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William Lamuda is the operational manager and co-founder of ZendMoney, a remittance service for Indonesia's migrant workers. He and colleague Bong Defendy first established a software development company, which later developed ZendMoney as one of their products.

Software engineer Bong Defendy established his first company, Winning-Soft (PT Datacaraka Solusindo), while studying Computer Science at Bina Nusantara University. He has been running the company since 2005, providing various software development and digital consultancy services. In 2017, Defendy and colleague William Lamuda decided to develop ZendMoney, a remittance service for Indonesian migrant workers that would use an e-wallet concept. Defendy continues to run Winning-Soft concurrently with ZendMoney, with Winning-Soft providing development support to ZendMoney.

A graduate of Renmin University, School of Sociology and Population Studies, Huang Chiwei, with his friends, quit his well-paying “real job” to start Mr Food. A first-generation “migrant” in Beijing from the province.

A graduate of Renmin University, School of Sociology and Population Studies, Ren Mu, with his friends, quit his well-paying “real job” to start Mr Food. A first-generation “migrant” in Beijing from the province.

A graduate of Renmin University, School of Sociology and Population Studies, Chen Wen, with his friends, quit his well-paying “real job” to start Mr Food. A first-generation “migrant” in Beijing from the province.

A former computer programmer turned investment banker, Liu Yuan spent two years on Wall Street before returning to China, where he founded two startups, zhekouwang (a discount information site) and ximi.com (online store selling snacks to office workers). Both ventures folded up; Farmlink is his latest undertaking.

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