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Anthony Kusuma is a co-founder of tech recruitment platform Ekrut, where he was Chief Product Officer until November 2017. Starting in 2012, he has worked in frontend web development and technical roles, including at Indonesian FMCG group Orang Tua and fintech lending platform Modalku, the Indonesian version of Singapore-based Funding Societies. Anthony holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from STMIK Dharma Putra, Indonesia. 

Founded in 2007 by Soichiro Swimmy Minami, BizReach is a Tokyo-based recruitment firm that operates a full service headhunting and talent search platform. Its hallmark feature is an AI-powered software for shortlisting job applicants. Outside of Japan, the company also has a presence in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. BizReach raised funding through a Series A round in 2016. 

Based in Singapore, Clermont Group is a venture capital group that was founded by New Zealand-born billionaire Richard F. Chandler. The company styles itself as a "business house" with a philosophy that entrepreneurship and managing capital are noble callings. To this end, Clermont invests in businesses that are geared towards fulfilling customer needs and those that generate employment. As a group, Clermont owns shares in Vietnamese healthcare group Hoan My, Philippines based clinic network The Medical City and the Small Business FinCredit company in India.

Singtel Innov8 is the venture arm of Singapore-based telecommunications company Singtel. It invests in companies that can potentially bolster Singtel's own capabilities in communications technologies, media services and customer experience. Innov8 has invested in companies at home and abroad, including in Indonesia, China, the USA and Israel. It has made exits through the sale of its portfolio companies (Viki and Tempo.AI) and via IPOs.

HATCH is an aquaculture-tech-focused accelerator program initiated by the aquaculture-focused seed VC investor Alimentos Ventures to help related startups reach commercialization and access further funding. Its inaugural program was held in Bergen, Norway, followed by a second batch in Cork, Ireland. Successful applicants get €50,000 cash and possible subsequent funding, plus free office space for up to 12 months in either of HATCH's offices in Bergen and Singapore. Its international partners include food corporates, state entities and aquaculture groups.

Kaesang Pangarep is a vlogger and serial entrepreneur who first became famous through his YouTube vlogs, which sometimes involved his father, Indonesian president Joko Widodo. Kaesang had previously run his own fried banana business, Sang Pisang, before establishing home chef meal service Madhang in 2017, where he is chief marketing officer. Kaesang is concurrently the CEO of SKI Capital Partners, which provides funding to F&B startups and is a fourth year marketing student at the Singapore University of Social Sciences.

Fore's beverage retail and delivery service satisfies trendy, urban Indonesians' thirst for premium locally produced coffee.

Biologist-turned-entrepreneur Anton Lucanus' entrepreneurial journey began in Indonesia, where he established research database service Neliti in 2016. He is also the founder and CEO of Reputio, a US-based digital PR firm. Lucanus graduated with a bachelor's in Anatomy and Human Biology from the University of Western Australia. He had also taken a minor in Indonesian as part of a student exchange program at Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia. In 2015, Lucanus had a brief stint as a researcher at the Eijkman Institute before earning his master's in Oncology and Cancer Biology at the National University of Singapore. 

Richard Lim is a co-founder of Jakarta-based coworking operator GoWork. After GoWork's merger with Rework, he became the company's CFO and Chief of Real Estate. Prior to establishing GoWork, Richard had worked at the Monetary Authority of Singapore, Bain & Company and business consultancy firm Quvat Management. Richard graduated from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University with a bachelor's degree in Accounting. He also holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Roy Petter Dyrdahl Torgersen studied maritime navigation at Austevoll Fagskule School and later nautical sciences at the University of Stord/Haugesund in Norway. With 12 years of experience in the petro-maritime, scientific research and underwater mining prospection sectors, Torgersen also holds a Class 1 navigation license and has been a captain in the Merchant Navy in Singapore. Inspired by the potential of small submarine robots borne from his professional experience and passion for diving, Torgersen established Nido Robotics, where he is currently chairman and CEO. 

Based in Singapore, Antler is a venture capital firm that runs a global five-month venture building program. Aside from funding and company building, Antler matches founders and the talent they need prior to the start of the program. Antler's programs are run in Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Amsterdam and London. Antler was founded by former managing director of Zalora, Magnus Grimeland.

Delong Capital was founded by entrepreneur Ding Liguo. It has branches in Beijing, Hong Kong and Singapore and assets under management worth nearly RMB 10 billion. Delong Capital invests mainly in early- or growth-stage startups from the high-end manufacturing, healthcare, new materials/new energy, artificial intelligence and big data sectors.

Amand Ventures is a venture capital firm established in 2016. Based in Singapore, it has backed the payments startup Wallex and Indonesian online jewelry business Orori. 

Antonio Rami, also known as Toni Rami, is a co-founder and COO of Kantox, a foreign currency exchange management platform. He was born in Mallorca in 1986 and now lives in Barcelona, where he has worked at Kantox since it was established in 2011. Prior to Kantox, Rami worked as a consultant of strategy and operations at Deloitte and at Inveready Technology Investment Group as an investment advisor. He is a graduate of ESADE Business and Law School in Barcelona and of Singapore Management University, where he completed a master's degree. 

Blockchain logistics pioneer ChainGo will help fuel the US$1-trillion growth in global trade by facilitating more efficient flow of documents across borders.

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