Fancy a chance to work in Hong Kong's bustling startup scene?
Apart from a vibrant finance hub, Hong Kong boasts a thriving tech and startup community. Now, with these jobs, you can be part of it tooBy Terence Ng 31 Mar, 2014
Think of Hong Kong, and one naturally thinks of its status as one of Asia’s premier finance hubs, home to entrepreneurial success stories like Li Ka-Shing. We see no signs of this entrepreneurial streak slowing, with plenty of startups pitching at our recently-concluded Echelon Satellite Hong Kong 2014.
Do you want to be a part of this buzzing tech and entrepreneurship scene? Now you can! Here, e27 brings you three Hong Kong-based opportunities from its jobs database, which has grown to 345 jobs from 180 companies in total!
Business Development Intern at Rocket Internet
Founded by the Samwer brothers, Rocket Internet is an incubator that seeks to replicate the business models of successful US startups around the world. Some of the startups it has backed include e-commerce portal Lazada, food delivery site foodpanda,vehicle marketplace Carmudi, and taxi booking app Easy Taxi.
Now, Rocket Internet is looking for a business development intern. If you have entrepreneurial spirit and will be graduating soon from university, why not join Rocket Internet’s motivated team and help startups gain a foothold in Asia?
Marketing and PR Strategist APAC at Galixo
Galixo is a boutique consultancy firm that designs disruptive business strategies for startups and enterprises in the tech, digital and mobile space. It helps clients grow in existing and new markets, ensuring a global approach to business and technology.
Galixo is currently looking for a market research and PR strategist for the Asia-Pacific region. He or she will be responsible for identifying new markets, developing Galixo’s localisation strategy, and influencing campaigns under its GoGlobal service. If you are entrepreneurial and possess a passion for tech, why not apply?
Business Development Manager/Officer at Launchpilot
Launched in March 2013, Launchpilots is a student sponsorship marketplace that connects university students and brands, helping brands engage university audiences, and at the same time empowering students with event sponsorships to reach their full potential.
After a round of angel funding, Launchpilots now plans to expand across Greater China, and is looking for a business development manager. If you are an excellent communicator with a track record in B2B sales and/or business development, why not join Launchpilots and connect with the vibrant Chinese youth scene?