How to Start Your Own Entertainment Company in Hong Kong – Part 2
Next Big Entertainment (NG) is a Hong Kong based startup that aims to provide entertainment content creators with the same support and guidance that they have available to other startups in mainland China.
They aim to develop content that is affordable and easy to access, with an emphasis on the digital and social aspects of entertainment.
The company has set up a team of around 25 people and is now looking to expand its presence in Hongkong.
Nomad Productions has been in HongKong since 2014, when it was established by two of the founders of Nomad Media, the Hong Kong-based media production company founded by former Apple co-founder Craig Federighi.
In the year following, the company has been growing, expanding into other territories, and now it is set to expand further.
The founders say that their first product they are currently working on will be a podcast and video series, which they are calling “Nomads Guide to Hong Kong”.
The company is currently looking to secure a studio space in HongGong, a city in the southern part of the city, and to hire a director, producer, writer and composer.
Nomad Productions are also working with local media firms and talent agencies to develop their content, and have already secured a number of deals, including a deal with the local film agency for a series titled “The King and the City”.
In their latest pitch, Nomad is looking to raise $100,000 for their startup, with the aim of establishing the team to expand into other markets.
In a post on the Nomad Website, the team says:We are currently recruiting for a production team to help us expand our team to include the likes of film and television production, TV production, video production and digital production.
The Nomads guide to HongKongs entertainment and cultureThe Nomad website says that they will be looking to attract local talent from the HongKONG area.
They are also looking to recruit local actors and writers to help them develop their product.
The post also includes a list of “prominent local talent”, which include:Mingyu, who will be taking over from the late Wong Ching-Yong as the host of the show Nomads Guide Hong Kong (in Hong Kong).
She is an experienced journalist who worked for the BBC Hong Kong and the BBC World Service in Hong Kong.
She has also written for a variety of international media outlets, including Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the Washington Post.
She was also a writer for the popular website The Next Big Thing and was previously the producer of the BBC’s The King and The City, which has been widely seen as one of the most popular shows of the year.
The team behind Nomad Entertainment says that the focus of their business is on the content, rather than the content itself.
They hope that their team of writers and producers will be able to write and produce a variety, diverse, and interesting content.
They will also be looking for new and experienced local talent to help with the creation of the product.
As Nomad’s pitch says, they aim to make it as easy as possible for people to get into entertainment, and provide a good service to the entertainment industry.
The team say that the Nomads is not just for entertainment, but will also offer a wide range of entertainment-related products for businesses, restaurants, cafes, and even retail outlets.
They also have a new platform called Nomad TV which is focused on helping young Hong Kongers and adults find opportunities to connect with other people from Hong Kong, in the form of “events”.
A few of the things that the team have in mind include:Cinetime EntertainmentVarsha has a degree in English literature and a focus on entertainment and design.
She is a writer, producer and host of an online podcast called The Nomads Guides Hong Kong.
She wrote and produced the popular series, The King And The City.
The former co-owner of Nomads Media has a background in media production, working for the likes Ofcom and Sony in the UK and US.
She also worked as a producer for the ABC’s The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes and the CBC’s The Rise Of The Tomb Raider.
She has previously worked as the co-producer of the HBO’s Westworld and the executive producer of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
She worked with the BBC as the producer for BBC Three’s The Adventure of Sherlock and the host for BBC’s Sherlock Holmes, as well as hosting The Adventure Of Sherlock as the guest host for the British Science Fiction Society’s conference, The British Science fiction Society Conference.
Mingyue has a passion for film, music, theatre, and film and TV.
She previously worked with HBO, Sony Pictures, and HBO Canada, among others.