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FuckUp Night // HONG KONG VOL. X

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Campfire Collaborative Space

4/F Cheung Hing Industrial building, 12P Smithfield road, Kennedy Town

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Join us on August September 28th for another round of Fuckupers speakers at Campfire Collaborative Space! It will be a night of good stories and good company to share the pain with. Get your tickets now!

What is the FuckUp Night about?
FUN is a global movement where stories of failed business and projects are told, questioned and celebrate. The movement was born in Mexico City in 2012 by five friend who felt they need to break free from the stigma surrounding "failure". As fellow entrepreneurs and soon-to-be FUNpreneurs, they deeply believed in communicating failure as a positive step everyone must overcome on the road to success

In every FuckUp night, we are going to have 3 to 4 speakers to share their failure story: What was the project? What went wrong? What did they learn? What would they do differently?

We have an amazing line-up for this FUN Vol. X,
Introducing:

Belinda Wong
Belinda is the author of Hong Kong Company Secretary Checklist and Hong Kong Company Secretary’s Practice Manual published by CCH Hong Kong, a Wolters Kluwer business and has written a number of articles published in overseas newspapers and portals. She speaks at seminars for professionals and conducts in-house training for commercial and government officers on Hong Kong corporate law.

Derek Chan
Derek has over 17 years of international work experience across multiple industries and split his work between startup and corporate work. Started out as a web developer in Toronto and gradually moved towards building his own 1st startup - Socialutions, where it helped, started the 1st Cyberport Microfund Pilot Program in 2010 and secured an SGD 500K seed funding.


Rita Sin
Rita was born and raised in Hong Kong, lived in San Francisco for 4 years and lived in Colombia, South America for 2 months.
Living abroad is never easy, need to adapt the environment and adjust my psychological mood accordingly. Keeping myself busy may distract me a bit from being homesick, however, I realized that I started to gain weight and getting more anxious about my career path.
At this moment, one of my yoga classes back in college totally inspired me that we can be charming even at a certain age and this leads me to the path of being a Yoga Instructor and Therapist. Through the breathing techniques of yoga classes, made me totally relief and recharge.
I would like to inspire more people who suffer from depression, anxiety through meditation and yoga sessions to shine their lives once again because we all only can live once and everyone deserves to have a happy life.
ABOUT CAMPFIRE
Campfire Collaborative Spaces is Asia's fastest growing network of shared spaces. By end 2017, Campfire will have 7 co-working, 1 co-living, and 1 co-learning sites in 4 countries. With real estate at a premium in most major cities, Campfire provides reliable and flexible sites to maximize utilization. Currently, operating 2 industry-focused co-working sites in Hong Kong ( Kennedy Town - Tech and Wong Chuk Hang - Fashion), Campfire encourages collaboration through industry-specific facilities, relevant events, and vibrant communities.

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Campfire Collaborative Space
4/F Cheung Hing Industrial Building
12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town
MTR Kennedy Town Exit A
2min walk from MTR
U-turn / up the hill / first building entrance on the left
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