Hong Kong Startup Weekend Change Makers

    Friday, October 2 - 4, 2015


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Hong Kong Startup Weekend Change Makers

Friday, October 2 - 4, 2015



Friday, October 2 - 4, 2015
Event starts at 5:30 pm

Jockey Club Innovation Tower
12/F, Jockey Club Innovation Tower
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Hong Kong, China

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Hong Kong Startup Weekend Change Makers

Startup Weekend Change Makers, is a 54-hour hands-on event where tech-developers, designers, social entrepreneurs and community leaders come together to share ideas, form teams, build products and launch amazing social startups. Building on the success of the first Startup Weekend Change Makers in Rio, and alongside other Startup Weekend Change Makers events worldwide, we want to use entrepreneurship and technology to find ideas to benefit our local community here in Hong Kong!

On the public holiday of the 28th of September we will be bringing together entrepreneurs, designers, tech-developers and those with a passion about social innovation, to see the challenges for themselves through site visits in Hong Kong. Then the following weekend (2nd-4th of October) the Startup Weekend begins! and you will have 54 hours to blow our minds.  If you have a passion to innovate and make the world a better place then come along and join the action!

變革者創業週末(Startup Weekend Change Makers),是一個在54個小時內,將社創意念付諸實踐的活動。來自各方的科技開發人員、設計師、社會企業家和社區領袖會走到一起,分享想法,組建團隊,打造產品和發起令人驚嘆的社會企業。基於在里約熱內盧首次舉辦變革者創業週末的成功,世界各地陸續舉辦變革者創業週末。我們希望藉著創業精神和科技來實踐社創意念,造福香港社區以至世界各地!

在9月28日這個公眾假期,我們將會招聚各方企業家、設計師、科技開發人員和對於社會創新滿有熱忱的各界人士,一起通過實地考察去親身了解香港社會所面對的挑戰。然後,在緊接著的下週末(10月2日 - 4日)變革者創業週末開始!你會共有54個小時去打造意念然後付諸實踐。如果你有社會創新的熱忱,希望世界變得更美好的話,請一起來,並加入行動吧!

Why should you register?
你為何要參加?

Build your network
Startup Weekend attracts the best makers and do-ers. By spending a weekend working to build scalable companies that solve real world problems, you will build long-lasting relationships and possibly walk away with a job or even an investor.
建立人脈網絡 變革者創業週末把最好的創客和實幹人雲集一起,透過一個週末的工作,建立可擴展的業務,以應對世界當前的問題。你可以藉此建立人脈網絡,説不定會得到一份工作,甚至獲得投資者的垂青。

Actually launch a business
You as a participant of this event and the presenter of your idea can join this community to actually work upon your idea and build your business under guidance and support of global, national and local supporters and collaborators. Take your idea to prototype.
開展實質業務 你藉著參與這活動,表達你的意念,可與志同道合者一起實現所想。我們的指導團隊來自全球和本地不同界別,他們的意見有助你建立業務,把你的意念化成產品或服務的原形。

Get face time with thought leaders
Get one-on-one time with the experienced startup community leaders and mentors. Meet and get valuable feedback from a panel of judges and startup coaches.
會見業界領袖 獲機會與經驗豐富的初創企業領袖和導師單對單會面,並可面見評判團和初創企業教練,聽取他們的寶貴意見。

Join a global community
Startup Weekend alumni span across all the continents and scores of cities.
加入國際社群 創業週末之友遍佈世界各地。

Learn
Startup Weekends are all about learning through the art of creating. Build your own strategy and test it as you go
從創造中學習 創業週末旨在從創造中學習,藉此建立你的策略,邊實踐邊測試。

Participation Fees
Early bird tickets are priced at HK$250 till the 10th of September (prices rise after this date) - This includes 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 3 dinners, with loads of drinks and snacks to keep you going through the night.
活動收費 9月10日或之前報名,門票收費為HK$250(在此日期後價格將調升)- 包括兩份早餐、兩份午餐、三份晚餐、飲品和其他小吃,由早到晚助你保持充沛活力。

Why is this Startup Weekend Change Makers so unique?
預設特別活動

On the Bank Holiday Monday (28th of September) before the Startup Weekend: We have managed reserved some seats for the Excursion organized by the Asian Consortium, part of the 10DayFest under the Jockey Club Design Institute of Social Innovation. The Asian Consortium is a by-invitation only event which covers 4 main topics: Ageing and Well-being, Sustainable City, Social Economy & Entrepreneurship and Resilient Community.  The Excursion will take 100+ social innovators from different parts of Asia to local sites to experience and witness social innovation movements in the city.

**Seats will be allocated based on a first-come-first-served basis.  The enrollment details will be emailed to participants who have purchsed early-bird tickets around Sep 11.**

9月28日下午:香港理工大學賽馬會社會創新設計院 (J.C.DISI)的年度旗艦活動社會創新節(十日節)當中的十日·亞細亞:集集會將雲集各地的社創者分享四大社會議題的創新項目, 包括人口老化、社會企業、建立和諧城市及可持續城市。此活動只限受邀請人士參與,我們特別為變革者創業週末的早鳥報名者預留位置參與此活動舉辦的實地考察(十日·亞細亞︰處處遊),讓他們與不同界別的人士親身感受香港的社會議題,以探索社會創新如何在香港紮根,改變社會; 為創業週末尋找解決社會困境的可能性作準備。
**名額有限,先到先得,並於九月十一(早鳥完畢)通過電郵通知已成功報名參加變革者創業週末的人士**


Organizers, Judges and mentors are all volunteers.
主辦單位和導師全是義務性質。

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EVENT SCHEDULE

Friday October 2nd


5:30 pm
Registration
Arrive at the venue and get checked in


6:00 pm
Final Bootcamp
Mission / Vision Revisited


7:00 pm
Dinner & Networking
Eat food, share ideas, practice pitches, get to know fellow participants


7:20 pm
Welcome & Speakers
Review agenda for the weekend and introduce speakers, coaches, and community leaders


7:30 pm
Pitches Start
Optionally line up to give your pitch


9:00 pm
Voting
Attendees vote for the top pitches


9:15 pm
Form Teams
Teams start forming and discussing ideas


10:00 pm
Begin Work
Start to formalize teams and take an inventory of skills. Be honest, and direct about what resources and skills are needed for the weekend. You may stay and work as late as the venue will allow

Saturday October 3rd


9:00 am
Breakfast
Arrive, simple breakfast & coffee


9:30 am
Begin Work
Teams formed and setting up workspace for the weekend


12:00 pm
Lunch


1:00 pm
Check-In
After-lunch check-in, status reports, call for help


2:00 pm
Coach Meetings
Coaches help teams one-on-one. They are here to help!


6:30 pm
Dinner


7:30 pm
Check-In
After-dinner check-in, status reports, call for help


10:00 pm
Wrap-Up
Finished for the day. You may stay and work as late as the venue will allow

Sunday October 4th


9:00 am
Breakfast
Arrive, simple breakfast & coffee


10:00 am
Check-In
Coaches arrive. Final opportunity to ask questions


12:00 pm
Lunch


12:30 pm
Coach Meetings
Coaches arrive… ASK QUESTIONS


3:00 pm
Presentation Prep & Tech Check
Final hours of worktime should be focused on perfecting your presentation, tech-check for final presentations also takes place


4:00 pm
Dinner


5:00 pm
Final Presentations


7:30 pm
Judging & Awards


8:30 pm
Wrap-Up


9:00 pm
Go Home!



Speakers


Mr. Timothy Ma, JP, RSW, FCRP
Executive Director, Project Flame: Social innovation & Entrepreneurship@CityU

Timothy K. W. Ma, is now serving as the Executive Director of Project Flame: Social Innovation & Entrepreneurship at The City University of Hong Kong. The project focuses on incubating innovative initiative in the university to expand and develop more students to have experience and exposure on social enterprise. It also helps to design and support the delivery of Gateway Education courses themed with social enterprise and service leadership at the campus for the students.   Timothy serves as the co-founding member of the Hong Kong Social Entrepreneurship Forum with Dr. KK Tse.  He also is the Vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Chamber of Social Enterprises. He has served as the core member of the Organizing Committee for the annual Social Enterprise Summit since 2010.   He was awarded Outstanding Social Entrepreneurship of East Asia on 2009 by the SCHWAB Foundation and contributing author to a book `Bottom of Pyramid’ for the new entries to social enterprise, and ‘Leadership in Social Enterprise’ by WEF.  He also serves as an expertise on the Ageing Panel at the Global Agenda Council of World Economic Forum since 2012.

Timothy is now one of Non-executive Directors of Urban Renewal Authority, ex-member of Elderly Commission, Lottery Fund Advisory Committee, Board member of Social Workers Registration Board, as well as Executive Council member of Hong Kong Housing Society.  He is also a co-opted member of the Task Force on Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund. He also serves as training consultant and advisor for NPI (Shanghai) and SEI (Taiwan).

Event Judges


Ms Ada Wong, JP黃英琦
Convenor & Director, The Good Lab Founder and Chair, Make A Difference Institute

Ms Ada Wong has led a varied and boundary-crossing career as lawyer, local politician, cultural advocate,
educator and social innovator.  She has been involved in major cultural development, creative education social innovation and civil society issues and policies via her ventures and public service.

She founded the Hong Kong Institute of Contemporary Culture (HKICC) and Hong Kong’s only art high school, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity. She then founded Make A Difference (MaD) Institute (www.mad.asia), a regional platform to advocate Creativity for Good and inspire the next generation of innovators. Her latest social venture is The Good Lab (www.goodlab.hk), a co-working space and hub for tri-sector social innovation and entrepreneurship.


Alvin Yip 葉長安
Director of Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation.

Committed to cultural and societal change at large, Alvin serves as Co-founder and board member of Wan Chai Visual Archive and Fashion Farm Foundation, committee member of PMQ, Advisory Panel member of Hong Kong Art Museums, Advisory committee member for Hong Kong Stamps, as well as a technical consultant for WHO Western Pacific Region on Urban Health. Alvin was previously Vice-commissioner for Hong Kong in Venice Biennale, Council member of Hong Kong Federation of Design Associations, Board member of Hong Kong Architecture Centre, Board member of Hong Kong Ambassadors of Design, Committee member of Harbourfront Commission, Committee member of ACABAS, Expert team member of Cultural City Plan China, Nomination committee of the national China Architecture Media Award, Co-Chair of the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Biennale.
At the University, Alvin has been a faculty member teaching and researching across the fields of Social Innovation, Public space and City design, Exhibition and Curatorship, Creative industry and the Pearl River Delta.  His curatorial projects break new ground at home and internationally, notably DETOUR (2009,10,13), the young designer festival in the region, Hong Kong pavilion in Venice Architecture Biennale (2006,2014), Fashion Forward Festival (2013,2014), and Asia's first Social Innovation Festival (2013,2014,2015). His projects were exhibited in Rome, London, Barcelona, Helsinki, Istanbul, Berlin, Bilbao, Moscow, Cologne, Paris, Shanghai, Taipei amongst other cities. Received his professional terminal degree from the Architectural Association, Alvin has built in Toronto, Manchester, Hong Kong. Alvin was a winner of Hong Kong Institute of Architects Award in 2007 and Rome Scholar in 2004. Alvin received the Ten Outstanding Young Persons Award 2011 and Chief Executive's Commendation for Community Service on HKSAR 2010 Honours List.


Felix Lam
Director at Red Chapel Advisors

Felix is an entrepreneur, angel investor and business advisor for early-stage technology companies in Hong Kong, US, China, Australian and Taiwan. At Red Chapel Advisors, Felix and his team invest and manage a portfolio of early-stage technology ventures in US and Asia, and provide entrepreneurial training and venture support for young entrepreneurs. Felix is also the founding partner for #43 Ventures and director for WYNG 43 Social Investment, focus on social innovation x technology.


Coaches and Mentors


Winky Ng
"Ask me about impact Investing"

I am responsible with deal sourcing, pre- and post-investment management for SOW Asia’s impact investments. I have extensive experience in growing start-up businesses, with particular focus in business development, project management and sales strategy prior to SOW Asia. I am responsible for establishing core relationships with the angel, entrepreneur and start-up community in Hong Kong, China and Singapore. I earned his MBA from CUHK Business School and a BAS degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of British Columbia.



Rando Yuen
"Ask me about environmental governance and organizational management"

Rando is the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Manager for Sa Sa International Holdings Limited, responsible for the group’s ESG Report and key ESG KPI. With over 10 years experience in driving organization change and project management, some of his core competencies include CSR strategies and implementation, ESG report and disclosure, strategic planning, brand and communications, stakeholder engagement, supply chain management, community investment, carbon management. Rando currently co-chair the ESG Taskforce and is a Council Member of Sasa Making Life Beautiful Charity Fund.

Rando has been an active speaker / contributor in seminars and round-tables, supporting institutions such as Bloomberg, Deloitte, EY, HKICPA, IIRC, Australian Institute of Company Directors, World Green Organization, Sustainable Cosmetic Summit (SCS), Chinese University and HKUST.



Judith Tse
"Ask me about design and how people react and use space."

Designer

Trained as an architect at school and was practicing in New York for many years until I moved back to Hong Kong where I began my design studio.  Feeling blessed everyday for being able to do what I love.


Phoebe Tang
"Ask me about community development"

I am the Founder & Honorary Consultant of Healthy Cottage, a business that focuses on promoting affordable local organic produce and healthy living in the community.  Transcending the dichotomy between commercial and social enterprises, I created this social business that provides financial rewards to stakeholders while bringing tremendous social benefits to everyone involved.  As of today, Healthy Cottage hired more than 100 disadvantaged women to help them to achieve greater economic self-reliance and a better quality of life for themselves and their families.  In a personal capacity, I sit on many government committees, including the Commission on Youth and the Family Council, the Registration of Persons Tribunal as an adjudicator, etc; and other advisory committees of local NGOs.  I earned her Bachelor of Art and Master of Public Health from HKU and a post-graduate diploma from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques in Paris.  I currently work as a researcher at the Legislative Council. 



SL HO
Program Director, Google EYE Program

Became a management at the age of 28 serving clients in APAC and Europe. Since then, he applied his A.I. and technology knowledge into business operation, provide consultation to companies to enhance the operation and marketing effectiveness. 

Passionate in supporting younger generation, by providing mentorship and internship to students, and deliver speech and guest lecture in universities.

In 2012, SL had co-founded his first company SLLIN Consultants with his partners. As the Director and the support from his partners, SL drives the growth of the company quickly, from 2 people to over 30 staff in 3 years time.

Since 2015, SL also responsible for evaluate new business opportunities for investment for HITA Group.

Area of Interest:
- Technology 
- A.I. (Artificial Neural Network)
- Youth Development
- Startup
- Music Industry

In 2016, SL became the Program Director and lead for the execution team of Google EYE Program. On the other hand, he also became the programme host of DBC radio station, to connecting independent music to public.


Philippe Bonnet
"Ask me about how to build scaleable businesses."

Business Coach

Working to build and scale Start-ups.

 


Amelia Ng
"Ask me about building and scaling a company in Hong Kong."

Entrepreneur

I have been an entrepreneur for the past 10 years.  Most recently I founded Doggie Goodie, a company focused on pet products that is distributed across Asia, Europe, and the US.  At the end of 2014, Doggie Goodie was sold to a private buyer.

Prior to starting Doggie Goodie, I worked in the US as a Technology Consultant and had client engagements all over the country.


Christina Tang
"Ask me about environmental sustainability"

I am the founder of Blue Sky Energy Technology which aims to unlocks the potential of energy conservation through real-time access to energy usage and comparable analytics.  I am an Acumen fellow.  I worked with WaterHealth International, an India-based company that offers customers safe, affordable drinking water through its community water systems, to expand WHI into the larger West African market like Ghana, as well as to develop solutions for expanding access to solar power.  Prior to that,  I worked with Bain & Co as an Associate Consultant. I have also previously worked on starting Rainwater for Humanity, a rainwater harvesting initiative based in India. I hold a B.A. in Economics and a B.S. in Environmental Science, both from Brown University.



Holger Bartel
"Ask me about front end web development."

I have run my own development company in Hong Kong for the last six years and have enjoyed seeing the Hong Kong startup scene grow. 

I regularly speak at international lectures as well as being a part time lecture at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. 




Kenny Cheung
"Ask me about social entrepreneurship and impact investing"

I started my career with HSBC in Hong Kong as a Management Associate, eventually becoming a Vice President in the International Corporates division. I managed a portfolio with corporate customers from four continents and combined banking facilities of over USD100 million. Successfully steering customers through the global financial crisis with no bad debts or provisions, I grew portfolio income by 20% for two consecutive years. Long inspired by the impact of microfinance and social innovation, I left HSBC in 2012 to travel through the developing world and learn more about social enterprise while exploring opportunities in social entrepreneurship. During this time, I co-founded The Hong Kong and Bangladesh Friendship Society in Dhaka, initiating and executing community development projects in the villages and slums of Bangladesh. I also served as a pro bono consultant for a startup microfinance institution in Kenya. I am currently the Programme Executive for The Yeh Family Philanthropy, recently rebranding and launching the Nurturing Social Minds programme. I hold a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto.



Fiona Ching
Managing Director, MakerBay

I am the General Manager of MakerBay, the first full scale makerspace in Hong Kong. MakerBay is set up with the mission to create positive impact to our society and environmental impact through our work.  Having worked in both non-governmental and private sector in the past 10 years, I am now bringing my experience from both worlds to help set up MakerBay. Before I moved back to Hong Kong in spring 2015, I was a sustainability consultant of Environmental Resources Management (ERM) in London, and prior to that, I worked for the Red Cross in various international disaster reconstruction and risk reduction projects, including 2004 Tsunami and 2008 Sichuan earthquake reconstruction.  I have a MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College London and a Bachelor Degree in Politics and Public Administration from the University of Hong Kong.


Mac Ling
"Ask me about technology and marketing."

Tech Guy -> Marketing Executive -> Social Entrepreneur -> Executive Coach.

Mac Ling is the Managing Partner of Coaching Collective and the Director of Asia Operations for the Center for Advanced Coaching. Mac is also a registered consultant for the UNDP Asia Pacific Leadership Consultancy. 

A global executive who has lived throughout Asia and the United States, Mac's wealth of experience, leading organizations in both corporate and entrepreneurial environments around the globe, has given him a unique perspective around leadership development and cross-cultural integration. He has a passion for creating transformation in people to reach and exceed goals, increase success, and deliver more impact in their respective contexts. 



Agnes Kong
"Ask me about education and entrepreneurship."

Co-Founder of The Open Classroom

I switched from finance to education entrepreneurship 6 years ago and have been enjoying every moment of it since. I am now the co-founder of 3 education ventures serving kids from 6 months to 20 years old.  Outside work, I love traveling to exotic countries and spending time with my 3 boys (husband and 2 canine kids).


Lyn Yaworsky
Marketing Guru & IP Specialist



Jennie Leung
"Ask me about social service"

I am an occupational therapist and counsellor.  I am the founder and director of LLEN Centre. LLEN stands for Love, Listen, Embrace and Nurture. Dedicated to facilitate one to reach one’s individual potential, I nurture and incubate friendly environments for one to grow. LLEN Centre has served students with differences ranging from preschool to secondary levels, as well as their families and schools. As a Clinical instructor, I have facilitated undergraduate Occupational Therapy students at Hong Kong Polytechnic University to grow professionally in the paediatric field. Before setting up LLEN Centre, I worked in NGO and was the advisor of a project which involved collaboration between NGO and Education Bureau that support students with special needs. I have served children and adolescents with differences, their families and schools extensively throughout the years, including direct services, consultations, seminars, workshops and talks. I am currently the Chairperson of the HKU Master of Social Sciences (Counselling) Alumni Association. 


Ling Wong
"Ask me about Design"

Ling received her education in The Hong Kong Polytechnic (BA Design) and The University of Hong Kong (MALCS) in 2005 and 2009 respectively. She founded Whitehole Design three years later, serving corporations such as Maxim’s Caterers, Alibaba (HK), LCX, JCCAC, HKDI, and many more outside the territories. She was awarded in HKDA Global Design Awards (2011, 2013), and Hong Kong Best in Logo Design 2013.Her works were admitted into Asia Pacific Design No.10 and 2011 Kaohsiung Design Festival, being acclaimed as “30 Designers under 30 in Greater China Region”. Ling was also an independent curator for a series of community art projects at Wanchai Visual Archive from 2010 to 2011, where she was inspired to create further art installations related to city and urbanism thereafter.


Dr. Tracy Ng
"Ask me about managing startup as a project and project management practices"

Dr. Tracy Ng’s doctoral degree is on project management and is a veteran of the IT field. She has played key leadership roles such as project director / project manager, project management office (PMO) manager and business manager in the Greater China region. Tracy is now the director of Fullness Social Enterprises Society (FSES) and has led FSES’ flagship programme – Tithe Ethical Consumption Movement (TECM) since 2012 as a knowledge volunteer. TECM aims at promoting a conscious and ethical consumption culture that creates a double meaning in consumption, which in turn can create a better Hong Kong since each social enterprise (SE) carries a social mission of supporting/employing the underprivileged as far as practicable. Currently, Tracy also practise as a part-time lecturer at the HKUSPACE teaching Management of Social Enterprises and Project Management courses.


Karen Lee
"Ask me about environmental issues"

Dr. Karen Lee is an experienced ecologist with 15 years of professional academic and practical experience in environmental management, ecological surveys and environmental policy research. She was the project manager of various environmental impact assessment projects and ecological surveys. She has conducted numerous researches and consultations related to Environment for HK Govt. and businesses.  She is now working as Senior Researcher at Our Hong Kong Foundation. 


Nicholas Wang
“Ask me about how to NOT just make something that makes yourself feels good…”

You believe in a cause. Social injustice, climate change, bio-diversity, renewable energy, poverty, deforestation… the list goes on and on, and you want to make an impact in the world. A lot of would be change makers like you had good intentions, but inevitably ended up doing things that only helped a few people improve their circumstances a little. If your goal is to make a real impact and create real change in the system, then come and tell me your story.

I help businesses and organizations in the beginning stages. Starting from needs finding, to service and product design, rapid prototyping, to user on boarding, interaction design, to business strategic messaging with storytelling. It all starts with empahty, I’m not here to talk about me but to listen to you! If you want to find out more about me, you can find out on the internetz. ;-)

你想改變世界,令世界更美好。不過你有冇留意到出面有好多好人,做咗好多好事,但係並無帶嚟系統上嘅變革,結果變成公益同慈善系統裏面嘅一個齒輪。想做到真正嘅改變,唔好咁快去做「好事」!嚟同我傾下,我哋一齊去尋找問題嘅根源啦。


Romain Aubert
Director/Founder, Popscout

Romain is a Hong Kong-based entrepreneur, his economic background and networking ability have lead him to explore undertakings beyond his comfort zone in the US, Middle-East, Australia and Asia. In 2015, Romain founded popscout.co, a marketplace helping brands and people find a space for pop-up store, private sales and showrooms.
Prior to starting Popscout, Romain worked as a media & tech equity analyst for a major asset management firm and spent time volunteering as a skipper in the northern hemisphere seas. He studied economics at the University of Birmingham, UK.


Manolis Perrakis
"Ask me about creative uses of technology"

Manolis is creative technologist, currently working at DDB Hong Kong.
His artistic background in conjunction with his technical expertise allows him to utilise emerging technologies to create innovative products and award winning advertising campaigns. He is the co-founder of Dimsumlabs, Hong Kong’s first Hackerspace, where he runs regular technology based workshops. In his spare time, Manolis hacks hardware and writes code for his art projects.


Event Sponsors, and Partners

The Hong Kong Startup Weekend Change Makers team is grateful for the support of local community partners without whom this event would not be possible.
Learn how to become a sponsor here.


Venue And Education Sponsor

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Organizing Team

Techstars Startup Weekend Hong Kong is 100% led by volunteer community leaders.
Learn how to get involved here

  • Ada
    Yip
  • James Munro
    Boon
  • Alfred
    Yee
  • Leroy
    Yau
  • Florian
    Simmendinger
  • Cristina
    Kountiou
  • Ho Yin
    Cheung
  • Cynthia
    Cheung

Facilitators


Andy Kun
Co-Founder, Urban Health Group Limited,

Co-Founder of Urban Health Group Limited, first in Hong Kong to provide Gluten-Free Restaurant & Factory consultation service which integrates food safety protocol consultancy for gluten-free cooking and quality assurance for gluten-free manufacturing with gluten detection test kits that provide fast and accurate gluten level testing in food, drinks and surface as low as 5 part per million. Urban Health aims to bring gluten-free food safety standard in Asia to a whole new level by utilizing scientific method to verify safe gluten level and to provide staffs and consumers of establishments with the confidence to eat and to produce their gluten-free options safely. In addition, Urban Health Home Kitchen is also the first private home kitchen in Hong Kong which hosts 100% gluten-free private dining events and provides Chef-to-me for private dining parties and cooking workshops. With expertise in gluten-free and allergy-free cooking, Urban Health promotes healthy lifestyle and eating which specialized in accommodating people who have allergies or eating restrictions.


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