Searching for the top startups in Asia, nominate yours for OpenWebAsia 2012
October 26, 2012 by Gwendolyn Regina T
OpenWebAsia is one of the premier technology conferences in Asia. First held in Seoul, South Korea in 2008, it went on to take place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2010. This year, OpenWebAsia is happening in Haikou, China – a city with beautiful beaches in the south of the country. Held in conjunction with the APEC Summit, Open Web Asia will happen on 28th November 2012 and feature keynote talks, panel discussions and the OpenWebAsia Startup Awards – where the top 10 startups from across Asia will be announced.
SGE is happy to be part of the team helping make OpenWebAsia 2012 happen.
In advance of the conference, we are now searching for startups. The startup OR one of its core features must be launched/released NO MORE than 1 year ago. Show us your startup has a bright future, nominate yourself! Highlight how innovative you are, your traction, and the like.
Please drop us a message at this form with these details by 28th Oct (yes, within the next two days):
- Project/Company Name
- Founder(s)’ name(s)
- Launch Date
- Video or Screencast demo
- Supporting Links
Find out more about SGE’s research arm: SGE Insights, providing customized in-depth research reports to help you navigate the business of technology in Asia.
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Gwendolyn Regina T - Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Gwen is the co-founder and editor-in-chief of SGE. Previously, she was a partner of early stage technology investment firm, Thymos Capital and she has had two exits, one of which is iHipo. She is also an investor in Padlet, a Y-Combinator startup. Gwen also sits on the Board of Advisors for the Singapore Innovation & Productivity Institute, Steering Commmittee for the Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation Awards 2013, and Board of Advisors for Social Media Week 2013. A frequent public speaker, mentor and judge at various startup bootcamps, events and competitions, Gwen loves meeting founders, developers, designers and scientists across all ages. An alumnus of the National University of Singapore and its University Scholars Programme, Gwen also spent some time in Silicon Valley and is a graduate of the NUS-Stanford University overseas college programme. She is also a mentor at Polish tech startup incubator Gamma Rebels, the Singapore curator for US-headquartered StartupDigest and the Singapore Ambassador for the Sandbox Network - the leading global network of innovators under 30. Gwen has also been a Worldwide Judge for Imagine Cup - the premier student technology competition helmed by Microsoft. She has also spoken in Hong Kong at one of its largest youth conferences, MaD Asia, and was recently in Austria to help envision the future of the country's economy in 2032 on invitation from an Austrian governmental organization. Gwen speaks 3.25 languages, loves physics, travelling, dance and adventure sports. She can be found on LinkedIn and Twitter.Read other posts by Gwendolyn Regina T