Coffee & Jam: FlowWatch and Jeffrey Ling

Join us at the next Coffee & Jam as we will first hear from FlowWatch about their recently launched startup and how it has the potential to reduce water waste and improve the efficiency for water management for Christchurch city. This fantastic group of students are currently studying at Ara Institute of Canterbury and they were the winner of Smart Christchurch Hackathon @Ara.

After the break, Jeffrey Ling - Ex-startup founder, ex-programme manager for Lightning Lab, and Startup Advisor at Te Ōhaka Centre for Growth & Innovation- will give you a peek behind the curtain on the growing scene of the innovation landscape in Asia and how Kiwi startups may expand into this enormous market and take advantage of the opportunities presented.

We expect this to be an exciting and insightful session as always, so tune in to be inspired, and meet your startup and innovation tribe!

 

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Meet your speakers

Jeffery Ling
Ex-startup founder, ex-programme manager for Lightning Lab, and Startup Advisor at Te Ōhaka Centre for Growth & Innovation

Before doing cross-border venture building, Jeffrey ran Lightning Lab Tourism Accelerator in Christchurch. Prior to this, he spent 8 years doing a bunch of startup stuff while in Taiwan, including his own legal startup, joined 2 Korean startups (enterprise SaaS and travel tech respectively), as well as Taiwan Startup Stadium (TSS) dealing with startup development, investor relations and corporate innovation.

While at TSS, he worked with 400+ investors and 130+ tech startup members covering various verticals. Before the startup journey, he spent 10 years as a legal professional, both law firm and in-house. Jeffrey will be talking to us today about “How to expand into the Asian market”.

 
Flow Watch team
 
FlowWatch is a recently launched startup which is building a solution that can reduce water waste and improve the efficiency of water management for Christchurch city. This fantastic group of students are currently studying at Ara Institute of Canterbury and were also were the winner of Smart Christchurch Hackathon @Ara.