This will be the sixth edition of the region’s premier tech conference.
Southeast Asia’s premier tech conference Wild Digital 2020 will be starting its sixth edition on 3 November this year. The conference will also be held virtually for the very first time, allowing attendees from around the region to participate from wherever they are.
Powered by the Catcha Group, Wild Digital Southeast Asia (SEA) 2020 is set to be “the biggest virtual event in the region”. Some of the topics that attendees will get to hear discussed during the conference include the role of technology in the new normal, as well as its impact on various industries.
Right now, we are witnessing first-hand the effects of remote working, the boom of e-commerce platforms, the rise of telehealth and other tech-centric impacts on the collective community. We’re excited to bring these topics to the fore on our Main Stage.Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Catcha Group Patrick Grove
What to expect from Wild Digital SEA 2020
Over 180 speakers are slated to share their learnings throughout the four-day event. Some of the notable ones include:
- Chee Soon Ng, Managing Director of Carousell
- Sam Canavan, General Manager (APAC) of ClassPass
- Firas Alsuwaigh, Chief Strategy Officer of Ninja Van
- Karen Chan, Chief Executive Officer of airasia.com
- Eduard Fabian, Chief Technology Officer & Vice President of Razer
- Surina Shukri, Chief Executive Officer of MDEC
- Marc Woo, Country Manager (Malaysia) at Google
You may check out the full list of speakers here. Virtual networking lounges will also be set up during the conference for attendees to mingle and network with.
Attendees can look forward to the Startup Disruptor Arena as well, where SEA’s most innovative startups will ‘battle’ through live-pitching for a chance to compete at the Startup World Cup held in Silicon Valley next year. The winner will bring home a Grand Investment Prize of USD1 million (around RM4.1 million) for the development of their startup.
Participating startups are invited to participate in the Startup Showcase, where they are allowed to set up virtual booths to network and promote their products to attendees as well as the speakers who will be sharing in the conference. Interested participants can sign up to be part of the showcase here.
Tickets are still available
Those who are interested to join Wild Digital SEA 2020 can still do so by purchasing their tickets through their website.
General admission tickets start from USD500 (around RM2,073). There are also special packages for Women In Tech, Startups, and Enterprises that offer discounts of up to 60%. More information about this can be found on wilddigital.com.
TRP is a media partner of Wild Digital SEA 2020.
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