柏恩司（Austin R. Bryan）於2016年5月加入中電控股，出任創新高級總監一職，帶領集團在發展創新業務和加強夥伴合作方面的工作，以把握全球能源業在減碳和數碼化進程中所衍生的機遇。柏恩司是推動數碼媒體業創新服務的翘楚，在革新金融及電訊業商業活動方面享負盛名。
柏恩司的經驗包括在1990年代初推出德國首項直接銀行理財服務、為美國運通建立網上客戶服務平台，以及與3 Mobile推出澳洲首個3G多媒體流動網絡。他在加入中電前為Singtel Optus策略創新部副總裁，專責數碼媒體項目的收購事宜，建立了價值十億美元的數碼媒體業務並推動新產品及服務。
鄭彥斌先生一直以來積極參與風險投資與私募股權投資活動, 投資項目包括小鵬汽車（中國領先智能汽車），京東物流（領先供應鍊及電商物流平台）， Go - Jek （印尼最大共享出行服務商）， Fiture（創新智能家居健身設備）， 粒界科技（3D圖形渲染引擎）等。其中粒界科技於近期榮獲投中中國十大AI及大數據項目。
鄭先生帶領團隊取得了卓越的成績。 C資本於近期榮獲投中中國最佳外資PE投資機構 Top 30以及36氪中國黑馬基金 Top 20。
Bong Chan is the Leader of Southern China Region Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) Industry at Deloitte China.
Bong has more than 20 years of professional experience providing services to listed companies, large multinational companies and large mainland enterprises in a wide range of industries such as technology, media and telecommunications, manufacturing and property development. He has also led a number of cross-border IPOs and special audit engagements.
Bong also takes several public office roles as following:
唐啟波先生十餘年來專註於中國科技與媒體行業的早期投資機會，現帶領戈壁香港辦公室，並負責管理戈壁創投作為普通合伙人的阿里巴巴創業者基金。他成功主導和參與投資了Airwallex、WeLab、GOGOX、 Urban Revivo、Prenetics、DayDayCook和SandboxVR等項目。
唐啟波先生畢業於哈佛大學，擁有應用數學與經濟學學士學位，並在中歐國際工商學 (CEIBS）獲得金融工商管理碩士學位。加入戈壁創投以前，唐啟波先生曾在摩立特集團上海管理諮詢公司（Monitor Group Asia）工作，負責為包括東南亞及中東等6個國家及地區的企業提供市場拓展及運營戰略等服務，並曾在博世公司擔任亞太區企業戰略高級經理職務。唐啟波先生於2009加入戈壁，目前是負責香港辦公室的合伙人。
Christopher Cheng is currently a director of Corporate Development and Investment Department of NWS Holdings Limited and is responsible for overseeing the business development and strategic investments of the Company. He is also the founding partner of Creo Capital which invests in Asian early stage companies spanning from corporate services, AI and hardware in the B2B space. Prior to joining NWS, he has worked as a quantitative portfolio manager for a multi-billion dollar hedge fund and has in-depth experience in portfolio management of global equities with a specialty in Asian developed markets. Mr. Cheng holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics Degree from Harvard University.
Daisy Yue earned her MBA from the University of Leicester. With more than 20 years’ experience and an extensive network and connection with relevant government departments, consulate generals, trade commissions, local industry, academics, research and development and start-up community, she has been active in the technology field with her focus on promoting technology and knowledge transfer, commercialisation of R&D outputs from academic projects through licensing and consultancy as well as formation of joint venture or spin-off companies.
Before joining Sino, Daisy was the Team Manager for Industries & Collaboration at the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation. She was the person-in-charge for a wide range of programmes, such as providing a test bed for innovation and technologies developed at science park, spearheading the soft-landing programme for start-ups from overseas to promote their technologies in Hong Kong, curating a smart living lab for innovation and technology for park companies and incubatees to test their innovative ideas, promote and collect feedback for their newly-developed technologies, promoting entrepreneurial programme through the organisation of the Elevator Pitch Competition at the tallest building in HK, and facilitating business collaboration among industry, academics as well incubatees and park companies.
At Sino, she plays a key role in facilitating the adoption of innovation within the group by connecting the internal stakeholders with the external stakeholders through the open platform of Sino Inno Lab, with the objective to let new ideas flow and encourage active exchange of ideas and co-create for applications which are relevant to Sino’s business needs.
Dan Wong is an expert in the fields of digital transformation and product innovation – with over 20 years of experience in Greater China and Silicon Valley. Dan is currently GM of Global Innovation at MTR Corporation, where he and his team are tasked with building new businesses and enhancing the core business with technology and partnerships. MTR is one of the most respected transport operators in the world, with operations in Stockholm, London, Sydney, Melbourne, Beijing, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Macau, and of course Hong Kong. MTR is at the nexus of “new mobility” (new modes of transport, O2O, urbanization, smart city, and public private partnerships). There are few companies with the unique expertise and resources to capture the emerging changes before us.
Dennis Wong, Corporate and International Business Director of Hutchison Telecommunications (Hong Kong) Limited, is a key driver of the company’s business development in the corporate and global markets.
Mr Wong joined Hutchison in 2009 steering the growth of the premium corporate segment of Hutchison’s mobile business. He was Chairman of the Conexus Corporate Sales Working Group from 2012 to 2014 and represented Hutchison in the Vodafone Global Enterprise strategic alliance, leading corporate business collaborations between Vodafone Global Enterprise and related Conexus members.
Mr Wong plays crucial roles in strategic planning and has rich experience in driving the development of mobile and fixed-line network businesses. He has more than 23 years of experience in the telecoms industry and the ICT sector. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Mr Johnny Chan is the Chief Investment Officer of Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited and is mainly responsible for managing the Cyberport Macro Fund. He leads the investment strategies and all aspect of the Fund’s developments. He also oversees the relationship management and development of the Cyberport Investor Network (CIN). He was a member of the Cyberport Advisory Panel until September 2018.
Possessing 35 years of experience in the banking and investment fields, Mr Chan had held various senior-level positions previously. He is the CIO of Softech Investment Management, which has been the manager of the Government’s Applied Research Fund since 2000. He was the Founder/CEO of Crosby Capital Limited from 2000 to 2013, Chairman and CIO of Crosby Asset Management (Hong Kong) Limited until 2016.
Mr Chan also served different advisory committees, including the Advisory Committee of the Innovation of Technology Commission and numerous committees of the HKTDC.
Mr Chan obtained a BA Hons Economics from the London Metropolitan University and an MBA from CASS Business School, City, University of London. He is a fellow of FINSIA and holds a Post Graduate Diploma of the Securities Institute of Australia.
伍心妍女士（Joyce）為數碼港投資創業基金投資總監。基金主要負責數碼港社區初創企業的早期投資項目。在加入數碼港之前，Joyce曾於創投基金平台OurCrowd 擔任董事總經理，專責投資國際初創企業。Joyce擁有逾十年管理對沖基金的經驗，並曾出任瑞瑩資本合夥人及高級投資經理，集中管理大中華區的股票長短倉對沖基金。她亦曾出任LIM Advisors的投資經理，管理亞洲最歷史悠久的對沖基金事件驅動投資組合。Joyce早於 Citigroup Hong Kong 展開其事業，最初出任環球市場部的企業融資分析師，其後出任私人銀行投資顧問。她擁有芝加哥大學的學士學位，以及長江商學院的工商管理碩士學位。
Kent embraces changes and challenges. He leads Hongkong Land on innovation activities, focusing on adding value to customers and the business by exploring and implementing new ideas and technologies. Prior to his current role, he held senior positions in corporate finance, financial control & risk management, and business development in various industries including real estate, hospitality, banking and infrastructure sectors.
Leo currently helps managing HKSTP Ventures investing in early stage technology startups and working with founders to scale businesses with a mission to enrich HK's innovation and R&D ecosystem. Prior to joining HKSTP, Leo built businesses and teams in his prior private equity career, ranging from fintech and e-commerce startups to global aviation businesses. Leo brings a total of 8 years equity investment experience to the team.
HKEX is one of the world’s largest operators of financial markets. Lukas’ role is to modernise the exchange’s platforms, processes and capabilities through AI, smart automation and knowledge-based tools applied across its IPO market, trading, settlement, regulation and market surveillance activities.
The 2,500 companies listed in Hong Kong include some of the most exciting entrepreneurial growth stories of the modern era, and HKEX strives to use the full resources of this incredible network to make the city’s capital markets more open, more accessible to younger generations and, above all, more interesting to human and machine intelligence alike.
Lukas has been involved in various initiatives that have put Hong Kong on the international markets map, including the acquisition of London Metal Exchange, China-Hong Kong Stock Connect, Bond Connect, and the landmark reforms of the city’s IPO regime that have propelled it to the #1 global listing venue over the past decade.
Raymond Wong, Head of Investment, Hong Kong Science and Technology Park (HKSTP), manages HKSTP Ventures and Investment & Business Support departments. He has over 20 years of extensive financial services experience in capital investment, portfolio management, mergers and acquisition as well as strategic investment across different sectors in the Asia Pacific region. Prior to HKSTP, Raymond was the Principal in HPEF Capital Partners which is an ex-HSBC private equity firm. Prior to HSBC, Raymond worked in the capital investment and investment banking divisions of ABN AMRO Bank. Previously, he had software development experience at IBM Laboratory in Toronto, Canada.
Raymond obtained a Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Science (Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing) from University of Toronto and a Master of Business Administration in Finance from Columbia Business School, New York.
Sammi leads HKSTP Ventures where he oversees all the transaction executions, portfolio strategy and strategic partnership development. The AuM of HKSTP Ventures has grown by 12x throughout Sammi’s five year tenure. Prior to joining HKSTP, Sammi led the Greater China Distressed Investment team at Credit Agricole. Sammi has over 15 years of investment experience across industrials, real estate and TMT.
Sherry specialises in the investment portfolio management of HKSTP Ventures. Prior to joining HKSTP, Sherry began her career in a global commercial bank, then followed by building Fintech startups in London and Hong Kong, and managing invested companies in a Singapore-based venture capital fund. Sherry brings a total of 7 years’ worth of startup and portfolio management experience to the team.
Tom畢業於美國哈佛學院，並獲得經濟學學士學位。他於2006年創立中國SEO組織，該組織為200名大學生提供了暑期實習機會。Tom還擔任總統學者基金會（Presidential Scholars Foundation）的主席，該基金會培養、聯繫和慶祝美國總統學者（美國每年評選出的161名高中高年級學生，並受到白宮的表彰）。他亦是著名美國劇集「Seinfeld」里「Movie Phone」的靈感來源。
Tony joined Gobi's Hong Kong office in 2016 and currently focuses on the startup eco-system in the city. He helps to manage the Alibaba Hong Kong Entrepreneurs Fund (AHKEF) and covers high potential startups within the Pearl River Delta technology ecosystem. Tony accumulated extensive experience in growing high-tech businesses from his two startups related to financial technology (FinTech) and big data for fashion. He was in charge of the overall product roadmap and management, business development, operation, technical infrastructure design & implementation, user experience design as well as fund raising of the companies. Tony received his B.Eng. in Computer Engineering and B.B.A. in Financial Engineering from the double degree programme in The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Yoyo YANG is the Senior Project Manager of Strategic Product Planning in Seiko EPSON. Her key focus is on EPSON’s Open Innovation activities including strategic collaboration and investment overseas, especially in tech areas such as Smart Manufacturing, XR, Robotics, Printing, etc.
She has earned the PhD and Master’s Degrees from Waseda University in Japan.