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Doddy Lukito has over 19 years of experience in both corporate management and technology roles. After earning a master's in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, USA, he worked at New York based software company TenFold between 1999 and 2003. Doddy later returned to Indonesia, joining software consulting firm infinITechnology and International Investment Communication Network. He also had a brief lecturing stint at Universitas Bina Nusantara. Doddy had previously co-founded Bistip, a peer-to-peer courier service startup, after which he joined pharmaceutical conglomerate Mensa Group through doctors-only social media LinkDokter, which was later the basis for healthcare platform Halodoc. 

Hans Christ has worked internationally across Latin America, Europe and the USA. He is the co-founder of transport technology startup Bipi, a Spanish on-demand car rental app and Lollo Mobility, Bipi’s parent company and transport app company. He co-founded Colombia Cave Box Crossfit in 2013 and was previously Groupon Iberia’s Head of Goods, where he helped established its product department. Christ started his career as a Credit Manager in Walls Cargo Bank. Christ holds a Business Administration degree from Southern Methodist University (SMU) and an MBA in Marketing from the University of Dallas. 

Oscar Pierre (b.1992) trained as an aerospace engineer at the Polytechnic University of Barcelona (UPC) in Spain and later at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, USA. He interned at Airbus, before starting his entrepreneurial career in 2014 by founding startups like Zikkomo and FUO Concept. Zikkomo is a platform that drives education in Malawi through multiple Active Africa ONG projects. FUO Concept was an e-commerce marketplace for local handicrafts.Pierre is now the CEO and co-founder of Glovo, an on-demand delivery platform with operations in 22 markets worldwide.

Before he became the COO of grab-and-go coffee chain Kopi Kenangan, James Prananto had built a career as an executive in Media Nusantara Citra (MNC), one of Indonesia's biggest media conglomerates. Prananto, who holds an MBA from the Loyola Marymount University, USA, started his career at Bakrie Brothers as an investment analyst. The stint only lasted for a few months before he joined MNC. Between 2013 and 2015, he worked his way up to become assistant head of investor relations and corporate finance. In 2015, he became the head of marketing for MNC's e-commerce branch, Mister Aladin, and held the role until 2018, a year after he established Kopi Kenangan with Edward Tirtanata.

US-French private equity company L Catterton is based in Greenwich, USA, with 17 offices around the world and over $28bn of equity capital. It mostly invests in the consumer industry as well as real estate and technology startups.Founded in 1989 and currently led by co-CEOs Michael Chu and Scott Dahnke, in 2016, L Catterton partnered with the LVMH Group and Groupe Arnault combining Catterton's operations with LVMH and Groupe Arnault's real estate and private equity operations across Europe Asia, and North America. The partnership formed the largest global consumer-focused private equity firm yet the 31st largest private equity firm in the world. L Catterton holds majority stakes in companies like Birkenstock, Crystal Jade, Bliss, John Hardy amongst others; it also invests in technology startups in their growth and hyper-growth phases. Most notable investments include Aleph Farms, ClassPass, and more recently the plant-based products manufacturer NotCo. Its latest growth fund, L Catterton Growth IV, targets an investment range of $10m–$75m in North America and Europe.

Adrian Lim is PopBox Asia’s co-founder and CEO, establishing the smart locker startup in 2015. Between 2001 and 2003, Lim worked as an engineer at Lucent Technologies (which merged with Alcatel). He was later a director at the TAK Group, a multinational property conglomerate. He is also an advisor to Block71, the startup incubator run by the National University of Singapore.Lim holds a bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from the Imperial College of London, as well as a master’s in the same field from the University of Michigan, USA.

Jordan Sorensen graduated from the Southern Virginia University USA in 2011, majoring in Business Analytics and Data Visualization. He first worked in Spain as a service missionary for two years until 2009. In 2013, he co-founded Lax Path LLC to build a community of lacrosse players and enthusiasts in Virginia. He became a goalie coach for the Spanish National Lacrosse Team from 2014 until 2017. In 2015, he joined a two-year master’s degree and MBA program at IE Business School in Madrid, specializing in Big Data. In November 2017, he became the CTO and co-founder of ChainGo Tech SL.

As the co-founder and CPO of Billin, Diego Goya Quijano is responsible for the IT team, business and funding strategies. After graduating in Business Administration at CUNEF in 2010, he studied English for a year in California, USA. His first entrepreneurial venture was in 2009 when he co-founded Deyese Soluciones (D+S), a company specializing in cost optimization. He then worked at Smartgroup Telecomunicaciones for almost two years before co-founding Billin in 2013. He has since attended various courses relating to Venture Capital, M&A and Financing Operations at IEB. He then specialized in web development at Ironhack.

Formerly a financial analyst, Ioann Fainsilber graduated from the University of Bath in UK, with a bachelor's in business administration in 2012. He also has a master's in Finance and Private Equity from the London School of Economics. While at university, he worked briefly as an analyst at Essilor's USA and Lloyd's Banking Group. He also acted as financial advisor for a student advertising company for over two years in Bristol while studying for his degree.In 2014, Fainsilber joined Morgan Stanley as a tech analyst. In 2016, he worked as a private equity associate at American VC Silver Lake. He left UK for Indonesia in 2017 and became the CFO of Ayopop, an android developer for e-commerce platforms and payment apps. Pintek, with Ayopop as shareholder, was established by Fainsilber and Ayopop co-founder Tommy Yuwono in March 2018. Fainsilber remained as CFO at Ayopop until January 2019.

Edward Tirtanata is best known for establishing Kopi Kenangan, the popular grab-and-go coffee chain. Prior to that, however, the finance and accounting graduate from Northeastern University, USA, had established Lewis & Carroll, a premium establishment serving artisanal tea. Unfortunately, the brand struggled to grow among Indonesia's budget-conscious youths, who preferred the cheaper bubble tea. Learning from the experience, he decided to eschew the Starbucks-style “third home” retail concept and opted for grab-and-go stalls that are cheaper to establish, but without abandoning the quality of the coffee served. The concept proved to be a hit, and Tirtanata's new venture became a nationwide sensation.Aside from his role as CEO of Kopi Kenangan, Tirtanata is getting more deeply involved in the F&B startup ecosystem. In February 2020, he joined Gojek and startup ecosystem builder Digitaraya in establishing Digitarasa, a new accelerator program for F&B businesses.

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