Lunch with HKUST Alumni Entrepreneurs

Lunch with HKUST Alumni Entrepreneurs
Meeting with Alumni
Date and Time
2 April 2019, 12:00-2:00pm

Co-Organized by: HKUST Entrepreneurship Center and Development and Alumni Office

Join us for an engaging lunch with HKUST alumni entrepreneurs and get tips on how to expand your business overseas!

Date: 2 April 2019 (Tuesday)

Time: 12:00 - 2:00 pm

Venue: Chinese Restaurant, G/F, HKUST

Theme: Expanding businesses overseas

Capacity: 30 students

Registration: Please register here by Friday, 29 March 2019

Please note that:

  1. Seats are limited and will be offered on a first-come-first-served basis
  2. A deposit of HKD $50 is required to secure your seat and will be returned to you at the start of the event
  3. Your reservation will only be confirmed upon receipt of your deposit
  4. Please submit your deposit to Ms. Jerri Ng at the Development & Alumni Office, Room 3008, 3/F Academic Building (Lift 3). Office hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm and 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm.


Minky Lam
CEO of AuVi Entertainment Inc. Limited


Minky graduated with a bachelor's degree in computer engineering from the University of Victoria, Australia, a Master of Business Administration from Hong Kong Baptist University, and a Master of IC Design from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. 

Minky has over 20 years of management experience in a number of multinational listed companies and has worked in Japan, Hong Kong, and China. He has worked in various multinational companies such as Fujitsu, Littelfuse, Avnet, MEMEC, Motoroloa /Solomon, and has served as Asia Sales VP, Director, Asian Product Marketing Manager, Global Product Manager, Technology and Engineering Manager. He specializes in management, sales, marketing, technology, and has an in-depth understanding of supply chain and brand sales management. He can provide stable and different production modes for the company and its brand customers until the product sales channel.

Jovian Ling
Co-founder Co-founder of Set Sail Venture limited


Jovian is the co-founder of Set Sail Venture limited, a leading chatbot contact center solution startup in Hong Kong. The mission of Set Sail is to disrupt how business runs a contact center with the aid of artificial intelligence. Since 2015, Set Sail’s revenue has been growing exponentially with solid clients including government institutions, insurance companies and e-commerce retailers. Jovian started his career as a management trainee in Swire Pacific Limited before his entrepreneurial journey of several businesses. Jovian holds a master degree in Philosophy in CUHK and he is a graduate of the Dual Degree of Technology and Management.

Lewis Yau
CEO of ShirtStylist


With a passion for bringing Hong Kong’s renowned tailoring services to the world, luxury fashion veteran and entrepreneur Lewis Yau recently launched ShirtStylist, offering a unique customer proposition of integrating quality personalized custom-made shirt services with digital experiences. The ShirtStylist team will engage the customers with personal styling advice, measurement and fitting in the ShirtStylist’s studio or customer’s office. Customers will then be able to access their style profile and measurements in the ShirtStylist online store, where they can explore different fabrics and have a fun experience to create custom-made shirts tailored to their own styles and needs, all delivered to the customers at a click. The team – all of whom have an extensive background in luxury fashion – is also gearing up to enter the mainland China market in 2019, followed by expansions into Singapore, Japan and Canada in the near future. Beginning his career as a Management Trainee at P&G, Lewis became an e-Commerce consultant in 2000 and then went on to business process re-engineering for Lane Crawford. There, he was later invited to switch to the operations side as a Store Manager of a 50,000 sq. ft. department store.  With his strong background in consulting and business, Lewis was soon able to bring new vision and ideas to the company, and he continued to work in retail and fashion in a leadership role for the next decade. In recent years, he has focused on helping international brands expand to Asia, overseeing a wide scope of activities from opening new stores to e-commerce. The market insights, experience and network that he built up over the course of his career provided him with a strong foundation from which to launch ShirtStylist. More about Lewis here

Moderator: Trishank Hansrajani, Year 2 WBB Student

Inquiries: Please contact Ms. Jerri Ng at