The Hong Kong Science and Technology Park in Sha Tin can aid the city’s push for tech talent by setting up recruitment bases worldwide to help start-ups and small-scale companies bring in talent. Photo: Dickson Lee
The Hong Kong Science and Technology Park in Sha Tin can aid the city’s push for tech talent by setting up recruitment bases worldwide to help start-ups and small-scale companies bring in talent. Photo: Dickson Lee
Ricky Chiu
Opinion

Opinion

Ricky Chiu

Success in global tech talent chase requires reimagining Hong Kong’s approach

  • Hong Kong is already trailing the likes of Shenzhen and Singapore, so it needs to go all out to be competitive again
  • Apart from offering subsidies and allowances, the city could also roll out a mentorship programme, widen internship opportunities and provide more versatile training

The Hong Kong Science and Technology Park in Sha Tin can aid the city’s push for tech talent by setting up recruitment bases worldwide to help start-ups and small-scale companies bring in talent. Photo: Dickson Lee
The Hong Kong Science and Technology Park in Sha Tin can aid the city’s push for tech talent by setting up recruitment bases worldwide to help start-ups and small-scale companies bring in talent. Photo: Dickson Lee
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