[Wall Street Journal] Startups to Watch: Hong Kong



Workplace collaboration tools are growing in popularity around the world. But the services can be difficult to use for those who aren’t technologically savvy, says Roy Law, the 41-year-old co-founder of Hong Kong startup TeamNote.
His company’s solution: a simpler, easier-to-use tool for employees who spend their days in the field, such as real-estate workers. A kind of WhatsApp for companies, TeamNote offers secure instant messaging, document sharing and functions for managing workers’ shifts. Among its prominent clients: Hong Kong’s Cheung Kong Holdings Ltd., a property-development and investment-services firm headed by Asia’s richest person, Li Ka-shing.
The startup, which was founded in 2014 and has a staff of seven, received backing from Mountain View, Calif.-based incubator Y Combinator, which has helped launch the likes of Airbnb and Dropbox.



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