On 13-14 June 2018, 40 tech companies will join 220 sophisticated investors in Hong Kong for over 600 pre-arranged, targeted 1-2-1 investment meetings at 121 Tech Investment Hong Kong.
By building the event around a focused and targeted meeting programme, 121 Tech Investment provides a time and resource efficient way for companies to meet new investors and for investors to appraise a wide range of opportunities.
Meetings are pre-arranged through the 121 Meeting Planner tool. Through the tool investors can view details of all tech companies attending and request private 1-2-1 meetings with them. This ensures that you get more in-depth information on each company and their projects before your meetings, and that you only meet with companies who fit your investment criteria.
Entry is restricted to qualified investors, analysts and senior tech company executives keeping every meeting focused on investment and financing discussion
2. Pre-arrange meetings
Prior to the summit, all investor/analyst participants will receive a list of the tech corporates participating in the event, along with information about their projects. Simply select those companies whose management teams you would like to meet and we will build you a personalised schedule of 1-2-1 meetings.
Events are built around two days of pre-arranged 1-2-1 meetings alongside a two-day conference programme packed with investor insight panels, analyst market updates and CEO spotlight presentations.n
Targeted networking – Two days of pre-arranged 1-2-1 meetings allowing tech companies to connect face-to-face with investment funds and analysts
Exclusivity – Entry is restricted to qualified investors, analysts and senior tech company executives keeping every meeting focused on investment and financing discussion
Market intelligence – Interactive two-day programme where presenters and panellists actively engage with the audience to create a two-way conversation
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220 leading institutional investors, financiers and analysts from Hong Kong, Greater China and the wider APAC region will attend. Here’s the expected breakdown: