TECH[LIFE]STYLE Conference 2019

 With the grand opening of The Mills this month, The Mills Fabrica is proud to announce the launch of our new center for techstyle innovation based in The Mills in Tsuen Wan. The new center would be an open platform for innovation and co-creation to build a global techstyle community and create a techstyle future. The Mills Fabrica and Startup Launchpad will host TECH[LIFE]STYLE Conference to explore the latest innovations in lifestyle that are revolutionizing the way we live, work and play. The theme is ‘living smarter, living better’; discovering how lifestyle tech can be interweaved into everyday life. You are invited to be a part of the conference to witness the new generation of technology:-

Date:  22 January 2019 (Tue)
Time: 10am to 6pm
Venue:  Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre S421 & S423 – 430

Happenings:

  • Industry Sharing (The main stage will feature 40+ world class speakers and panels discussing the future of lifestyle tech)

  • Startup village (4 rooms showcasing 100+ global startups from different sub-fields within lifestyle tech – Innovation VR/AR, Sustainability and Food/Travel/Social Tech)

  • Investor lounge (Key investors will meet directly with forthcoming startups and plan together for future partnerships)

Interview: individual interviews with The Mills Fabrica Incubatees (please advise the capacity of crew)

Detail:  http://launchpadhk.com/startmeuphk2019/

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