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The ideal R&D industry: Share and Success

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Structure: 8 Content: 7 You picked a story angle which is quite broad. In this case you have to pack the story with examples to make it more solid, or it will look empty. Structure-wise ok, maybe paraphrase some quotes will make it a better read. By the way, Jackson Tang is CIO of what company?

By Tony Mak 13 November 2018

An experienced Research&Design (R&D) innovator said sharing is the way to success.


“You will not be successful unless you share and communicate with others,” Kenneth Chau Kin Wang, President of Technology Incubation Network said.


Chau has been in the co-working space in the U.S. back to 2012 and he found that most of the R&D companies were working on the same technology there.


“They didn’t concern about the issues of copyright and competition,” he said. “They would help each other if they encounter questions and difficulties.”


He also said that the R&D companies in the U.S. would share their successes with each other.


“I decided to bring this idea back to Hong Kong,” he said.


Jackson Tang Chi Shing, Chief Information Officer (CIO) also believed Hong Kong R&D companies can learn from the others.


“Hong Kong R&D companies can develop their business in the Great Bay Area,” he added. “They can also learn different skills and techniques from others countries, such as chipset skills from Taiwan, screen techniques from China and Japan.”


Moreover, Tang said the funding system for R&D enterprises is too complicated.


“The Hong Kong government has spent $10 billion for R&D development, which is the largest proportion spent among different countries,” he said.


“However, companies need to write a report first, and it takes 9 months for the result,” he added.


Therefore, he urged government to setup an organization which vouches for cash flow.

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