Asia participants who are looking to join teams or need more teammates.
  • Secure your online spot for a workshop to get yourself ready!
THE PRIZES
Grand Prize
GRAND PRIZE
GRAND WINNING
• HKD 50,000 cash prize
Challenge Winner
CHALLENGE WINNER
STUDENTS & INNOVATORS
• HKD 20,000 cash prize
• Internship opportunities for each team member with the sponsor
• Experience
Challenge Winner
CHALLENGE WINNER
STARTUPS
• HKD 20,000 cash prize
• Opportunities to advance a Proof of Concept with the sponsor
Bonus Prize
BONUS PRIZE
BY HSBC
• A potential opportunity to perform a Proof of Concept with HSBC
FINAL JUDGES
Anne O'Riordan
Anne O'Riordan
Group Director of Digital
Cally Chan
Cally Chan
General Manager
Charles Allen
Charles Allen
Global Head of Mobile and Smart Channels and Regional Head of Digital Asia Pacific
Jeremy Sheldon
Jeremy Sheldon
Head of Markets, Asia Pacific
John Mefford
John Mefford
Managing Director, Head of Industry/Client Services Greater China
Karena Belin
Karena Belin
Co-Founder
Michael Poon
Michael Poon
Chief Executive
MENTORS
Linda Chan
Linda Chan
Head of Digital Finance
Haslam Preeston
Haslam Preeston
Head of Digital Business
CK Yap
CK Yap
General Manager, Innovate Jardines
Ashwin Bhat
Ashwin Bhat
Manager, Innovate Jardines
Jeremy McCarthy
Jeremy McCarthy
Group Director of Spa & Wellness
Monika Nerger
Monika Nerger
Group Global Chief Information Officer
Alexander Li
Alexander Li
Group Strategy Director
Jennifer Lam
Jennifer Lam
Director & Head of Marketing and Communications
Shirley Lam
Shirley Lam
General Manager, Commercial Property
Kent Jan
Kent Jan
Director & Head of Corporate Development
Victor Kan
Victor Kan
Director & Head of Retail , Commercial Property
Gordon Farquhar
Gordon Farquhar
CEO, Mannings North Asia
Karen Chan
Karen Chan
Head of eCommerce - Mannings North Asia, Wellcome HK & Macau
Marcus Spurrell
Marcus Spurrell
Chief Digital Officer
Jen Flowers
Jen Flowers
Global Head of Strategy & Business Management
Peter Dingle
Peter Dingle
Head of Business Model Innovation
Neil Tan
Neil Tan
Head of Business Development, Asia Pacific
Jolina Zou
Jolina Zou
Senior Analyst Programmer
Toby Wong
Toby Wong
Senior Manager - Engineering Services
Edward Tam
Edward Tam
Senior Manager - Engineering Services
Iti Jain
Iti Jain
Director
Jordan Kostleac
Jordan Kostleac
Director: PropTech/AsiaPacific
Kenneth Yiu
Kenneth Yiu
Director, Enterprise Services
Henry Li
Henry Li
Director, Specialist Sales
Aaron Chong
Aaron Chong
Cloud Solution Architect
Ken Lui
Ken Lui
Management Trainee, Zung Fu Hong Kong
Leonardo Lam
Leonardo Lam
Management Trainee
Harrison Kuo
Harrison Kuo
Head of Digital Technology Services
Alvin Sit
Alvin Sit
Head of Corporate Sales and Strategic Partnership
Alison Chan
Alison Chan
Manager, Retail
Steven Lee
Steven Lee
Senior Facilities Manager
Moski Mok
Moski Mok
Managing Director, Accenture Interactive
Andy Wong
Andy Wong
Head of Digital
Ian Askew
Ian Askew
Director, Head of Engineering
David Packwood
David Packwood
Senior Construction Manager
Mandy Chung
Mandy Chung
Business Analyst

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