BizGym.com, an online rapid business plan building program based in Hawaii, has formed a partnership with CyberPort, the largest information technology accellerator in Hong Kong. The relationship was sparked by BizGym.comâ€™s recent partnership in â€œHawaii Tech Asia,â€ a business development tour organized by Hawaii Business and Entrepreneur Acceleration Mentors (HiBeam).
The two companies will create a Chinese language version of the BizGym online entrepreneurâ€™s toolset, branding it as the â€œCyberport Business System powered by BizGym.â€ It will feature team-matching, collaborative business planning and a direct link to Cyberportâ€™s micro-fund application process. Operations will begin by year-end in Hong Kong and mainland China.
Cyberport is a government-owned enterprise, and when breaking news of the partnership on Hawaii Public Radioâ€™s Bytemarks Cafe show last week, BizGym.com founder Steve Sue said that the co-branded arrangement with a prominent Hong Kong organization will likely discourage copycats from diluting the BizGym.com model in Asia.Read More