Upon finishing his education from Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California, Aaron Nio started his career as a management consultant at Accenture. After being part of various strategy projects for a few Fortune 500 companies, he decided to pursue his passion for entrepreneurship. He was brought on to replace a co-founder at Setipe.com, leading their Business Intelligence and Finance divisions. Over the course of the next 2 years there, he led efforts in closing a seed round from a renowned regional VC before helping Setipe.com get acquired by Lunch Actually Group. He then spent the next 2 years helping Lunch Actually Group in Product and Tech, before moving to GK-Plug and Play Indonesia as the Accelerator Director in July 2019, supporting President Jokowi’s initiative to make Indonesia the leader of SEA digital economy.
This is a panel session and will discuss
- How to plan an end-game for the business? Please share the thinking process and who need to be involved?
- What are the financial conditions that important to watch out for? And how much it affects the end-game strategy?
- Discuss several options for end-game scenario (including Exits or the other strategic decisions)