Global tech leaders and technology enthusiasts gathered at Southeast Asia’s Techsauce Global Summit 2017 at Centara Grand Hotel.
The SEA’s largest tech meeting of its kind offered a nicely-planed-space with 10 stages which covered over 100 topics covered current issues and the emerging technologies that will change the way we go about our business/work/daily lives.
Oranuch Lerdsuwankij, CEO and co-founder of Techsauce Media Co, the organiser of Techsauce Global Summit said, “This year summit highlighted more than 250 key speakers and CEOs around the world to share their knowledge, expertise and trend about startup and related industry – Brett King, a global fintech influencer, Mike Peng, managing director of Ideo Tokyo, Ghela Boskovich, founder of FemTech Global, Korn Chatikavanij, president of Thai Fintech Association, Joshua Pas, managing director of AddVentures by SCG among others.”
Another highlight of the summit was the pitching competition by 9 startups across Asia. The social + AI, JUMPER.AI has won the startup pitching competition with their revolution in ecommerce that allows merchants to be ‘always-on’ in terms of responding to customer demands and order processing with one unified AI interface.
The summit ended on a high note with their extravagant after party.
Close to 6000 attendees took part at the opening ceremony
Brett King, futurist/author/global tech influencer saw a full house to hear him talk about “Transforming the Next-Gen Customer Experiences in the Digital World”
Pitching Competition judges
Judges at work
JUMPER.AI – Social media + AI technology for commercial
JUMPER.AI won Techsauce Startup Pitching Competition 2017
DJ Bot from True Corporation
Technology enthusiasts listening to emerging trend
DJ Double B & DJ Top set the stage on fire at the startup after party
Darin is monitoring the Asia-Pacific travel & hospitality market and reports the most important news of the region. Her role includes interviewing C-level executives as well as running the content campaigns of companies and NTOs
She holds a MAMBM from the University of Westminster in UK and a photography certificate from the Kensington and Chelsea College in UK.