Hey folks! Our Tech in Asia Meetup events are rolling along, and next we are heading to the capital of the land of smiles – Bangkok. For those of you who are interested to connect and learn more about the startup space in Thailand, this is the right event for you.
We have invited Tiang Lim Foo, who drives market development at Evernote, where he focuses in developing new markets in APAC through partnerships and localized marketing initiatives. We will be having a coffee chat session with him, touching on the startup lessons he learned during his time at Evernote. Tiang Lim will also be sharing more about Evernote’s development in Southeast Asia.
Besides our coffee chat session with Tiang Lim, we are also looking for startups who are interested to pitch at this Meetup! If you have the guts to pitch in front of about 100 people, send me a note. We have slots for about three to five startups to pitch. In your email, kindly send me your brief pitch to andrew[at]techinasia.com in this format:
- Name of applicant
- Name of startup
- Contact number
- One sentence pitch, such as: “My company, (insert name of company), is developing (a defined offering) to help (a defined audience) (solve a problem) with (secret sauce)”.
Meetup tickets are always free and they run out fast, so grab your tickets now. See you in Bangkok on March 21st, Thursday, at 6:15 p.m. More details below.
- Registration: 6.15 – 7.00pm
- [Discussion] Startup Lessons from Evernote: 7.00 – 8.00pm
- Networking & Dinner: 8.00 – 9.00pm
Launchpad @ Sethiwan Tower
139 Thanon Pan, Bang Rak, Bangkok, Thailand 10500
About our speaker: Tiang Lim Foo
Based in Singapore, Tiang Lim drives Market Development at Evernote, where he focuses in developing new markets in APAC through partnerships and localized marketing initiatives.
Previously, the VP of Product of a SingTel Innov8 funded start-up focused on mobile development, content distribution and app monetization. He is responsible for identifying key publishing & payment partners to value add the MoVend commerce platform. He was also responsible for developer relations, feature planning & product marketing.
A Mechanical Engineering graduate from the National University of Singapore, Tiang Lim also spent a year at Silicon Valley studying at Stanford’s MS&E department and consulting for start-ups in the consumer web space and medical device industries.
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