To cultivate a healthy and vibrant Hong Kong startups community, we not only need kick-ass founders, we also need investors who get what startups are all about. Home to 96 billionaires, Hong Kong has no shortage of funding. Unfortunately, most of the investors come from traditional industries and often investing in startups the wrong way.
Building a mobile app was a challenge especially without any technical knowledge or insight as to how app infrastructure works. It's never easy to find a tech co-founder and you're nowhere close to learning to code and making an app. App development agencies will charge a fortune, and there's no guarantee that the app will be successful. Have you heard of #nocode? Yes, you can now make a mobile app without even writing a line of code.
You've definitely heard of the role "Product Manager" before, but if I asked you to describe what one does to me, what would you say? The role of a product manager is a complicated one that changes and shifts, depending on the product, team, organisation, and PM themselves. At all points of the product development life cycle, a myriad of skills seem equally important and urgent. As new product managers enter the role, it is not easy to understand what to focus on first and how to begin the path towards mastering the skills and craft of product management.