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Resorts World is the hospitality-focused subsidiary of the Genting Group, a Malaysian diversified conglomerate with business interests in hospitality and leisure, plantations, property, and biotechnology. Resorts World operates luxury accommodations in various tourist destinations within Malaysia and abroad, such as Singapore, Las Vegas, and Birmingham.

Established in New York in 1979, Women's World Banking is a not-for-profit dedicated to financing initiatives for low-income women in developing nations. Its Capital Partners Fund is a private equity limited partnership that makes direct equity investments in women-focused financial institutions.To date, the fund has invested in 12 organizations, mostly banks offering micro-credits, in 10 developing nations. Investments for the first quarter of 2021 included participation in Colombian fintech Aflore’s $6.5m investment round and Kenyan insurtech Pula’s $2m Series A round.

The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is an international NGO operating across over 100 countries with projects initially focused on the protection of endangered species, which later expanded into other areas like the preservation of biological diversity, protection of natural resources, and the mitigation of climate change. It is considered the world's largest conservation organization, working with a network of different NGOs, governments, scientists, companies, local communities, investment banks, fishermen and farmers. The WWF was founded in 1961 and 55% of its funding comes from individuals and bequests, 19% from government sources, and 8% from corporations. With more than $1bn in investment capital, WWF has supported more than 12,000 conservation initiatives with over 5m supporters worldwide. The institution has been often criticized for not campaigning objectively because of its strong ties with multinational corporations such as Coca-Cola, Lafarge, and IKEA. In 2019 the institution reported 4% of its total operating revenue coming from corporations. 

Amir Bozorgzadeh is the Canadian-Iranian CEO and co-founder of Virtuleap, a Portugal-based cognition training and assessment VR startup, where he has worked since 2018. He also writes regularly about tech for websites such as VentureBeat and CrunchBase .He was previously based in Dubai, where he co-founded two startups: Gameguise, a gaming publisher and developer, and Time Dirham, the Middle East’s first circular economy time bank. He was also managing partner at  digital marketing agency Conovi and a consultant at digital media agencies Massive Media and BizX, both based in Dubai. He additionally worked at YouGov in business development in his decade-long Dubai residence. Bozorgzadeh’s first posts were in project and account management in Vancouver, where he also studied Management at its Sauder School of Business. He holds a first degree in Liberal Studies from Toronto’s York University and also studied the Executive Leadership Program at Amsterdam’s THINK- School of Creative Leadership. 

Founded in 2003, Ismaya Group is a key player in Indonesia’s premium food and beverage industry, and has companies in Jakarta, Bali, Bandung, Dubai and some cities in Malaysia.

Hossein Jalali is the Iranian CTO and co-founder of Virtuleap, a Portugal-based cognition training and assessment VR startup, where he has worked since 2018. He was also simultaneously co-founder at Lisbon-based fitness search and discovery startup Flexpass, which was acquired by Urban Sports in 2018.He was previously co-founder at Dubai-based gaming startup Gameguise, the publishing arm of Edoramedia. Before this, Jalali spent six years as Head of Online at Dubai-based satellite TV company Al Aan. He holds an MBA in Business and Finance from the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates and a bachelor’s in Computer Engineering from Azad University in Tehran, Iran.

Markus Cosmann is co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer at UK-based Modulous, the first end-to-end generative design and delivery solution for affordable, sustainable and modulized housing, where he has worked since 2018. He was simultaneously a director  at engineering consultancy Optimise, based in London and Dubai, until 2020, where he had worked since 2012, and where the concept for Modulous was conceived. His construction project credits include the Oslo National Museum and the German and Swiss Pavilions at Dubai Expo 2020. He previously worked in management for six and a half years in Copenhagen at Danish civil engineering company Ramboll, and has an extensive background in fire engineering in his native Germany and the UK, both in research and commercial projects. Cosmann is a certified civil engineer, graduating from the Ruhr University Bochum in Germany.

Highly successful in the Middle East, Jolly Information Technology is a Chinese cross-border e-commerce company that sells products to over 175 territories with over 20 million registered users. It currently has branches or local operating teams in Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Hong Kong, the Silicon Valley, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Dubai. Its online shopping app Jolly is the best-known app in the Middle East.

Galician startup uses blockchain technology to provide legal validity to formal legal meetings, saving up to 80% of related corporate and legal costs

Warung Pintar brings traditional roadside retailing into the digital age with its smart kiosks, lifting incomes and improving business knowledge of traditional stall owners.

Aida Sutanto graduated with double degrees in Economics and Law from Universitas Trisakti and Universitas Tarumanegara, Indonesia. She worked at Standard Chartered Bank in Dubai, UAE, as an associate director of transactional banking from 2007 to 2010. Aida was also a vice-president at Bank Danamon, Rabobank and CIMB Niaga Bank. She is now co-founder and chairwoman of Investree.    

Jordi Agustí Fusté graduated as a mechanical engineer in 2015 at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Since then, he has been working as a CAD product engineer at Barcelona Technical Center. He was also in Dubai working on a project for Premier Composite Technologies. He was previously a suspension engineer at EUETIB e-tech Racing for over three years. In 2018, he co-founded Sound Market and works as the company's operation manager at the mobile marketplace for musicians.

Computer vision-based SaaS platform auto reads, selects and converts relevant text, symbols and codes into big data to help digitize industries and supply chains.

Using AI-image processing, SweetEscape can produce over 150 professionally edited photographs 48 hours after photo shoots.

Veteran banker Adrian Asharyanto Gunadi graduated in Accounting from the University of Indonesia and later obtained an MBA from the Rotterdam School of Management, Eramus University. Adrian started his banking career at Citibank in 1998. He was then based at the Standard Chartered Bank in Dubai, UAE, managing global Islamic finance product structuring for the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA), South Asia and Southeast Asia. He specialized in Islamic banking for over eight years at Permata Bank and Bank Muamalat in Indonesia until 2015, when he left to co-found Investree.

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