HKSTP and HSBC cooperate to launch SPRINTER 2 for SMEs in logistics, buildings and related services to provide businesses a quick path to integrate digital transformation into their business. During the launch ceremony, which concluded Cohort 1 and marked the beginning of Cohort 2, two manufacturing companies from the first cohort of the accelerator shared their successful stories of co-creation.
Hayco Manufacturing Limited, a manufacturer of plastic components, has adopted AI visual detection for label identification to avoid loss from inaccurate shipping information in their facilities in the Dominican Republic.
On the other hand, Koln 3D Technology (Medical) Limited was matched with an Israeli tech venture partner to co-create 3D printing technology for rapid verification of 3D models for clinical applications.
Aldous Mak, Chief Financial Officer, HKSTP (left) and Christina Ong, Head of Business Banking, Commercial Banking, Hong Kong, HSBC launch the new cohort of SPRINTER 2 to drive the transformation and development for logistics, buildings and related services in Hong Kong.
Antony Au, Director, MIS, Hayco Manufacturing Limited (first from the left) and Edmond Yau, Founder & CEO, Koln 3D Technology (Medical) Limited shared their success stories from first cohort of SPRINTER 2 in a panel discussion moderated by Henry Fong, Senior Manager, Strategic Partnership, HKSTP.