T minus 32 days to go until tech leaders takeover Techsauce Global Summit

Excitement is building across the ASEAN region as the countdown gets underway for Southeast Asia’s largest tech conference, Techsauce Global Summit.

With just 32 days to go, event organisers are putting the final touches to this year’s event which takes place at Centara Grand, CentralWorld, Bangkok from the 19th to the 20th of June. Techsauce Global Summit 2019 is set to be nearly twice the size, with over 20,000 attendees, 400 speakers and 1,900 start-ups across 50 countries.

The two-day summit will be hosted on 12 high-tech stages, themes this year will include smart cities, travel tech, energy, fintech, foodtech, agritech, biotech, health tech, entertainment, AI & Data, blockchain, startups, social impact and women in tech.

Over 400 tech leaders and expert speakers from regionally and internationally renowned companies are set to take part this year, including:

  • Riddhiman Das, Corporate VC & M&A, Technology Investments, Ant Financial (Alibaba)

  • Neal Cross, CIO, DBS Bank

  • Crystal Widjaja, GO-JEK SVP

  • Amrit Dhir, Head of Global Operations, Google for Startups

  • David Fallarme, Head of Asia Marketing, Hubspot

One of many highlights includes a special Google for Startups in Asia event. According to The Balance SMB, Google has acquired over 200 businesses since 2001. At Techsauce Global Summit, speakers from Google and startups from their programme can provide advice and network with attendees.

Commenting on the Google for Startups in Asia event, Co-founder and CEO of Techsauce Global Summit, Oranuch Lerdsuwankij said:

Techsauce Global Summit provides the biggest opportunities for tech startups and larger tech corporations to network, find support and get advice on critical issues that startups have to deal with in their everyday business life. Google’s involvement this year enhances its ability to become the flagship startup success when it comes to technology. The “how Google started story” should be insightful and encouraging for both old and new business founders.’