After the many postponements, Wild Digital SEA 2020 is finally happening! Ready for a wholesome virtual conference experience? We’re super excited to make this online edition as amazing as the past years’ events!
As Co-Founder and Group CEO of Catcha Group, Patrick Grove is one of the leading entrepreneurs in the APAC region. He founded and took 5 companies from startup to IPO, recently selling iProperty Group for US$534m, making it one of the largest internet exits in ASEAN history.
He is Co-Founder and Chairman of iflix, the leading SVoD service for emerging markets; Co-Founder and Director of iCar Asia, ASEAN’s No. 1 network of digital automotive portals; and Co-Founder of Frontier Digital Ventures, a leading operator of online classifieds in frontier markets.
Patrick has received numerous international awards, including: Global Leader of Tomorrow and New Asian Leader by the World Economic Forum; Asia’s Best Young Entrepreneur by Bloomberg Business.
AirAsia.com is ASEAN's fastest growing super app offering consumers travel and lifestyle products on a single platform. AirAsia.com leverages its digital ecosystem of 75 million users and over 15 products lines across travel, lifestyle, e-commerce and content to offer its consumers a personalised and seamless experience, powered by data and technology, so that now everyone can enjoy more than flights on AirAsia.com
Kevin Fitzgerald is the Managing Director, Asia at Xero. He leads the growth and performance of the Asian business, spending his time between the Singapore and Hong Kong offices. Kevin and his team help small businesses and their advisors across Asia embrace cloud technology to run productive, more profitable businesses.
Originally from Ireland, Kevin moved to Australia in 2011 and led the Financial Services Recruitment Business for Robert Walters in Melbourne. Previously Kevin worked with KPMG, Royal Bank of Canada and State Street Bank in Audit, Financial Reporting and Hedge Funds. His career at Xero began in 2015, leading the Australian sales team as Territory Manager. In the role, he developed a deep well of experience working with SMEs and helping them grow.
Xero is a cloud-based accounting software platform for small businesses with 2.38 million subscribers globally. Through Xero, small business owners and their advisors have access to real-time financial data any time, anywhere and on any device. Xero offers an ecosystem of over 800 third-party apps and 200 plus connections to banks and other financial partners. In 2020, Xero was included in the Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index and recognised by IDC MarketScape as a leader in its worldwide SaaS and cloud-enabled small business finance and accounting applications vendor assessment.
Listed on Australian Security Exchange, iCar Asia (ASX: ICQ) owns and operates ASEAN No. 1 network of automotive portals with clear leadership positions established in each of ASEAN’s three largest automotive markets – Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand. iCar Asia has significant market opportunity with the potential to connect over 600 million car buyers and sellers throughout ASEAN. Their online properties currently reach approximately 12 million car buyers and enthusiasts in the region every month. They have consolidated position in ASEAN markets with established brands, consistent consumer audiences, and listings leadership due to deep car dealership penetration and engagement via our market-leading Response Management System (RMS) which is integrated into dealers’ businesses.
At iCar Asia, they are passionately committed to building a business that has a definitive impact on the automotive industry in the ASEAN region. Their strategic priorities for the business are to develop a world class customer experience, enabling us to win in all of our core markets. With this position of strength they have the opportunity to expand into adjacent categories and services, as well as into new countries.
Eduard Fabian is the Chief Technology Officer/VP of Razer Fintech, a subsidiary of Razer Inc. Razer Fintech is a pioneering fintech player that includes in its suite of products Razer Merchant Services, a leading offline-to-online digital payment network in Southeast Asia as well Razer Pay, a rapidly growing e-wallet targeted at youths and millennials. Eduard is based in Singapore and his initial focus is on special Fintech projects.
Prior to joining Razer, Eduard was the Group Technology Head for United Overseas Bank. During his time in UOB, Eduard played a critical role in leading the design and build of UOB’s TMRW digital bank that has been successfully launched in Thailand and to be rolled out in other emerging Southeast Asian markets. Eduard brings with him over 20 years of global experience in leading technology teams in Asia, Europe and the US. He has spent the last 10 years driving business transformation and innovation in digital banking and insurance. He started his career in Financial Services with Citibank in Dublin, Ireland, where he helped build the Citi Innovation Lab and launched industry-leading digital banking products for corporates. Eduard moved from Dublin to Singapore to head up Citibank’s technology team for transaction banking across 17 Asian markets. Prior to that, Eduard worked in the software industry, including building one of the first cloud engineering teams in Oracle. Eduard holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science.
Backed by the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers synonymous with the youth and millennials, Razer Fintech is the financial technology arm of Razer Inc. Established in April 2018, Razer Fintech has grown to become one of the largest O2O (offline to online) digital payment networks in SEA and has processed over billions of dollars in total payment value. Razer Fintech operates two verticals, Razer Merchant Services (“RMS”) and Razer Pay.
Razer Merchant Services is a leading B2B (business-to-business) solution encompassing:
Vertex Ventures Southeast Asia and India invests in high-growth start-ups seeking their first round of institutional venture capital funding in Southeast Asia and India, with a primary focus on Singapore, India, Indonesia, Thailand and other emerging hubs of innovation across the region.
Vertex Ventures Southeast Asia and India is part of the Vertex global network of venture capital funds. A trusted partner to some of the world’s most innovative entrepreneurs, Vertex supports its portfolio companies with unmatched operating experience and deep access to the capital, talent, partners and customers they need to build truly global businesses.
For more information, please visit: https://www.vertexventures.sg/
Amit Saberwal is the innovator behind RedDoorz, Southeast Asia’s largest and fastest-growing affordable accommodations brand. After a 20-year career in hospitality and travel tech, he identified an opportunity to help both the region’s emerging middle-class consumers, and struggling budget hotel owners. Today, Singapore-based RedDoorz is operating with more than 1,800 properties in over 150 cities in Indonesia, The Philippines, Vietnam and Singapore.
Prior to founding RedDoorz, he was the Chief Business Officer – Hotel and International Markets at India’s premier travel and airline booking site MakeMyTrip.com. He was instrumental in shaping the company and was part of the leadership team growing it to IPO in three years, and getting it listed on NASDAQ in 2010, with 85,000 properties globally. He also spearheaded MakeMyTrip’s largest acquisition of Thailand-based HotelTravel.com.
Before that, Amit also worked as Director Sales and Marketing with The Park Hotels in Bangalore and New Delhi. He is a Hotel Management graduate with a Post Graduate Diploma in Sales & Marketing from National Institute for Sales, New Delhi.
He also spent time at Cornell University honing his professional skills as a hotelier. He spent his childhood in Delhi, India. He lives in Singapore with his banker wife and two children.
RedDoorz is Southeast Asia’s largest and fastest growing, technology-driven hotel management and booking company offering affordable accommodations for everyone. With a vision to enable people to travel more and provide an affordable, reliable stay in all major cities and destinations across the region, RedDoorz is disrupting the hospitality industry by transforming the fragmented supply inventory into branded, standardised accommodations, leveraging its mobile app and digital channels to drive strong consumer demand.
Founded in 2015 by a team of senior executives with deep experience in the online travel and hospitality industry, RedDoorz has grown into a regional powerhouse with operations in Indonesia, Singapore, the Philippines and Vietnam – with over 1,800 properties in more than 150 cities across its four markets today. The firm has been growing by five times year-on-year.
As part of the RedDoorz brand network, hotel owners can grow their businesses and increase revenues while streamlining their operations. RedDoorz’s solutions help partners manage distribution, pricing, marketing, customer experience and technology solutions – offering an end-to-end platform powered by advanced technology infrastructure. Consumers can expect a great experience across all its properties, with standardised amenities like free WiFi, clean spotless rooms, comfortable beds, television and daily mineral water.
Surina Shukri brings two decades of experience working across a diverse range of companies including global multinationals, middle market companies as well as early stage startups across the financial services, natural resources and technology sectors. She spent the bulk of her professional career in the United States, including 17 years at JPMorgan Chase & Co, as Head of Strategy, Innovation & Business Management for Middle Market Banking and Chief of Staff to the CEO and Executive Director in Natural Resources Investment Banking. She left JPMorgan Chase in 2018 to start SheNovation Ventures, where she advised fintech and blockchain startups on growth strategy and capital raising and consulted business leaders on culture change and transformation.
She graduated from University of Pennsylvania’s Management & Technology dual degree program with a Bachelor of Science in Economics from The Wharton School and Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Systems Engineering from the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) is the lead agency in driving the digital economy in Malaysia. Our role is to build a vibrant digital economy and ensure that Malaysia plays a leading part in the global digital revolution. We are passionate about digital technology and its potential to transform the future of our nation and the world.
MDEC’s implementations and efforts are centred on building awareness on digital economy, creating credible talents for the industry, and encouraging digital technology adoption among the people (rakyat) and businesses. MDEC is also the agency entrusted to nurture the growth of the technology industry in Malaysia including the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
On the global front, MDEC is responsible to ensure that Malaysia plays an integral part in digital revolution around the world, while attracting participation from global ICT companies to invest and develop cutting edge digital and creative solutions in the country.
Pegasus Tech Ventures is a global venture capital firm based in Silicon Valley, investing in exceptional emerging technology companies around the world. Pegasus offers a unique Venture Capital-as-a-Service (VCaaS) model for global corporations that wish to partner with cutting-edge technology startups. Leveraging its extensive global network, the firm vets investment opportunities for its corporate partners, manages the investments, and connects portfolio companies to its ecosystem of global corporate partners to accelerate growth. Pegasus is stage agnostic and invests into diverse domains, such as IT, Healthcare, Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Robotics, Big Data, Quantum Computing, FinTech, and other Next Generation Technologies.
Pegasus also founded and sponsors Startup World Cup, one of the biggest and richest startup competitions in the world. Startup World Cup extends to over 50 countries across six continents, with a Grand Finale in Silicon Valley featuring a $1 Million investment prize.
Sam Canavan is the Regional Director of APAC at ClassPass, overseeing Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Mainland China, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines. After a stint in the Australian Army, Sam received a degree in marketing and communications and worked as a journalist and marketer in fitness, wellness, and professional sport - including several years with Australia's largest sport, the Australian Football League (AFL). After time agency-side working across brands such as Toyota, Google, and Amazon, Sam combined his love of wellness and technology and helmed the ANZ arm of French sport tech business 'Sport Heroes,' rising to be Managing Director as the start-up raised millions in Series B funding from France's biggest sporting retailer, Decathlon. After two years at Sport Heroes Sam joined ClassPass in late 2018, fresh off their Series D funding round, amidst aggressive worldwide expansion -especially in Asia and Europe. Sam originally oversaw ANZ, before stepping up to lead the entire APAC region in June last year. Sam splits his time between Singapore and Sydney, and he's currently based on Bondi beach, where he's still never learned to surf properly!
ClassPass, founded in 2013 in New York is the world's biggest fitness subscription - an app and website that acts as a global passport to access more than 33,000 fitness, wellness, and beauty venues, in 30 countries and 2500 cities. Users sign up for ClassPass and use its in-app currency - called ClassPass credits - to book everything from yoga in New York, to Pilates in Perth, to boxing or cycling or gym time in Kuala Lumpur to axe throwing in Bangkok, to a sauna and spa experience in Singapore. ClassPass credits work seamlessly wherever you are in the world - one simply opens their app, selects the activity near them they'd like to book, and pays with ClassPass credits - no matter the local currency. ClassPass became the decade's first Unicorn in January 2020, raising a $285m Series E to take its valuation above US$1B, and total funding to $549M.
Dan recently joined HSBC as Regional Head of Strategic Growth, CMB in ASP, responsible for growth initiatives including the bank's multi-year SBO investment programme in the region, BRI and ASEAN.
He joined from Barclays, where he spent 23 years most recently as Head of Transaction Banking. He previously held senior roles in coverage, credit and product businesses.
Dan has an MBA from the University of Chicago and read maths at the University of Oxford.
Nicko Widjaja is the CEO of BRI Ventures, a venture arm of Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BBRI), the country’s largest bank by assets.
An early tech investment pioneer, he has a career spans over 15 years in venture capital, corporate transformation, and startup ecosystem. He was formerly the CEO of MDI Ventures, a Telkom Indonesia backed venture capital, with investment in over 10 countries. Under his leadership, MDI Ventures become one of the most profitable venture capital firms in the region with two international IPOs (ASX and TSE) and six trade exits in just four years since inception.
Prior to MDI Ventures, he launched one of the first Indonesia venture funds in 2010 called Systec Ventures. He joined Telkom Indonesia’s Indigo Creative Nation as Managing Director before he co-wrote the investment thesis for MDI Ventures in 2014. He also works closely with various state-owned, advising on digital transformation initiatives across different sectors and industries.
His vast experience was complemented by his role at Indofood, the largest FMCG company in Indonesia, where he took on corporate transformation and organizational change. His exposure to startup ecosystem was provided by his beginner’s years in Silicon Valley (1999 - 2003) where he worked at multiple early stage startups.
He is also an adjunct professor at UPH Business School since 2010, where he is involved in the design of entrepreneurship and venture capital curriculum.
Throughout his career, he’s invested in more than 100 startups globally.
Marc Woo is the new Country Head of Google Malaysia and oversees Google’s sales and business development operations in Malaysia, determining the business strategy for its local offices as well as partnerships for Google’s products. A Google veteran of seven and a half years, he was among the very first Malaysia hires for Google when it began operations here in January 2011.
Marc has been the Industry Head for the e-commerce, travel and financial services business for Google in Malaysia for the past several years. His previous experiences before joining Google included building a digital agency in Singapore, technology consulting in London and designing websites for the World Cyber Games.
Marc graduated with first class honors in Actuarial Science from the London School of Economics, and obtained full distinctions at Raffles Junior College in Singapore under the ASEAN scholarship program. For leisure, he enjoys exploring new culinary experiences and spends half a day a week on the golf courses of Klang Valley. He is married with one child.
Google's mission is to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful. Through products and platforms like Search, Maps, Gmail, Android, Google Play, Chrome, and YouTube, Google plays a meaningful role in the daily lives of billions of people and has become one of the most widely-known companies in the world.
It’s really the people that make Google the kind of company it is. Every day, teams bring their insight, imagination, and a healthy disregard for the impossible, believing in the ability of technology to change the world as they create opportunities for everyone - whether down the street or across the globe.
Belinda Chiu is a Business Development Manager, Listings at the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in Sydney. She is responsible for the development of ASX’s domestic and international listings business. Joining ASX in early 2012 as a Listings Compliance Adviser, Belinda worked closely with international companies seeking an ASX IPO as well as post-listing compliance matters. Prior to her Business Development role, Belinda was a senior listings adviser to ASX technology companies. Belinda holds a Bachelor of Business from the University of Technology, Sydney.
ASX - a powerful platform for growth and global exposure.
For tech innovators needing capital to grow their business, ASX is the leading public market in the Asia Pacific, with a successful track record of supporting companies with attractive potential, offering a powerful platform from which to grow and achieve global exposure.
ASX provides a full suite of services, including listings, trading, clearing and settlement across a comprehensive range of asset classes.
ASX is a world leader in raising capital, consistently ranked in the top 10 globally. And it’s at forefront of technology itself, being among the first to embrace distributed ledger technology to enhance its post-trade services.
With access to the world’s fourth largest pool of pension assets and a sophisticated investor base, more than 2,200 companies across various sectors and geographies, already enjoy the benefits of listing with ASX.
Having started his career in investment banking, Tiger early on developed an appreciation of the awesome power of financial and technological leverage in driving profound change into operationally intense industries such as logistics and e-commerce.
Tiger is a veteran of massive platform launches into new markets. For instance, he helped launch Rocket and Lazada operations into Thailand and Vietnam. Later, he built out Uber in Western China. At one point, the provincial capital Chengdu was in fact Uber’s busiest urban market globally.
After five years leading Uber's operations in Western China and later, Indonesia, Tiger co-founded Kargo Technologies in late 2018 to tackle inefficiencies in the trucking space in Indonesia. The business - self-described as Uber for logistics - provides a platform for companies to find truckers or other transportation providers online to move their products via the app. Tiger is now the CEO of the company.
Firas Alsuwaigh is the Chief Strategy Officer at Ninja Van where he leads the Regional Strategy Department’s development on new products, provides strategic insights on how to identify potential business opportunities and frames clear strategic initiatives across Southeast Asia.
With strong entrepreneurial passion and inter-departmental collaboration skills, Firas works closely with the CEO and senior executives to devise effective short and long term plans for the company.
As a critical thinker, Firas also analyses product line performance closely, monitors changes within the logistics industry and helps define the implications for the company. The department takes a long-term view of Southeast Asia and explores additional use cases for Ninja Van's network to see if they have the potential for viable growth to fit into the company’s larger business units.
Firas was previously the Country Head of Singapore and Ninja Xpress Indonesia where he helped position Ninja Van as the leading technology-based logistics provider in both countries. During his undergraduate law degree days with NUS, he joined a group of friends to start men’s custom fashion retailer Marcella. Upon graduation, he spent a brief period working at a law firm before heeding the call of entrepreneurship.
Eric Cheng co-founded Carsome, Southeast Asia’s largest online used car trading platform in 2015. With his combined knowledge in accountancy, business development, digital marketing and strategy, he leads the overall strategic direction of the business across multiple verticals and expansion strategies. Carsome has since expanded from Malaysia into Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore, and currently transacts more than 40,000 cars annually totalling more than US$600 million in transacted value. Eric was previously an Account Director of Digital Media at Innity.
Carsome is Southeast Asia’s largest online used car trading platform with presence in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore. It aims to digitalize the region’s used car industry by reshaping and elevating the car buying and selling experience. Carsome provides end-to-end solutions to consumers and used car dealers, from car inspection, ownership transfer to financing, promising a service that is trusted, convenient and fast. Carsome currently transacts more than 40,000 cars annually totalling more than US$600 million in transacted value. For more information, please visit www.carsome.com.
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Abhishek Chatterjee is the Founder & CEO of Tookitaki, a global regtech company disrupting the regulatory landscape with advanced machine learning solutions in AML compliance and reconciliation. He is a visionary, thought leader and an innovator in the rapidly evolving compliance space and is focused to eradicate human suffering and promote safe, sustainable societies through technology sophistication. He holds a master’s degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of Southern California and has worked in companies like DoubleClick (Google) and JP Morgan.
With 15 years of rich experience in big data and investment banking, Abhishek holds multiple patents in machine learning techniques and has been a true inspiration to fight money laundering and help financial institutions implement advanced technologies and decode dirty money.
Tookitaki is a global regulatory technology company providing an ecosystem of AI-based smart solutions that create sustainable compliance programs for the financial services industry. It offers the most advanced, machine learning-powered, end-to-end AML/CFT analytics platform, the Anti-Money Laundering Suite (AMLS), to detect, investigate and report financial crime. AMLS leverages an automated model management platform for faster implementation and a growing library of money laundering patterns, called Typology Repository, for complex case detection. The solution also has smart modules dedicated to Screening and Customer Risk Scoring. Tookitaki also provides an AI-based reconciliation analytics system enabling automated matching and automated exceptions management.
The uniqueness and robustness of our innovation in the field of compliance-based machine learning have been acknowledged worldwide. In October 2020, we won the G20TechSprint competition in the monitoring and surveillance category. We were selected as a Technology Pioneer (2019 cohort) by the World Economic Forum, recognizing our ability to shape the AML industry and the region in new and exciting ways. Tookitaki celebrates a culture of grit, innovation, and empathy, as we grew from an initial 5-member team to a 65-member strong global team with offices in Singapore, India and the US in the last 5 years.
Ms. Vu Van is a female entrepreneur and the Co-founder & CEO of Silicon Valley-based ELSA, the world’s best and smartest English pronunciation app. She worked with leading speech scientists, machine learning scientists, and linguists from around the world to create ELSA. Powered by the company’s proprietary AI and speech recognition technology, ELSA scores a learners' speech to pinpoint individual syllable and phoneme level mistakes with real time feedback.
Prior to founding ELSA, Vu lived and worked in Vietnam, Singapore, Denmark where she experienced the challenges of an English language learner abroad. She served as an Engagement Manager at Booz & Co, one of the top four global management consulting firms. Vu earned an MBA and a Masters in Education from Stanford University and is originally from Vietnam.
Recognised as a global leader in online marketplaces, Shaun is the CEO and Founder of ASX listed ‘Frontier Digital Ventures’ (ASX:FDV) a company focused on investing in online marketplaces in emerging markets across the globe. FDV currently has 15 investments covering 20 countries and a market of over A$500 million.
Prior to launching FDV, Shaun was the CEO of ASX listed company ‘iProperty Group’ operator of Asia’s #1 network of property portals. During his five year tenure (2014-2009), Shaun spearheaded the transformation of iProperty Group from a small online business with a market capitalization of US$15 million into the largest listed Internet company in ASEAN with a market capitalisation of US$600 million. Under Shaun’s leadership, iProperty Group achieved revenue growth of 500 per cent, achieved profitability, with the share price increasing by 4000 per cent.
Prior to this, Shaun spent eight years as General Manager at Australia-based REA Group, a global leader and publisher of 20 real estate websites in 12 countries. As General Manager of the core Australian business ‘realestate.com.au’, Shaun grew the business alongside a team of eight people with revenue of AU$5million into a company with more than 300 staff and revenues exceeding AU$150 million.
East Ventures is an early stage venture fund focused on Southeast Asia and Japan. Over several years, East Ventures has invested in hundreds of companies in Indonesia, Singapore, Japan, Malaysia, and Thailand. The majority of East Ventures’ portfolio firms have been able to raise follow-on financing rounds.
East Ventures has a strong track record in developing pan-Asia tech-ecosystems and backing startups in their early days. The company has invested in over 400 startups and 4 among them are the unicorns. Success cases include companies such as Tokopedia, Traveloka, Mercari, Warung Pintar, Fore Coffee, Disdus (acquired by Groupon), Kudo (acquired by Grab), Loket (acquired by Gojek), Tech in Asia, Omise, IDN Media, Ruangguru, MokaPOS, ShopBack, and CoHive.
Paul Whiteway is Senior Director, APAC at Skyscanner. Based in the regional headquarters in Singapore, he is responsible for helping lead the company’s growth across APAC, he also heads up the Japan business based in Tokyo.
Paul has been working with Internet companies since the industry’s formation and is experienced at scaling businesses in both start-up and corporate environments. He was previously General Manager of the Internet Advertising Division for Yellow Pages Australia, VP for a telecommunications start-up in New York City and Business Manager for MSN in London. He has been working in Asia since 2007 where, amongst other roles, he held senior roles at Yahoo!, leading product, editorial and engineering teams across the region and was Chief Operating Officer for iProperty, based in Malaysia up till his appointment at Skyscanner in 2013. Paul is also an Entrepreneur in Residence at INSEAD Singapore where he provides coaching and advice to students interested in entrepreneurship.
Ed Clarke is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Yojee, a fast growing logistics technology company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: YOJ). Ed is an experienced technology entrepreneur with extensive experience in taking innovative technology platforms to market in areas such as real-time communication, big data marketing and e-commerce. As Vice President of Sales at Temasys, Ed was part of a team that IBM recognized as one of the “Top-5 global start-ups to watch in 2014”.
Prior to this, Ed was Vice President of Sales and Marketing with Silicon Valley and Asia venture capitalist-backed big data e-commerce marketing technology platform, Ematic Solutions, which now has more than 100 of South East Asia’s leading e-commerce retailers on its technology platform.
Ed has been featured and provided keynotes around the world including on the Executive Series in Australia, Tech in Asia magazine, Prime Mover, Proactive Investors Australia, Post And Parcel magazine and numerous logistics and technology related media.
Yojee, is helping supply chain logistics companies solve their biggest challenges through the application of innovative technology. Its cloud-based (SaaS) logistics Platform seamlessly and uniquely manages, tracks and optimises freight movements along the entire logistics chain, from sender to end customer, across borders and between logistics providers (land, sea, air), with subcontractors and for multi-leg journeys.
Rarely is a single carrier servicing an entire goods journey from sender to end customer, or exclusively using one type of transportation method. Yojee ensures connectivity and more efficient planning along the entire journey by managing, tracking and auditing goods movements and, undertaking route and schedule optimisation. Yojee is scaling and already has global top 10 enterprise customers.
Southeast Asia has a vibrant, young and tech-savvy population, and the potential for us to become the Silicon Valley of Asia is immense! At Wild Digital, we aim to highlight the startups that are a part of our ecosystem, and provide them with the opportunity to present their billion-dollar ideas in front of leading investors, mentors, senior executives and media during our conference.
We have partnered exclusively with Startup World Cup to organise Startup Disruptor Arena — a highly-anticipated live pitching session where we've seen some of the region's most innovative startups battle it out.
Apply now to gain 2 x complimentary tickets to Wild Digital SEA 2020 this November, and stand a chance to win a USD1million investment fund!
To make our online conference experience even better for our attendees, we have launched an ALL NEW #STARTUPSHOWCASE initiative as a bonus feature for participating startups!
For the first time, startups may apply for complimentary virtual booths to highlight their product directly to the leading investors, mentors, senior executives and media that will be in attendance.
This initiative is available under our Startup Promo package and terms and conditions apply. Purchase the package at USD500, and we will give your team 3 General Admission tickets to the conference and your startup the chance to apply for a complimentary virtual booth.
Why Southeast Asia? Why is this amazing region so interesting? Why now? Where are the next 20 billion-dollar unicorns coming from?
Nick Nash | Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Asia Partners
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