Cyberport Venture Capital Forum (CVCF): The Event to Boost Your Startup

Cyberport Venture Capital Forum

Startups unite! The most awaited event of the year is coming.

Cyberport, the FinTech hub of China, will be hosting the Cyberport Venture Capital Forum (CVCF) from November 2, 2021, to November 3, 2021. With the theme of “Venturing for Success: Resilience, Growth and Opportunities”, the community’s annual premier venture forum will shine a light on the urgent conversation surrounding the tech and venture ecosystem post the pandemic.

Despite the numerous challenges brought about by the pandemic, startups powered through and enjoyed significant venture deal volume. Innovation, technology and digitization have bolstered their growth and capital opportunities. At CVCF, startups will get a chance to advance their business further. 

Grab the chance to grow like never before

CVCF will be held in a hybrid format, featuring both online and offline events. Cyberport will host an innovator showcase and an exclusive investor matching platform to connect startups with deal-sourcing and fundraising.

With insights from global venture expertise and world-renowned business leaders, startup leaders will be able to build an action plan to reimagine their business. You will learn about the latest fundraising strategies, market dynamics and value creation that fulfill investor appetite. You will also gain tips on staying ahead of the pack and setting yourself on the path to becoming a unicorn. 

Participate from wherever you are

The event will be in a hybrid format, allowing you to join in from wherever you are. The innovator showcase will enable some tech innovators from Hong Kong to display their capabilities to potential investors. The showcase is a virtual marketplace where you can interact and collaborate with other startups. Investors will also be able to access project pitch presentations by startups on the CVCF platform.

Be it virtually or in-person—meet potential investors that support your idea and initiate deal flows. You will also get the chance to network, meet like-minded people from the startup community, and interact with business leaders. There is also a dedicated startup clinic where you get free one-on-one counseling to help boost your startup! Plus, at the workshop, you will get additional practical suggestions to grow your business. 

On November 1, 2021, attend exclusive events such as the Cyberport Fintech Innocon. There will also be a Global Business Acceleration Summit by Edventures GBA on November 3, 2021. On the same day, there will be events organized by Silicon Dragon! There is definitely something for every kind of startup at the CVCF.

Attend sessions by special guest speakers 

From panel discussions to special sessions, keynote chats and more, you will get to learn from over 60 renowned speakers at CVCF. Be it the Secretary for Innovation and Technology Mr. Alfred Sit Wing-hang, the Chairman of Cyberport Dr. George Lam, the CEO of Hong Kong Investment Funds Association Mrs. Sally Wong, or the partner at KPMG China Mrs. Irene Chu… Cyberport has brought together a roster of some of the most noteworthy professionals to guide you through  your startup journey. There will also be many other leaders, including, but not limited to, the Executive Director of Alibaba Hong Kong Entrepreneurs Fund Mrs. Cindy Chow and the Partner and Head of Hong Kong Funds Practice at King & Wood Mallesons Mr. Jingjing Jiang.

The CVCF legacy

Since 2019, CVCF has been giving a platform to promising startups. In 2020, the event saw over 1700 attendees and more than 100,000 viewers. In addition to that, 270 investors joined in and participants initiated over 300 deal flows.

Rest assured, Cyberport stops at nothing to foster growth among startups. With CVCF, the community successfully connects capital, innovation, and ambitious entrepreneurs. If you belong to a startup or want to build one, you must not miss the region’s signature venture conference.

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Alinda Gupta
I am a professional journalist and gourmand with an inexplicable love for caffeine. I admire old architecture and find comfort in fiction books. I am also an A1-level certified French speaker—bonne journée!

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