Date: 19 February, 2020
Country: Hong Kong
Venue: Tencent WeStart, 75 Hung To Road, Kwun Tong
Organized by: Xccelerate
Can parts of your job be automated by a machine or algorithm? Perhaps you are already struggling to find new opportunities for growth in your career as more and more jobs become redundant.
Maybe you are just bored with you career and want an exciting new start in tech.
This is your chance to help solve that problem and we will paint a clear picture, from how to get started as an absolute beginner to where you can find job opportunities in the market.
We get it: Learning new tech can be intimidating, but almost anyone can do it. Trust us. Hundreds of Hong Kongers have graduated from our program in the last 3 years with 91% finding new jobs in tech.
This event serves to show a very practical waypoint for people in Hong Kong of all backgrounds, ethnicities and industries to get ahead with in-demand skills in tech, including:
Data Science & Machine Learning
To put it simply, Hong Kong is hungry for home-grown tech talent and people in Hong Kong are hungry for opportunities to grow and lead fulfilling careers. We will even discuss what employers are looking for in entry-level candidates here in Hong Kong as we work with them on a daily basis.
Not sure you have what it takes to get into tech? Come find out for yourself and ask questions during the Q&A.
The event will be in English and supplemented in Cantonese.
Who should join:
Anyone curious about starting a new career in tech
Anyone worried that their job is not future-proof
Individuals that need a golden opportunity and a helping hand to move forward (we will talk about scholarship opportunities)
Anyone curious about the tech shortage in Hong Kong and what we are doing to fix it
7:00-7:15 Check in
7:15-7:45 Presentation on How to Change Your Life with Tech Skills
8:00-8:30 Personal consultations with our team
Still not convinced? See some success stories that have come out of our programs:
Venue Partner: Tencent WeStart
Promotional Partner: Artificial Intelligence Society of Hong Kong