Miotech founder: Why B2B holds up better in weak markets

Jason Tu, founder of Hong Kong-based fintech startup MioTech, speaks to FinanceAsia about how startups can survive in the volatile market.

Chinese startups are shifting from a mere business model innovation to real technology innovation, in a way to acquire more business clients.

In an interview with FinanceAsia, Jason Tu, founder of Hong Kong-based fintech startup MioTech, talked about how companies are using technology to build higher barriers and eventually commercialize in the market.

MioTech was set up in July 2016 by Tu and Tao Liu, firstly under the goal to save investors' time on conducting market research. The company aims to provide portfolio management and consulting services for high-net-worth clients, financial advisors, fund managers and family offices by applying artificial intelligence technology.

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