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Blitz Asia telah hadir di Podcast untuk menemani waktu luang Anda dengan obrolan hangat dan 'gokil' setiap akhir pekan. Di sini, kami menyuguhkan obrolan dari dunia entertainment, topik-topik santai dan informasi tangga lagu Tiongkok maupun Asia! Kami nantikan partisipasi Anda dalam Blitz Asia, acara infotainment seAsia!
 
Startup Snapshot is a Tech in Asia podcast that uncovers the raw emotions and roller-coaster journeys that startup founders face when trying to turn their innovative ideas into reality. Host Nathaniel Fetalvero talks to entrepreneurs and business leaders from across the region, discussing how the lessons they've picked up on their startup journey helped shape them into who they are today. Aside from Startup Snapshot, you can tune in to Deep Dive on the first Wednesday of each month, where Na ...
 
Asia has seen unprecedented growth over the last three decades and Australia has benefited from the demand for our resources however with strong growth in household wealth, there is increasing demand for a range of services which Australia is well positioned to deliver. The Aus-Asia Business Channel will provide SMEs with insights on how to position Australia’s world-class capabilities, providing practical information to help navigate these growth opportunities.
 
The Extreme Sailing Series is an international inshore racing circuit bringing together the best skippers on the planet - from Olympic medalists to round-the-world record holders - competing against each other in state of the art 40-foot catamarans. The crews, racing identical speed machines, battle it out on short courses set very close to the shore and at the heart of cities, in order to bring the action to the public, who sometimes stands less than 5 metres away from the boats! http://www ...
 
In Southeast Asia's fast-growing technology market, the next game-changing tech startups and the founders behind them are just a call away. Welcome to On Call with Insignia Ventures, where you can dial in calls we have with the region's innovators and investors, from Dianping.com's founder to Indonesia's emerging tech leaders. We talk about their amazing work, mental frameworks, and opportunities. Hosted by Insignia Ventures founding managing partner Yinglan Tan and senior content strategist ...
 
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In the last weeks of 2020, hundreds of retail investors were shocked when they discovered that Singapore-based investment platform CoAssets had disposed of over US$30 million of their investments to a virtually unknown debt recovery firm. Numerous affected parties have filed police reports against the company and former CEO Getty Goh, but many are …
 
2020 has been a year of greater awareness around health, and over the past year, we saw not only increased demand for online health services -- like mental health company Intellect, whose CEO we talked to the previous week -- but also insurance products as well. However, even with this interest in insurance products, buying insurance still remains …
 
To kick off another year of calls, we’re going to start by talking about a topic that has been getting increasing attention recently -- mental health. With people stuck at home and the stigma associated with availing of mental health care especially in Asia, apps and online platforms have emerged to serve as tools for people to better understand th…
 
From 2020, we have seen many inspiring stories of resilience have emerged in what has been an unprecedented year, and to close it off, we tell one such story from our portfolio. Despite the negative impact of COVID on lending and financing businesses in Indonesia, AwanTunai has been able to grow their loan book 2x, secure an OJK lending license and…
 
2020 has been an unimaginably challenging year for tech startups. Even with the digitalization opportunities opened up by the impact of COVID19, founders navigated uncharted territory when it came to managing remote teams, acquiring and retaining clients, and fundraising in the new normal. From their experiences many inspiring stories of resilience…
 
A recent report by PricewaterhouseCoopers found that India is currently the world’s fastest-growing market for video streaming, and it’s set to become the sixth largest by 2024. With over 40 over-the-top streaming (OTT) players in the country vying for the attention of anyone with an internet connection, how’s the industry faring? On this episode o…
 
Joining us on call from Singapore is Ernest Chew, Chief Financial Officer (or Chief Future Officer, as he would consider it) at Carro Group, the largest and leading automobile marketplace in Southeast Asia. Ernest is the first CFO on our show, and he shares his journey from HSBC exec to tech company CFO, a rundown of the biggest financial developme…
 
We've shared the stories of many founders and companies that thrived on having local DNA. In this episode, we flip the script and hear from a Singaporean who went on the ground in Indonesia to tap into the market's social commerce opportunity. Albert Ho, Chief Strategy Officer at RateS, the cross-border social commerce platform enabling Indonesians…
 
To mark 30 episodes of On Call with Insignia, we're prepared this special edition featuring the best insights from our past conversations with fintech founders on what it takes to scale a fintech in Southeast Asia. From MSME financing to wealth management to digital banking, get a preview into different business models and strategies for growth. In…
 
In recent years, Big Tech has drawn the ire of regulators across the globe. And given the current state of the world, some governments have been raising taxes on tech giants to bolster their own economies. But as several countries in Southeast Asia begin imposing stricter regulations, will smaller tech players get caught up in the attempt to keep t…
 
This episode is part two of our conversation with Nathaniel Yim, co-founder and head of marketing at Janio Asia, leading Southeast Asia logistics technology platform. While in part one Nathan shared how Janio's content marketing strategy has contributed to commercial success for the company, this time he dishes out practical advice on handling spea…
 
In this episode, we're back with another two-part series with a marketing leader in our portfolio, this time from leading Southeast Asia logistics technology platform Janio Asia. Janio co-founder and Head of Marketing Nathaniel Yim shares in this first part the origins of the Janio brand and how they leveraged on thought leadership and content stra…
 
Vietnam is one of Southeast Asia's fastest-growing economies. And this year in spite of the current economic situation, it has become the only Asian economy apart from China set to see GDP growth this year. But for small to medium investors investing in this economic growth can be quite difficult and expensive, especially for younger millennial con…
 
We’ve seen how many first wave Southeast Asian founders worked at unicorns and big tech companies in the US or China before returning to start their own. More recently we’re seeing alumni of Southeast Asian unicorns and tech companies found their own startups to solve more problems at scale. And today, we went on call with founders who have done ju…
 
Cash remains supreme in Vietnam, which means that there’s plenty of opportunities for a fintech player to conquer the market and become the digital payment provider to the country’s 97 million people. At the moment, several e-wallet operators are battling to win the hearts and wallets of Vietnam. Who will come out on top? On this episode of Deep Di…
 
In this episode, to help us better understand what it takes to build a neobank in Southeast Asia, we called Andrea Baronchelli, CEO and co-founder of Aspire (Y Combinator Winter Cohort 2018). We talked about how Aspire is becoming the banking platform of choice for SMEs in the region, from the pain points and risks of the neobanking trajectory to f…
 
We're bringing you into the world of smart cities, and to guide us on our journey we had to call Anthony Chow, CEO and co-founder smart access solutions company igloohome. Fresh from igloohome's fifth year anniversary and first virtual iglooCon, Anthony and Yinglan take a trip down memory lane, from the competition where they first met pre-igloohom…
 
Remote work has rapidly transformed from optionality into reality for tech companies around the globe. COVID19 aside, the wheels for remote work adoption have been turning for a while now. More tools are available to facilitate remote work, and there's an increasing preference to explore remote work or work-from-home arrangements among millennials …
 
Tucked away between Myanmar and Nepal, and lying along the eastern border of India, is the little-known country of Bangladesh. Due to an unfortunate string of natural disasters, acts of extremism, and negative press coverage some 30 to 40 years ago, most people might think that the country is a place with widespread poverty and poor infrastructure.…
 
We continue our conversation with Manisha Seewal, Group CMO of Carro and CEO of Jualo (acquired by Carro in 2019). After tracing her journey from corporate to startup and understanding her marketing philosophy in the first episode, we now talked about the future -- the future of marketing amidst changing consumer behavior, the future of marketing t…
 
For our first episode of On Call with Insignia Season 2, we had a chat with Manisha Seewal, Group Chief Marketing Officer of CARRO, Southeast Asia's leading car marketplace. Our call was quite jampacked so we split it into two episodes -- this first one covers her journey from corporate to tech startup, her philosophy when it comes to leveraging te…
 
According to analysts, the cannabis industry in Asia alone could be worth US$12.5 billion in 2024. While this estimate has spawned a number of startups hungry for a share of the potential pie, does it mean the region is in for a “green gold rush”? That depends on several factors, including whether a lot more countries will follow Thailand’s lead in…
 
YouTube in Indonesia now offers GoPay as a payment option, Sequoia India appointed ex-Gojek tech chief Ajey Gore as an operating partner, and Trump banned dealings with the parent companies of TikTok and WeChat. You can hear the details on all this news and more on this week’s episode of The Weekly Snapshot. More information on today's episode here…
 
20 calls. 20 guests. 20 conversations. To recap the past twenty episodes, we put together a playlist of the best advice from the twenty technology leaders, investors, and founders we had on call. Stay on the line and connected with us as we gear up for season two with more conversations with Southeast Asia's founders and technology startup leaders!…
 
CTrip is reportedly planning to delist from Nasdaq, Uber’s Asia-Pacific operations are staying headquartered in Singapore while it works things out with Hong Kong, and Oyo founder Ritesh Agarwal has set up a new venture capital firm. You can hear the details on all this news and more on this week’s episode of The Weekly Snapshot. More information o…
 
In our 20th episode and season finale, we called the inspirational and unstoppable Hendra Kwik, CEO and co-founder of Indonesian fintech company Payfazz. Fresh off their Series B round led by B Capital and Insignia Ventures Partners, and as the company closes in on profitability, Hendra shares his story, from growing up in rural Indonesia to buildi…
 
Gojek appointed a new group chief technology officer, Indonesian fashion ecommerce startup Sorabel is set to close down after the Covid-19 pandemic wiped out its cash, and Ant Group has started the process of doing a concurrent IPO on the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s Star Market and the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong. Hear the details on all these storie…
 
For this episode, we rang up our good friend Phil Opumuratawongse, CEO and co-founder of Shipper. Yinglan and Phil talk about Phil's journey from venture capital in Silicon Valley to becoming CEO of an Indonesian startup, the state of Indonesia's e-commerce logistics market and where it's headed, and how a bottom-up culture enabled them to grow 4-5…
 
Jio Platforms is in the news again, bagging investments from Qualcomm and Google, Wavemaker Partners closes its third Southeast Asia fund at US$111 million, and SoftBank’s share prices are on the rise. Hear the details on all these stories and more on this week’s episode of The Weekly Snapshot. More information on today's episode here: https://www.…
 
In today's episode we talk to our favourite serial fintech entrepreneur, Greg Krasnov, CEO and founder of tonik. He shares insights from his storied career setting up a leading digital bank in Europe and multiple fintech ventures in Asia, illustrates the opportunity and obstacles for digital banking in Southeast Asia, and explains his approach to b…
 
ByteDance’s short-video app TikTok hogged the headlines last week with its plan to exit Hong Kong. According to the company, it’s also considering changing TikTok’s corporate structure due to increased scrutiny from India and the US over security concerns. In other news, Sequoia Capital India announced two new funds worth a total of US$13.5 billion…
 
Where we see crises, that's where we see true leaders emerge. In this episode, we ring up one such leader -- Steven Wongsoredjo, CEO and co-founder of Indonesian social commerce platform Super. Yinglan and Steven chat about social commerce paving the road for e-commerce in Indonesia's rural economy, a unique supply chain approach that sets Super ap…
 
Luckin Coffee confirmed US$300 million in fabricated revenue, ecommerce startup Leflair’s CEO was summoned by the Ho Chi Minh City police, and Pinduoduo and Grab saw some movement in their leadership teams. Hear the details on all these stories and more on this week’s episode of The Weekly Snapshot. More information on today's episode here: https:/…
 
At the end of 2019, Meituan-Dianping recorded close to US$400 million in net profits, with more than half of the company’s revenue coming from food delivery. Seeing as the online food delivery industry is notoriously a loss-making business, this came as quite a surprise. How did Meituan-Dianping succeed, when other players like US counterparts Uber…
 
We catch up with one of our favourite technical, product-centric founders, Rafi Putra Arriyan (or Ari), CEO and co-founder of interbank transfer platform Flip. In 2015, Ari and his college friends tackled the long-standing issue of high interbank transfer fees in Indonesia. With Ari's product-focus and technical expertise they have since grown the …
 
There’s been a lot of movement in the startup scene. Bukalapak co-founder and president director Fajrin Rasyid has left his role to join local telecommunications firm Telkom Indonesia as its digital director. Lazada Indonesia CEO Chun Li is poised to take over as group chief executive at the ecommerce firm after Pierre Poignant stepped down just a …
 
"The beauty of B2B is that it is in such an infancy stage, where the future technology is actually first being implemented on the consumer front." About the episode Many founders become founders because of the pain points they experience firsthand. Logan Tan is no different. His experience as head of procurement for a construction firm drove him to…
 
Last week can be described as a rollercoaster ride, as Asia’s tech community went through several ups and downs. Grab and One Championship announced layoffs early in the week, with affected personnel numbering in the hundreds. On the flip side, Disney+ posted a bunch of job openings in Singapore and Indonesia, while Jio Platforms made headlines wit…
 
On the heels of investment platform Ajaib becoming the first digital brokerage in Indonesia, CEO and co-founder Anderson Sumarli goes on a call with Insignia Ventures' Samir Chaibi to share: the opportunities for capital markets in Indonesia, vis-a-vis markets like India and Brazil where Zerodha and XP have emerged Ajaib's approach to building an a…
 
"At the end of the day, an edtech startup should put education first." About the episode Edtech platforms are seeing greater adoption across a world under lockdown as schools, teachers, and students. Rousyan Fikri, CEO and co-founder of Indonesian edtech Pahamify, shares what this shift to online platforms has been like in Indonesia, trends on wher…
 
Cloud kitchens have become increasingly prominent in the past couple of years, with players like Grab, Foodpanda, and Deliveroo setting up their own operations. The vertical is a gamechanger for the food ecosystem, with food delivery platforms emerging as the big winners because they stand to see their order numbers grow. But it’s a different story…
 
"It’s very important that you shouldn’t be putting your eggs into one basket...It’s very important [to] diversify your source of manufacturing, but more importantly work with a strong, robust, flexible logistics provider, such as Janio..." - Ali Madihid, COO & co-founder of Janio Asia" About the episode In the second part of our series on cross-bor…
 
"Airfreight for the foreseeable future is going to be more expensive, and we should look at that as the new norm...we have to look at the more multimodal solutions, sea freight, and speeding up the different supply routes across Southeast Asia." About the episode In the first of a two-part series on cross-border logistics in Southeast Asia, supply …
 
Chinese mobile payment app Alipay recently incorporated the features of several apps from Alibaba’s ecosystem to expand its lifestyle service offerings. This move was prompted by the escalating competition with fellow super apps WeChat and Meituan-Dianping, whose recent forays into fintech signal that they also want a share of China’s payments pie.…
 
"The most enduring companies are able to essentially create a reservoir for their users..." About the episode For our tenth episode this season, we go back to the first we recorded for our podcast with our founding managing partner Yinglan Tan. His pursuit of the unstoppable founder has led him to where he is today: at the helm of an early-stage te…
 
When Malaysia, one of Singapore’s top sources for food products, announced a nationwide lockdown in early March, Singaporeans went on panic-buying sprees, cleaning out grocery store shelves because they feared the country’s supplies would soon run out. In response to the situation, players in the agritech scene have ramped up production to make Sin…
 
Farm-to-table, while offering a more convenient and economic solution for farmers and consumers, takes a lot more than cutting off middlemen. Sayurbox CEO and Founder Amanda Susanti breaks down how they've grown a farm-to-table platform in Indonesia. This call was recorded 9 March, 2020. Timestamps 00:35 Introduction of Amanda; 01:41 How Amanda tra…
 
"[Supply chain diversification] is going to impact positively on the logistics sector of Vietnam over the next couple of years and in the long-term." About the episode It was 2017. A former Goldman Sachs tech analyst in the UK had returned to her family business in Vietnam when she decided to start her own venture. Three years later she is at the h…
 
"Whoever survives will become great, but you need to survive." - Zhang Tao, Dianping.com Founder and CEO About this episode Many talk about the “new normal” in the wake of COVID19, but what is this new normal for innovation and technology startups? How can founders in Southeast Asia truly embrace this, avoid getting left behind, and come out of thi…
 
"There is incredible opportunity in a lot of different industries, particularly traditional industries that may need to be digitized, and might have a new way of selling." - Chih Cheung, co-founder and co-chairman of JAMM Active Limited About this episode Many talk about the “new normal” in the wake of COVID19, but what is this new normal for innov…
 
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