Top Asean tech leaders to speak at Wild Digital event


Catcha Group CEO and co-founder Patrick Grove said:

KUALA LUMPUR: More than 90 CEOs, founders and leading voices from Asean's  burgeoning tech industry will be attending the Wild Digital Southeast Asia 2019 which will be held here on July 3 and 4.

The speakers at the conference, themed “Advancing SEA’s billion-dollar ideas” include Nick Nash, managing partner & co-founder, Asia Partners; Agung Bezharie, founder & CEO, Warung Pintar; Eric Gnock Fah, president, COO & co-founder of Klook; Khailee Ng, managing Partner, 500 Startups and Zoran Vasiljev, CEO, Apigate.

They include Srijay Ghosh, director, investment, Temasek Holdings; Aaron Tan, co-founder & CEO, Carro; Mike Orgill, Airbnb; Yao Jing, director of strategy, One Connect and Dipanjan Chaudhuri, Regional Lead, APAC, Waze.

The event, which is powered by Catcha Group, said these speakers combined have raised and/or invested a collective US$52.2bil in the region’s tech and digital scene.  Registration closes this Friday.

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, MP for Port Dickson and President of Malaysia’s Parti Keadilan Rakyat is also one of the speakers.

Catcha Group CEO and co-founder Patrick Grove said: “Southeast Asia has a booming, thriving startup scene and our impressive speaker line-up for this year’s Wild Digital Southeast Asia is proof that we are home to some of the fastest growing digital businesses in the world.

“I’m personally excited to bring these great tech leaders together on one platform, with the aim to create a massive networking opportunity and hopefully spark some bold, and disruptive interchange of ideas to leapfrog the industry.”
 
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