“There Is Always A Pain Point” – WHub
Anson is back again as part of our collaboration with KPMG and WHub. This time he is conducting an exclusive interview with Diane Mensah from WHub. They discuss the following points:
- Their role in connecting startups with funds, talent, or any other resources they may need when attempting to grow in Hong Kong
- Their new toolkit, a must-need for startups new to Hong Kong
- The need for easy oscillation between startup language and corporate language when startups and corporations cooperate
- Prioritising teaching digital skills at high schools and universities
ABOUT ANSON BAILEY – KPMG
Anson Bailey represents KPMG, a global network of firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services. Anson joined KPMG in 1999, and has undertaken strategic consulting and market assessment roles for multinational corporations. He is based in the Hong Kong office, and is leading business development across KPMG China.
WHub connects startups with talent and entrepreneurs with co-founders. They have over 1500 startups registered and 10,000+ stakeholders. They plan to support the startup ecosystem by offering community-wide connections to events and startups, provide talented professionals looking to break into the startup world and investor connections.
Event: RISE Conference, 2017
Location: Hong Kong Exhibition Centre, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Speaker: Diane Mensah, Corporate Partnership at WHub
Video Journalists: Anson Bailey (Partner at KPMG)