Money for Nothing
On Money For Nothing today, first up, Barry Wood, RTHK's economics correspondent in Washington reflects on markets. At 8.15 am Brian Hager tells us about Tradesparq, the B2B trade portal that uses a social networking approach. We'll also hear about some new educational software with gaming elements, developed in Hong Kong. (8am-9am, ,firstname.lastname@example.org)
8.03 am - News highlights of the day
* Greece must cut extra 2.5 bn euros
* Deutsche Bank investigated in US
* ECB may set limits on Euro Bonds
Barry Wood, RTHK's economics correspondent in Washington, reflects on markets.
8.20 am - Tradesparq
Tradesparq is a B2B trade portal that uses social networking tools to help buyers and suppliers verify each other online. Wonder how overseas companies source Chinese goods over the Internet? Something like a cross-between Alibaba meets LinkedIn, it's a new start-up with a seed fund of USD500,000. Joining us to discuss is President & Co-Founder of Tradesparq, Brian Hager.
8.50 am - 3D Avatar School
Claus Nehmzow, CEO of 3D Avatar School told us the unique selling points of the courses offered by their school when compared to the other training courses in the market.