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The Knowledge Transfer Office (KTO) is the vital link between the University and the community in terms of the exchange of knowledge, which includes technology, know-how, skills and expertise, for both commercial and non-commercial applications. Through knowledge transfer, the Office aims to forge close ties with industry, business and the wider public for the betterment of Hong Kong and beyond.
With generous support from CityU Incubator scheme, the UGC Community of Practice (CoP): Technology and Creativity Community, government officials and industry leaders, CityU Apps Lab was established in 2013 to enhance knowledge on the latest technologies while incubating innovation.
Launched by the Innovation and Technology Commission (ITC), TSSSU aims to encourage university students, alumni and professors to start up technology businesses.
Each selected start-up will be funded an annual funding capped at HK$1.2 million, for not more than 3 years.