Ken Law


Ken Law witnessed firsthand that a company can make money and contribute to society at the same time. After earning his MS degree at Stanford, he joined Google as the first group of interns and became a full-time employee in 2000. While at Google, Ken developed a patented algorithm to find related pages and created a system to evaluate Google’s search quality based on big data analysis.


In 2007, before iPhone was widely adopted and Android devices came out in the market, Ken returned to Hong Kong and started MotherApp. The company now consults with companies in Asia, North America and Europe with clients such as BBC, Dorling Kindersley, JobsDB and Hong Kong Trade Development Council. They are constantly exploring innovative mobile solutions to people’s day-to-day business challenges