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Accelerate your startup in China with nHack – Helsinki Kick-off
20 November 2017 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am
Business opportunities in the world’s second largest economy – China!
Join us to learn how nHack & Danske Bank can propel your business to the Great Wall & beyond.
China is stepping into a new global role in terms of free trade, renewable energy and international climate convention commitments, and the world’s second largest economy are still in continuous rapid growth. This means that a presence in China can give Nordic businesses a competitive edge. China is also, with its 780 million mobile users where IM is the new OS, in many ways leading the world in digitization and artificial intelligence. China has access to capital, talent and market and is home to 70 of global 250 unicorns. China has moved from copying to competition.
nHack operates several Asian accelerators and venture capital funds uniquely focused on bridging Nordic startups to Asia. Its aim is to assist companies with prototyping, sourcing, production, local sales or raising capital in Asia. The focus is on shortening time to market while also positioning companies for cross border mergers and acquisitions/exits to Asian investors.
At the event, you’ll have the chance to hear from and meet Chris Rynning, nHack’s Founder. Most importantly you’ll get to meet the great startups from the first edition of nHack in Shanghai: Moviemask.io, Wiralcam, Playpulse.no, Blueye Robotics, BreachVR & Orkel. They will give their insights on being part of nHack, and reveal the exciting developments the future has in store for them. Read more about them here.
Want to apply to participate in nHack edition Spring 2018? Stay tuned, application opens November 14th.
08.30 Registration and breakfast
09.00 “Welcome” by Danske Bank and The Hub
09.10 “Business opportunities in China and nHack” by Chris Rynning, nHack
09.40 “Insights from acceleration in China” by Moviemask.io, Wiralcam, Playpulse.no, Blueye Robotics, BreachVR & Orkel.
10.55 Closing remarks Danske Bank
11.30 See you in China?