Elevator Pitch Competition 2017

The Story

Live Event Profile:

Event Date: 2 November 2017

Event Duration: 240 minutes

Event Venue: International Commerce Centre (ICC)

Live Streaming Platform: Facebook (available on mobile devices and computers)

Live Streaming Region: Worldwide

Live Event Details:



- Thousands of worldwide audiences were able to witness this international event and voted for their favorable candidates during the live

- Contestants could also watch the pitches of their competitors onsite through the live streaming displayed on screens



Elevator Pitch Competition, "EPiC" in short, is a fun-filled international start-up event organized by Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation. 100 local and oversea start-ups were selected to pitch their ideas in a 60-second elevator ride at ICC, the most iconic skyscraper in Hong Kong and competed for more than US$120,000 investment prize.



It is the first-ever live streaming on a moving elevator of the tallest building in Hong Kong. With TFI’s state-of-the-art live streaming technology, the Elevator Pitch Competition has been streamed seamlessly regardless limited space and networking facilities. It was streamed to HKSTP’s Facebook and further displayed on multi screens at Sky100.



1. No geographical and environmental boundaries

Our HERMES Live Streaming Technologies support both indoor and outdoor activities regardless of location.


2. Experienced live streaming service provider

We are well experienced in live streaming various kinds of events. We offer in-depth inspection for the event venue and provide professional one-stop live streaming service.


3. Support various social media platforms

HERMES Live’s technology supports simulcast of the live event to social media platforms like Facebook. It helps spread the message and increase the engagement.

The Client

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) is a statutory body that has one simple goal – to transform Hong Kong into the regional hub for innovation and technology development. Since 2001, HKSTP has been carefully building a tech-based ecosystem that connects stakeholders, nurtures talent, facilitates collaboration, and drives innovation to commercialisation. Currently, more than 600 technology companies and approximately 13,000 technology talents call Hong Kong Science Park home.