Cyberport Venture Capital Forum to Return in November 2021by Fintech News Hong Kong October 19, 2021
The Cyberport Venture Capital Forum (CVCF), its premier annual venture forum will return on the 2-3 November with the theme of “Venturing for Success: Resilience, Growth & Opportunity”, bringing together industry leaders, investors, enterprises and technopreneurs.
CVCF 2021 will take place in a hybrid format to discuss and share insights on trends in the global I&T sector and venture capital, investor strategies, emerging venture capitals, opportunities and prospects in the Greater Bay Area, and more.
This multi-channel set-up enhances global exposure, facilitates deal flow and provides extensive opportunities for startups to explore fundraising opportunities.
Also, prominent will be emerging investment themes including the new space economy, special purpose acquisition companies (SPACs), and the topic of environmental, social, and governance (ESG).
In addition to broadcasting forum and workshop content to a global audience 24/7, the virtual platform features an Innovator Showcase for promising startup exhibitors.
CVCF 2021 will also feature an exclusive Investor Matching platform which allows more than 100 Cyberport technology and innovation companies to link up with investors.
For the first time, the forum will also invite the Asia Technology Entrepreneurship Conference (ATEC), which is composed of Ivy League university alumni clubs, for discussion sessions.
Spotlight events of the CVCF 2021 will provide in-depth analysis of the development and opportunities of particular industries, the highlight being the first “Cyberport FinTech InnoCon 2021” hosted by Cyberport.
For detailed information on related seminars and a complete lineup of speakers of the Cyberport Venture Capital Forum 2021, please visit the website.
Peter Yan, CEO of Cyberport said,
“Coupled with the vigorous development of the Greater Bay Area, we believe that Hong Kong’s venture capital atmosphere will become increasingly encouraging. More high-quality startups will attract more funding to help Hong Kong develop into an innovation and technology hub.
Cyberport will continue to forge ahead through CVCF and the Cyberport Investor Network (CIN), to actively promote the venture capital ecosystem, and facilitate the integration of industries into the promising overall development of our country.”