Hong Kong’s government has pledged to spend US$6.4 billion during the current financial year on long-term technology and innovation development – much of it earmarked for the city’s start-up community. Illustration by Shutterstock

Why corporations see a bright future in start-ups – and want to think and act fast like them

  • Hong Kong aims to fund innovation development in the city, with much of it going to start-up community now helping to transform the global economy
  • Banks and other big businesses can support small firms focused on research and development, which lack expertise and resources for sales and marketing
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Hong Kong’s government has pledged to spend US$6.4 billion during the current financial year on long-term technology and innovation development – much of it earmarked for the city’s start-up community. Illustration by Shutterstock
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