What we're about

We are a community of like-minded entrepreneurs, wantrepreneurs and everything in between that have an interest in Entrepreneurship + Asia. Our mission is to raise more awareness about the opportunities in Asia and showcase entrepreneurs that are active in the region.

Our events range from quizzing entrepreneurs on how to Wechat growth-hack your way into China to how VR is changing the lives of communities across the world. Take a look at our previous events to get a feel.

Whether you are flirting with entrepreneurship or want to learn more about expanding your company into Asia - you've come to the right place.

This group is managed by Haymarket HQ (http://www.haymarkethq.com) - Australia's first not-for-profit startup hub supporting entrepreneurs to grow into Asia.

We hope to see you soon at one of our events!

Upcoming events (1)

HHQ Asia Speed Mentoring Night

Haymarket HQ


PLEASE REGISTER ON HUMANITIX: https://events.humanitix.com.au/hhq-asia-speed-mentoring-night Thinking of exploring Asia as a potential market for your business? But have no idea where to start? This event provides a relaxed forum for those looking to get advice to expand into Asian Markets. Meet with a selection of mentors and founders who've succeeded in the Asian market. This is an open forum for all your questions—think speed dating but with a twist. You direct the discussion and learn from their experiences firsthand. Keep an eye out for our awesome lineup of mentors. Limited spots only. Register now! Tickets: Student - $5 General Admission - $20 About Haymarket HQ: Haymarket HQ provides first-class coworking space, mentorship and education to startups and companies wanting to tap into Asian markets. Based in a historic building in vibrant Chinatown, HHQ is supported by private and public funding and home to 30 companies that look beyond Australia’s borders. ================= You may be photographed or videod while attending this event: please approach the organiser if you have questions, concerns, or do not wish this to happen. The event organisers may add you to a mailing list so they can follow up, and you can receive updates about their activities: this mailing list will have an easy-to-find unsubscribe button. This event is part of Spark Festival and upholds the Spark Code of Conduct.

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