How a high-school dropout with big ideas founded GoGoVan, Hong Kong’s first US$1bn start-up

Like all the best ideas, it started with a problem. For Steven Lam Hoi-yuen – the man who would go on to co-found Hong Kong’s first US$1 billion start-up – that problem was the difficulty of trying to find delivery vans. The year was 2010, and a …
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