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Mikhael Geary Undarsa is armed with both IT skills and business administration experience. He graduated in 2007 with a bachelor’s in Computer Science and Business Administration from Simon Fraser University in Canada.He then worked as a business analyst at HSBC Canada for almost a year before moving on to join IBM Canada as an IT specialist. After three years working on web-based commerce projects, Mikhael returned to Indonesia to join PT Phase Solusindo  and He left PT Phase to become’s Chief Communication Officer.

Graduate of York University, Canada. Has four years of management experience at traditional Chinese massage shops.

Cleosent Randing began his entrepreneurship journey after his graduation from Simon Fraser University in Canada. He read degrees in Business Administration and Economics in 2009.Besides Valuklik and Pinnacle, Cleosent also owns and runs two other ventures. He is a director of NuGlobe Solutions, a call center outsourcing company that he founded in 2010. He is also operating an e-commerce website for insurance products named that he recently set up in October 2015.Since April 2016, Cleosent has been an active member and director of the Indonesia Canada Chamber of Commerce (ICCC).  He is also a director of the Canadian Alumni in Indonesia (Calindo).

Entrepreneur First is a global entrepreneur incubator program and early-startup investor. The incubator is an intensive six-month program for founders and aspiring entrepreneurs to help them develop ideas that can go into building their own companies. The program is held in six cities around the world: Bangalore; Berlin, London, Paris, Singapore and Toronto (Canada).Participants do not need to have a startup or a specific business idea to participate, and those who have established their own companies can seek partners or co-founders at the program. Roughly 40-50% of the cohort reach the “Launch” phase, where the participants have established their own companies and received investments from Entrepreneur First and potentially other VCs. Entrepreneur First can invest in a startup built by program participants in exchange for 10% equity. The exact amount invested varies: £80,000 for the European programs; S$75,000 for the Singapore and Bangalore programs; and C$100,000 for the Canada program.

The biotech will expand its popular range of organic and probiotic treats for dogs and cats with cell-based pet food, planned for launch in 2022.

Social enterprise aims to help more coastal communities in Africa and Asia become micro-entrepreneurs, supplying blockchain-traceable “social plastic” for recycling to global brands.  

Bristol Myers Squibb or BMS is one of the world’s largest biopharmaceutical companies developing medicines in oncology, hematology, immunology and cardiovascular disease. It invests directly and via VC funds, including Life Sciences Partners (LSP) and BioGeneration Ventures, as LP. BMS is headquartered in New York and has 10 offices and facilities within the US and 13 in overseas locations, namely, Puerto Rico, Canada, France, Belgium, the UK, Ireland, Germany, Japan and China. 

Established in Shanghai in 1992, Greenland Holding Group, also known as Greenland Group, is a state-owned real estate developer. It manages projects in over 100 cities in nine countries, including the US, Australia, Canada, the UK, Germany, Japan, South Korea and Malaysia. It holds assets worth nearly $120bn, and has ranked among Fortune Global 500 for nine consecutive years. The company went public in Shanghai in 2015. Beyond real estate, Greenland has diversified its portfolio by expanding into related sectors, such as retail and transportation.

Eddy Hartanto is a software engineer and co-founder of, a crypto investment platform with robo-trading features. He graduated in computer engineering at the University of British Columbia, Canada. He also has a master's in Computer Science from Stanford University, USA.Prior to establishing, he worked as a software engineer for Rearden Commerce (now Deem Inc) from 2007 to 2011. He also has experience in developing candlestick trading data analysis.

Founded by Zhang Guiping, brother of Suning Commerce Group Chairman Zhang Jindong. The Zhang brothers co-founded Suning in 1987 and divided the business in 1999 into Suning Universal, listed as one of the top 20 real estate companies in China, and Suning Commerce, one of the largest appliance retailers in China. The investment conducted by Suning Universal in China mainly focuses on culture and entertainment industry. Suning Universal is expanding to the US, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada, Australia, France and South Korea, seeking investment opportunities in real estate, entertainment, healthcare, and culture industries.

University of British Columbia alumna Clarissa Leung had worked as a software engineer at ATR Humanoid Robotics Computational Neuroscience, Panasonic and Barclays Investment bank before dipping her toes into the entrepreneurial world in Canada. After her MBA at Queen’s University in Ontario, Clarissa moved to Indonesia in 2014 to join venture capital fund AccelerAsia as managing director. However, she left a year later to become a co-founder of on-demand household services startup Seekmi and was appointed its CEO in 2016.

Bruno Berchielli has a master’s in AI and digital technology management from the University of Bologna. He also completed a bachelor’s degree in business administration at Brazil’s Insper business school that included studying in Canada.In 2017, Berchielli and brother Leandro started testing the idea for the Blox edtech platform in São Paulo. After spending one year developing the curriculum management platform, Blox was officially launched in 2019. The AI specialist is also a member of São Paulo’s Entrepreneur Circle.

Computer engineer Wilson Yanaprasetya had acquired a range of software work experience at MDA, Radical Entertainment and Teradici, before graduating at the University of British Columbia in 2007. He worked at TELUS as a business analyst in Canada but left after almost five years to join a private equity firm Northstar Group in Indonesia. He left Northstar in 2016 to become a co-founder and COO of Qerja, a platform offering market data about companies, job pay scales and other career trends for professional roles.

A self-taught cybersecurity enthusiast, Wenas Agusetiawan was able to hack into various Indonesian and Singaporean networks at a young age. Luckily, he was 16 and escaped with only a penalty fine whilst living with his family in Singapore. He left to study in Australia and eventually became an IT professional. Wenas graduated in 2008 with a bachelor’s in Computer Science from the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Canada. He founded software developer PhaseDev, gaming platform Bouncity and e-book distributor WayangForce. In 2011, he co-founded but stepped down as CEO after the acquisition by Blibli in 2017.

Will Hetzler graduated from Harvard in 2009 as an economist. He worked as a consultant for Oliver Wyman for over three years, advising Fortune 500 aviation companies on engine maintenance, technical sourcing, supply chain and risk management.In 2014, he co-founded Zipline International in Silicon Valley to make drones to deliver critical medical supplies to remote parts of the world. He led the company’s work in Africa and established Zipline’s partnership with the Government of Rwanda. In 2018, he became the head of business development for the US and Canada.

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