Southeast Asia’s tech ecosystem stands at the dawn of a Golden Age of economic growth and innovation. We have a singular opportunity to reshape how we work and how we live.
This year, the Tech in Asia Conference will explore the tech opportunities presented by the new Golden Age. To adjust to our new reality, we will also be going virtual as we aim to bring you the most relevant insights into four areas:
Your time is precious, so you need to build relationships with those who matter. If you want to forge valuable connections, look no further than Tech in Asia Conference 2020 Virtual. For four days, you’ll have access to over 3,000 decision-makers, movers, and shakers. Just turn on your computer and webcam and you can start developing your network.
Joining exhibits could be costly for an early-stage startup. With Virtual Startup Factory, your investment is worth more than what it costs – the potential leads and business prospects you’ll get from being an exhibitor at Tech in Asia Conference 2020 Virtual will pay itself out in the long-term. And this year, you can showcase your startup from home and eliminate travel costs but still get more eyeballs.
With US$7.7 billion in funding for startups last year, Asia is an investment hotbed. Get your share of the pie through the online version of our Startup-Investor Speed Dating, which is designed to help you meet with potential investors from across the region.
Pitch your business at
How do you stand out from the crowd? One surefire way to do that is to pitch your startup in front of thousands of attendees, investors, and stakeholders. You’ll have to do it from home at this year’s Startup Arena Pitch Battle, but all eyes will still be on you . The winner will walk away with the grand prize as a bonus!
A glimpse into Southeast Asia’s golden age
All That Glitters: A Glimpse Into Southeast Asia’s Golden Age is a 46 pages report. In this report we attempt to gaze into the crystal ball and see what the next decade holds for us. We’ll be exploring the top verticals that we foresee will power economic growth in Southeast Asia, the difficulties that startups in the region will have to tackle, and how they can be overcome.
Why you shouldn’t miss this report?
Get insights into what lies ahead for Southeast Asia with the Tech in Asia Conference Report! By analyzing funding data over the last few years, examining trends and topics, and speaking to founders, venture capitalists, and business leaders in the region, we’ve painted this picture of how the golden age of Southeast Asia could unfold.
Whether you’re looking to build a business, seeking out investment opportunities, or just curious about what the future holds, this report explores the emerging opportunities and challenges facing the region, giving you a taste of what could await Southeast Asia’s tech and startup scene in the decade to come.
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