Google chairman Eric Schmidt announced yesterday a one-year program, partnering with The Chinese University of Hong Kong, to help young entrepreneurs in Hong Kong.
The offerings, as reported by Startup HK, include,
An incubation and mentorship program designed with CUHK; this will give entrepreneurs in Hong Kong access to mentors that can often be hard to reach in Hong Kong.
A sponsored trip for outstanding program participants to Google headquarters in Mountain View, U.S. to meet and connect with experts in the global community; and
Efforts to help young entrepreneurs overcome the startup costs and isolation that come with high rents and a fragmented entrepreneurship community.
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