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Startups in Asia 2014

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My presentation for the Blue Startups conference East Meets West 2014 on November 6-7 at the Modern Honolulu on Oahu, Hawaii - this was a 30-minute talk on the history of the Hong Kong startup scene and snapshots at other Asian startup hubs.

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Startups in Asia 2014

  1. Startups ASIACASEYLAU.comby EAST MEETS WEST 2014 in
  2. • Born and raised in Vancouver, spent a few years in Kahala Elementary and been in HK since the handover. • Co-founded and sold HK’s first 
 e-commerce Dotcom in 2000. • 3 more startups - 1 sold, 1 crashed and 1 continues without me.
  3. STARTUPS in less than10 slides HK the story
  4. HONG KONG AS TECH HUB ‣ Silicon Valley’s ecosystem is currently 3X bigger than New York City, 4.5X bigger than London + 12.5X bigger than Berlin. London is the largest technology ecosystem in Europe. ‣ SV’s ecosystem has 22% more companies in the “scale stage” than in NYC and 54% more than in London.CYBERPORTCIRCA 2009
  5. STARTUP MONDAYSCIRCA 2009
  6. BOOT HKHONG KONG’S FIRST STARTUP CO-WORKSPACE
 CIRCA 2010
  7. STARTUP MONDAYSCIRCA 2010
  8. STARTUP SATURDAY 2010
  9. 6 TO 6000 MEMBERS
  10. 500+ ATTENDEE CONFERENCES
  11. http://www.startupshk.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/image_Snapseed.jpg PITCH CLUB
  12. ‣ MailTime: US$500K ‣ Notey: US$500K ‣ SnapTee: US$650K ‣ OpenBall: US$750K ‣ HotelQuickly: US$1.1 million ‣ Grana: US$1 million ‣ AfterShip: US$1 million ‣ Bindo: US$1.8 million ‣ 9Gag: US$2.8 million ‣ GoGoVan: US$6.5 million INVESTMENTS
  13. EXITS
  14. 18 CO-WORKSPACES 5-MINUTE TOUR HONG KONG
  15. THE HIVE
  16. COCOON
  17. THE GOOD LAB
  18. ‣ PaperClipHK ‣ Sheung Wan ‣ Academy ‣ Desks ‣ Eventspace PAPERCLIP ACADEMY
  19. GARAGE SOCIETY
  20. SMART-SPACE
  21. StartupsHK.com
  22. Startbase.HK
  23. Startup Jobs
  24. SINGAPORE TAIPEI SEOUL JAKARTA BORACAY TOKYO
  25. Startup Ecosystems in Asia Infrastruture Regulation Financing Talent Technology Culture China Hong Kong India Indonesia Japan Korea Malaysia Philippines Singapore Taiwan Thailand Vietnam
  26. ASIAN CYNICISM ‣ Parental restrictions ‣ Property/Stocks ‣ Bank hiring ‣ Low tech education ‣ Role Models ‣ Globalization ‣ Fear of Failure
  27. ‣ Singapore government has allotted massive funding, schemes and matching budgets for startups. ‣ Lots of co-workspace. ‣ Lots of angels and investment groups. ‣ Government subsidies. ‣ Growth forces them to look Pan-Asia. ‣ English/Mandarin. SINGAPORE
  28. ‣ Low-cost, good English, Taipei is great. ‣ Major tech hardware brands. ‣ 23 million population. 17 million+ online. 60% Facebook penetration. ‣ Low seeds and NO Series A. ‣ Good place to start if you want to go global but NOT China. TAIWAN
  29. ‣ Think big. Then think even bigger. Then x100. ‣ A billion dollar startup < 10 different billion dollar startups. ‣ Can create a hit in a single A-class city. ‣ Barriers to entry/exit. ‣ Beijing is Silicon Valley East. ‣ HK no longer a gateway to China: 
 IF you want to go to China, GO to China! CHINA
  30. ‣ Next big tech sector in Asia. ‣ K-Pop, Korean Dramas = viki.com = US$200million. ‣ Samsung not driving innovation. ‣ Government set aside $4B for creative economy, $400mm just for startups early stage investments. ‣ Not a market, Korean ideas don't always 
 translate. KOREA
  31. ‣ What works in Japan not always scalable, cultural. ‣ Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka startup hubs. ‣ NOT a naturally entrepreneurial country. ‣ Amazing ideas, all in Japanese. ‣ Preach globalization, but long way to go, but who cares seed to IPO all in Japan. JAPAN
  32. ‣ Malaysia: Growing, angel funds, tax benefits. ‣ Thailand: Growing market. ‣ Indonesia: Mass growth market. ‣ Vietnam: Developing market. ‣ Philippines: Geeks on a Beach! SOUTH EAST ASIA
  33. Startups
  34. • Look to Asia to expand your startup. • Look to Asia to build a startup (something missing in the cracks = A LOT!). • Look to Asia for talent. TAKEAWAYS
  35. • APAC is growing super-fast. Korea and Singapore have money and drive. • SEA coming in fast with market boom. • Japan and China doing their own thing. • Hong Kong a soft landings but no longer a “gateway to China.” • Trends: Hardware, eCommerce, Uber of whatever. WRAPPING IT ALL UP

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