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The Global Startup Movement - Startup Ecosystem Leaders, Global Entrepreneurship, and Emerging Market Innovation

Host Andrew Berkowitz interviews startup founders, ecosystem builders, investors, emerging market players, and economic development thought leaders about the startup ecosystems in their cities.
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Jun 20, 2017

Meet Yat Siu, Director and Co-founder of Animoca Brands. Animoca Brands is a Game Developer and Publisher for branded content such as Garfield, Doraemon, Ultraman and others that went public on the ASX in January 2015. Yat moved to Hong Kong in 1996, where he set up Hong Kong Cybercity, the first free web page and email provider in Asia. In 1997 he joined AT&T Solutions' System Integration practice, but left in 1998 to set up Outblaze, which developed innovative web-based multilingual white label communication and collaboration services. Yat's steady leadership and vision steered Outblaze through the Dotcom Bubble and several subsequent crises. Outblaze became a world leader in white label hosted web services, winning numerous awards and accolades.Yat Siu was called a World Economic Forum Global Leader of Tomorrow and a Young Global Leader of Tomorrow. He has numerous awards for his contributions in business and society.

On this episode you'll learn:

What was it like navigating through the dot-com bubble in Hong Kong?

Why did IBM acquire Outblaze’s messaging platform?

With the hundreds of thousands of games on the App Store has mobile gaming hit a point of saturation?

What are Yat’s VR predictions over the coming years?

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