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GYEF 2015 - Global Youth Entrepreneurs Forum 2015


GYEF 2015

Global Youth Entrepreneurs Forum 2015

With the theme “What Next? Growing Entrepreneurship”GYEF 2015 - Global Youth Entrepreneurs Forum 2015 will take place on Aug.3-4, 2015 at Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC).

Global Youth Entrepreneurs Forum was firstly held in 2014 with over 400 young participants and speakers from over 22 countries and cities with overwhelming response

Global Youth Entrepreneurs Forum 2015 (GYEF 2015) will be the ideal opportunity for startup experiencing and for exploring the global business trend and the China (Guangdong) Pilot Free Trade Zone.

This year, GYEF 2015 will gather 500 young entrepreneurs from overseas, Mainland China and Hong Kong and will facilitate their gaining practical tips to enhance the sustainability of their businesses as they develop peer networks.




3 August 2015 (Monday)
4 August 2015 (Tuesday)

Convention Hall, Level 1,

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong

[in English and Putonghua with simultaneous interpretation]




Opening Ceremony


Plenary Session: Challenges on “What Next” 

1. Mr. Jack CHEN, Founder and Chairman, Yunlai [Mainland China]

2. Ms. Holly LIU, Co-founder & Chief Development Officer, Kabam [USA] 

3. Mr. Reuben SAXON, Network Expansion Lead in Asia, Europe and USA, Youth Business International [UK]

4. Mr. Rex SHAM, Co-founder and Chief Analyst, Insight Robotics Ltd [HK]

5. Mr. An-yong WANG, Founder, Shenzhen WeChat Center Technology Limited, Inc  [Mainland China]

Moderator: Mr. Quinn LAI, ‎Founder, Director of EONIQ [HK]


Networking Break


Plenary Dialogue (1): Disruptive Business Trends: Technological Innovation

1. Mr. Scott LIKENS, Analytics Consulting Leader, PwC China and Hong Kong [USA]

3. Mr. Keyvan PEYMANI, Managing Director, Digital Strategy Division, ICM Partners [USA]

4. Ms. Rui MA, Partner (Greater China), 500 Startups [Mainland China]

5. Mr. Neo WANG, Founder & CEO, Alphawolf Intelligent Hardware Accelerator [Mainland China]

5. Mr. Raymond YIP, Co-Founder & CEO, Shopline [HK]

Moderator: Ms. Joelle WOO, Director of Business Development & Developer Experience, Microsoft Hong Kong Limited [HK]


Roundtable Discussion


Luncheon: Innovating your Business Interest in the Pearl River Delta Region

Mr. Peter WONG, JP Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited


Short Break


Presented by Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
Plenary Dialogue (2): Is Social innovation Just Hype?

1. Mr. Matthew GOW, Director of Strategy, Crossroads Foundation [Australia]  

2. Mr. Tim CHENG, Co-founder & CEO, [Taiwan]  

3. Ms. Germaine Inez TAN, Portfolio Manager, Incubation Programmes, Impact Hub [Singapore]

4. Mr. Christopher YEUNG, Founder, Ltd [HK]

5. Mr. Wei-ningZHENG, Founder, Shenzhen Canyou Group [Mainland China]

Moderator: Ms. Ada WONG, JP, Chair of Make A Difference Institute [HK]


Roundtable Discussion


Networking Break


Plenary Dialogue (3): How to Build an Innovative Entrepreneurial Hub?

1. Mr. Uri AVRAHAM, Director of Operations, Unistream [Israel] 

2. Dr. Witman HUNG, JP, Principal Liaison Officer for Hong Kong, Authority of the Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Cooperation Zone of Shenzhen [HK]

3. Mr. Elton KUAH, Founder and Marketing Director, Marketing After Hours [Malaysia]

4. Mr. Rono KWONG, Chairman, HK General Chamber of Young Entrepreneurs [HK] 

5. Mr. Charles NG, Associate Director-General, Invest HK, HKSAR Government [HK]  

Moderator: Mr. James BOON, Founder, Elephant Branded [UK]


Roundtable Discussion




Welcome Reception



Name: The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG)
Address: The HKFYG Jockey Club Social Innovation Centre, Units B-E, 11/F, Genesis, 33-35 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong
Tel: +852-3956 8001
Fax: +852-3956 8005
Official Website: Click to Visit

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG) was founded in 1960 and is now the city’s largest youth service organisation. For the last 54 years, it has been committed to serving the youth of Hong Kong through the provision of a variety of services, activities and programmes, which have an annual attendance of over five million.

The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups encourages youth to reach their fullest potential and with community support. By now, HKFYG have over 60 service units, and also have 12 core services, which include the Youth S.P.O.Ts, M21 Multimedia Services, Employment Services, Youth at Risk Services, Counselling Services, Parenting Services, Leadership Training, Volunteer Services, Education Services, Creativity Education and Youth Exchange, Leisure, Cultural and Sports Services, and Research and Publications.

HKFYG encourages young people to grow into responsible and dutiful citizens. So far HKFYG have over 170,000 registered volunteers and 400,000 registered members.

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