An event of the size of PyCon Hong Kong has huge expenses involved with it. These expenses fall broadly into three categories:
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IBM is an innovation and technology company headquartered in New York with operations in over 175 countries. It delivers innovative solutions, software and infrastructures to improve client outcomes, create new value and solve business problems through integrated solutions that leverage IT and deep knowledge in business processes. These solutions draw from an industry leading portfolio of business and technology consulting, delivery and implementation services, as well as enterprise software, systems and financing.
IBM opened for business in Hong Kong in 1957, and has since played a pivotal role in Hong Kong’s development and transformation. For more information, visit www.ibm.com/hk.
The Python Software Foundation (PSF) is the non-profit legal entity that holds and protects the intellectual property rights behind Python, keeping it free and open for all to use. The PSF also contributes to the Python community by underwriting or sponsoring conferences, funding grants and special projects, and leading volunteer efforts.
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We would like to thank our organisers to provide their resources, fundings, and personal donations & efforts to PyCon Hong Kong 2016.
Hong Kong Creative Open Technology Association (HKCOTA) is a non- profit (pending) organisation founded in 2014 to promote Open Standards; Free and Open Source Software; Open Hardware; Free Culture Works, Open Content and Creative Commons.
Open Source Hong Kong (OSHK) is a community in aim of advocacy and promotion on concepts and uses of open source, to organise meet-ups, seminars, conferences and other events in Hong Kong and Asia. OSHK encourages communication and collaboration of open source, open technology and open culture related communities in Hong Kong and the world. OSHK established 2 annual conferences - Hong Kong Open Source Conference (HKOSCon) in 2013 and PyCon HK in 2015.
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