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Randy Jusuf
Managing Director
Google Indonesia
Randy Jusuf

Randy Jusuf joined Google in July 2018 and is presently the Managing Director of Google Indonesia. He has more than 20 years of experience in General Management, Strategy and Sales & Marketing in the United States and Asia­-Pacific. Prior to joining Google, Randy held leadership roles with Kimberly­-Clark, Textron, and McKinsey & Company and was a Board member of NTUC First Campus. At Kimberly-­Clark, he held a number of global, regional and in­market roles in North America and APAC, including MD of Taiwan, MD of ASEAN & HK, and VP & GM of Canada.

An alumnus of the Wharton School and the University of Wisconsin­-Madison, Randy grew up in Jakarta and went to school at SMP and SMA Kanisius. Having lived and worked extensively in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, United States, Canada, and Indonesia, he is relatively fluent in Bahasa Indonesia, English, and Mandarin.

SCHEDULE

11:45
-13:35
Luncheon Area A
Temasek x Google Private Luncheon
Luncheon Track

This is an exclusive private segment for invited participants only. Lunch will be provided for free.

You will hear from Randy Jusuf, Managing Director, Google Indonesia, Rohit Sipahimalani, Joint Head, Investment Group, Portfolio Strategy & Risk Group, Temasek and Florian Hoppe, Partner & Leader of Asia-Pacific Digital Practice, Bain & Company. They will share They will draw insights from the newly published e-Conomy SEA 2019 report and shed light on the future of tech in the region. Come prepared with questions!

It is a sharing session by the execs on tech sector trends in the region and future trends. And an opportunity to ask questions and network with our execs and Google, Temasek and Bain staff.

11:00
-11:20
Main Stage
e-Conomy SEA 2019 by Google, Temasek, Bain & Company
Into Asia Market Track

This is a keynote session and will be co-presented by Google & Temasek. The Internet economy in SEA reached a new record level in 2019. This growth is being powered by fundamental changes in consumer behavior. The mobile Internet is now an intrinsic part of the lives of Southeast Asians. This can be seen most clearly in the widespread usage of ride-hailing and e-commerce apps. Business opportunities in the tech sector abound. As the access to the mobile Internet grows beyond the metro areas, we see huge opportunities in tapping on consumers in smaller cities. There is also promising potential to expand digital financial services to more people. Despite global headwinds, the funding into the region continued to grow at a healthy pace. Investors indeed have good reason to be excited about the region.