NBAS and Nordcham Indonesia warmly welcome you to join a conversation on the booming tech-scene in the region. We have invited The Ken Journalist Nadine Freischlad and venture capitalist and entrepreneur Will Klippgen to share their expertise.
With the recent Gojek-Tokopedia merger as a backdrop, our experts will discuss topics like:
- Top trends for the tech scene in 2021
- Access to tech and management talent
- How players like Tokopedia can remain competitive with the likes of SEA and Lazada
- If the future belongs to huge conglomerates doing both ride hailing, logistics and ecommerce, or if we should be expect a future where more specialisation emerges
- If the Gojek-Tokopedia merger is good for Gojek, or if they rather should have built their own marketplace
- How Grab is holding up in the contest
Date: 8 June
Time: 3:30 – 4:30 PM (SGT) or 2:30 – 3:30 PM (WITA, Indonesia)
Price: $0 for NBAS members, $25 for non-members
The event is hosted and streamed online. To access the NBAS member discount code, click here.
Nadine Freischlad, Journalist in The Ken Southeast Asia
Nadine is one of the top journalists covering the booming tech sector in Indonesia. She likes stories that capture the impact of digital transformation in Indonesia, with a special fondness for “clicks and bricks” businesses and platform economics. Previous stints with Tech In Asia, KrASIA, bylines in VICE, SCMP and CNN.
William Klippgen, Managing Partner, Cocoon Capital
Set-up alongside Michael Blakey in 2016, Cocoon adopts a hands-on, founder-first approach to early-stage investing. Since becoming an angel investor in 2004, Will has invested in more than 24 companies, including PropertyGuru, Tickled Media and ReferralCandy.