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Raymond Moh graduated from National University of Singapore with double bachelor’s degrees in Engineering and Business Administration in 2013. In 2017, he completed a two-year MBA program run by Strathclyde Business School.In 2011, he joined Techkura Pte Ltd as a senior technology advisor. He worked at the Singapore company for over six years to provide technology-related consulting services to over 50 institutions. In June 2017, he established Hanalytics Pte Ltd that owns BioMind. The company won a SG:D Techblazer gold award in 2019.

Dhanurendra is co-founder and CTO of FMCG supply chain KlikDaily, which he co-founded with Amos Gunawan in 2015. He was also a Mentor / Entrepreneur In Residence at Skystar Ventures and the of Business Development at PT Red Dot Indonesia in Singapore. He obtained his Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology from Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH).  

Gunawan is the CEO and co-founder of FMCG supply chain KlikDaily, which he co-founded with Indra Dhanurendra in 2015. He worked at mobile payment company PT Red Dot Indonesia in Singapore. Gunawan is also Commissioner at PT ALS Energy, an Indonesian holding energy company, and is co-founder pf PT Keping Perak, which focuses on branding activation, graphic design, advertising, and more. He graduated from Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH).

James Wiryadi graduated in 2014 from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. The chemical engineer went on to read a master's in Real Estate at New York University.He gained work experience in finance through internships at OCBC, PwC and other financial advisory firms before returning to Indonesia in 2017. In 2018, he became an analyst at CapitaLand Indonesia, a local branch of the Singapore real estate developer. In June 2019, he left CapitaLand to focus on building the new equity crowdfunding platform CrowdDana.

Arrive is the venture capital arm of Roc Nation, the full-service entertainment management company established by US musician Jay-Z. Aside from managing musicians and producing music under their label, Roc Nation also manages equity distribution for musicians, as well as talents in the sports industry. Arrive has made a number of investments in the Southeast Asia region, including in Singapore-based scooter rental startup Beam and fashion e-commerce Zilingo. In Indonesia, it has invested in Kopi Kenangan, a chain of grab-and-go coffee outlets. It has also invested in Super, a Y Combinator graduate startup enabling social commerce through group-buying.

A co-founder of virtual restaurant business Hangry, Robin Tan is new to the F&B business. He is, however, not new to the world of tech startups and entrepreneurship. Between 2017 and 2019, he worked as the CTO of P2P lending startup Taralite. After Taralite was acquired by Lippo-affiliated mobile payment company OVO, he became a product lead within OVO’s ecosystem. In September 2019, he and Taralite co-founder Abraham Viktor, who had also joined OVO, decided to establish Hangry. Tan now handles tech and marketing for Hangry.Prior to his career at Taralite, Tan had worked as an analyst and associate for JP Morgan & Chase, based in Singapore.

Waldo Hartanto graduated with a BSc in Accounting and Finance in 2012 at Boston College, Wallace E Carroll Graduate School of Management. After graduation, he worked as an equity research analyst at Mandiri Sekuritas for seven months and later joined Rothschild's global financial advisory team in Jakarta.In January 2014, he moved to Singapore to work for one year at Heritas Capital Management as healthcare investment analyst. In 2015, he became the managing director of Wahyu Abadi, an Indonesian business process outsourcing company. His younger brother Walton is also at Wahyu based in Jakarta. In April 2018, both brothers co-founded Elio to focus online healthcare for men.

Walton Hartanto graduated in Business Administration and Management at the University of Southern California in 2014. While in the US, he worked for over a year as a financial analyst at Houlihan Lokey, an American multinational independent investment bank and financial services company in San Francisco. In 2016, he worked as an analyst for private equity firm General Atlantic in Singapore. He returned to Jakarta in August 2018 and worked in business development for Wahyu Abadi, an Indonesian company that focused on printing, packaging, digital and supply chain technology. Walton and his older brother Waldo co-founded Elio in April 2018, an Indonesian online health clinic for men.

Revata Utama has worked as an engineer and scientist in various biomedical R&D projects. After graduating from the National University of Singapore in 2012 with a bachelor's in Life and Biomedical Sciences, Utama joined Delta Electronics in 2013. He worked as a biomedical engineer from 2013 to 2017, as part of the R&D teams for joint projects with Singapore's Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) at Biopolis.In June 2017, he joined JN Medsys in Singapore to conduct research on polymerase chain reaction (PCR) chip projects. He left Medsys in January 2020 to return to Indonesia and run Nusantics full-time as CTO to lead the company's research into genomics-based services.

General Atlantic was founded in 1980 as the investment arm of Atlantic Philanthropies, and claims to be the pioneer in growth equity. The US-based company has presence all over the world, including in Indonesia, UK, China, Mexico, and Singapore. As of August 2019, it manages US$35b in assets from global investors. Some major companies that were part of GA's portfolio includes Facebook, Alibaba, Meituan, Saxo Bank, and SEA. Edtech startup Ruangguru is GA's second investment in Indonesia; the first is MAP Boga Adiperkasa, a major F&B and lifestyle conglomerate. 

Established in 1990, JAFCO Asia is a private equity and venture capital firm with US$650m assets under management. It has offices in Singapore, Taipei, Seoul, Beijing and Shanghai. Its parent company, JAFCO Co., Ltd., is Japan's largest venture capital firm. JAFCO Asia has invested in more than 480 companies, 110 of which have been publicly listed. 

The Mirae Asset Financial Group started in 1997 with Mirae Asset Global Investment and Mirae Asset Capital. The group's business interests focus on asset and wealth management, investments, and insurance. It has also invested in a range of companies, from logistics firm Shadowfax to AmazeVR. In 2018, it established a joint venture with Naver Corporation, one of South Korea's leading tech companies, and set up the Asia Growth Fund with $940m committed to VC investing in the region. The joint venture has backed Southeast Asian ride-hailing giant Grab, Indonesian e-commerce platform Bukalapak, and Singapore-based credit scoring firm FinAccel.

IGF is a crowdfunding platform for impact investing in Asia. It aims to partner with innovative, high-impact enterprises in need of capital to scale their businesses and, as a result, be of value to society and the environment. The fund seeks to mobilize its US$50m in investment capital to deliver affordable healthcare, cut CO2 emissions, help more than 2m people gain access to clean energy and empower women. IGF's investments range in size from US$250,000 to US$5m, and primarily take the form of equity or quasi-equity. All its investments include pre-agreed social or environmental impact targets.

Ladies Investment Club (LIC) is a group of self-funded women investors, put together with a mission to find, support and nurture female founders on their journey to business ownership. Driven by a desire to see more women-led startups, LIC touts its extensive experience across multiple industries and disciplines, and offers not just capital, but guidance and mentoring to increase female founders' likelihood of success.

Sabrina Mustopo is the founder and CEO of Krakakoa Chocolate, a "farmer-to-bar" social enterprise that works directly with smallholder cocoa farmers to produce chocolate. She is also an independent consultant with experience in strategy, project management, agriculture and sustainable development. Mustopo previously worked in Singapore as an associate and research analyst for international consultancy McKinsey & Co., where she focused on climate change and agricultural topics and served public sector clients in the Asia-Pacific region and East Africa. She graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, with a Bachelor of Science degree in International Agriculture and Rural Development.

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