Cyberport is a business park in Hong Kong consisting of four office buildings, a hotel, and a retail entertainment complex. It describes itself as a "creative digital community" with a cluster of technology and digital content tenants. It is owned and managed by Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited which is wholly owned by the Hong Kong SAR Government.
As of February 2016, Cyberport has incubated and funded over 320 startup companies since inception in 2007. It has also announced in 2016 that it would set up a Cyberport Macro Fund to support local start-ups after seed stage but generally before or around Series A stage of funding.
Cyberport focuses on building key clusters of digital technology, namely FinTech, eCommerce, IoT/Wearables and Big Data/AI to foster the development of Hong Kong into a “Smart City”. With a committed team of professionals providing all rounded value added services to support our digital community and an array of state-of-the-art tech facilities, Cyberport is the flagship for Hong Kong’s digital tech industry.
Central to the overall mission of fostering and nurturing Hong Kong’s innovative technology leaders is Cyberport’s third giant leap of empowering global ambition. We work with start-ups and established businesses to fulfill their goals of stepping up onto the global stage. To do so it requires connections to the right investors and industry players; fortunately, that is one area where Cyberport shines.