With more attention on the startup scene than ever, it’s arguably the best and worst time to make the jump. It’s the best time because the potential for game-changing innovation and financial growth is attractive to say the least. But it’s also the worst because this overly zealous attitude is causing the word “overvalued” to be thrown around left and right. The reality is that generally you do your hours, your prospects are never guaranteed, and your pay and benefits will likely be lower than a cushy corporate job.
Think you have what it takes? You’re going to be submerged in a culture where your work matters, and that’s precisely the reason why you’re going to work longer and harder. You want to be good at what you do because someone will point out very quickly if you’re not up to par. You’re going to wear more hats than your job description because you’re involved in every aspect of the business, so you need to learn a bit of everything. You know that you’re not just another cog in the machine because what you do matters, and with that comes responsibility and difficult days. For these reasons, it may be hard to strike up a work-life balance at times working at a startup. But the good news is, passion is never in short supply because the fruit of your labour is tangible. You can see it, and you’re proud of it. Are you up for the challenge?
We’re happy to let you know that Garage Society and W Hub are bringing you the 3rd HK Tech & Startups Job Fair at QRC Garage (19F, 299 Queen’s Road Central)! Come and take a look - whether you’re a student, graduate or experienced professional with an entrepreneurial spirit, then we’d love to introduce you to some great folks from some of the largest tech companies in the world to up-and-coming local startups. Looking forward to meeting everyone! Get your FREE ticket here.
***Updated list of the companies in attendance: SPACIOUS |AfterShip | SHOPLINE | Dragon Law | Easyship | Lamplight Analytics |Ubudu Asia | Oui Open | S Loyalty | Actimirror | Uber HK | Gravity | & more to come!