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Garden Impact Investments is an investment holding company based in Singapore. The company engages in impact investing, seeking startups that can create social and environmental benefits in their communities. Its portfolio includes companies in Indonesia, Thailand and Singapore, covering sectors ranging from agriculture, health and education.

With a master’s in media studies from Bangkok University, Chen Yang joined the travel industry in 2001. His roles include being the secretary-general of Holiday Ownership Association of Thailand and the vice-president of China Holiday Association and International Leisure Economy Promotion Association. Chen is fluent in English and Thai.

A Jack of many trades, Xue Shuai majored in investment at East China Normal University, and pursued postgraduate studies in Chinese painting. He dabbled in selling wine and tourism, before joining Huawei as a project manager in 2001 (the year China entered the WTO), traveling across China and overseas (India, Thailand, Nepal, etc.) for work. Xue quit Huawei in 2008, spent a “gap year” mountaineering, before founding Yunjiazheng.

Overworked middle-class Chinese are seeking, and willing to pay for, more relaxing, restful vacations overseas – Yueyang Dujia’s resorts offer exactly that.

The world’s most valuable fintech firm, Ant Financial Services originated from Alipay, the third-party payments platform under the Alibaba Group. Today, it also runs a money-market fund and an online bank. Ant Financial has more than 450 million active users. It has also expanded into foreign markets, including the US, UK, Germany, Thailand and Australia, and expects more than 60% of its transactions to come from outside China by 2026. It targets to serve 2 billion users then.

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Former Rocket Internet man Liviu Nedef is a digital marketing veteran. Liviu attained an MBA in 2012 at the IE Business School of Madrid in Spain. He is now based in Singapore as the regional head of digital marketing for HOOQ, a video-on-demand service, in November 2016. HOOQ is a joint venture comprising Singtel, Sony Pictures and Warner Brothers with offices in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand and India. He had briefly joined Valuklik as co-founder and managing director, before moving to Ensogo as its regional Head of Marketing for Southeast Asia and Hong Kong until October 2016.

Software engineer Ronaldi Kurniawan was the only Android developer at YesBoss, an Indonesian virtual assistant startup. The Computer Science graduate from Universitas Bina Nusantara went on to work at financial product comparison website Cermati after YesBoss became inactive in 2016. YesBoss was later transformed into had also worked at Thailand-based IT consultancy firm TN Corporation before returning to Indonesia to join Go-Jek. In May 2019, he left Go-Jek to team up again with co-founder Ahmad Rizqi Meydiarso to establish brand campaign builder startup Feedloop.

Shannon Kalayanamitr is an entrepreneur with 17 years of international business experience. In 2012, she founded a women’s e-commerce site Moxy. When Moxy was acquired by WhatsNew Group in 2014, she became the group’s CMO. She remained as CMO after Moxy merged with Bilna to form Orami in 2016.The graduate in Business Administration, from Thammasat University in Thailand, was featured in the 2016 Campaign Asia’s 40 Under 40 list of high achieving individuals in the marketing industry. She has also worked at PwC, Lehman Brothers and Boonrawd Trading International, the global distributor of Singha Beer.

Bruno Bianchi always wanted to be his own boss. He started a Costa del Sol Spanish jewelry import business in 2004, sourcing from Thailand and India. Then he became the sales director of Miguel Ángel Palomo SA to expand the Spanish olive business internationally. He had also worked as a cook in Ireland and Denmark.The Argentinian speaks English, Spanish, French, Italian and Danish. The COO of Spotahome joined the startup as a co-founder at a later stage when the proptech idea was revived by CEO Artacho.

New Energy Nexus is a US-based investor and startup support organization that focuses on the clean energy sector. The company was originally known as the California Clean Energy Fund (CalCEF) and has invested in SolarCentury and Tesla Motors. Since 2015, New Energy Nexus has been working with international partners like GIZ (the German agency for international development) and IKEA Foundation to promote renewables and smart energy worldwide. In 2018, New Energy Nexus launched its Southeast Asian operations by establishing offices in Indonesia and Thailand.New Energy Nexus supports startups through incubator and accelerator programs, hackathons, public talks, grants and equity investments. So far, it has invested in four Indonesian startups, including B2B rooftop solar service provider Xurya and solar equipment marketplace BLUE, and distributed nearly $50,000 in grants.

Norfund is the sovereign investment fund of Norway, established by the parliament in 1997 and owned by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The company has committed NOK 28.4bn in investments into 170 projects in developing countries as of 2020. Norfund has regional offices in Thailand, Costa Rica, Kenya, Mozambique and Ghana to support its activities in Asia, Africa and Latin America. In Asia, its core investment targets are Indonesia, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Norfund primarily invests in three key areas: clean energy, agriculture and fintech. The fund has invested in solar power projects and various food companies in India and various African countries. In Asia, Norfund has invested in Amartha, an Indonesian P2P lending fintech company providing loans to women-led microbusinesses. Norfund also invests in other venture funds, such as Southeast Asia-focused Openspace Ventures Fund III, to expand and diversify their portfolio.

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