Tag: Startups

EP 320 – From Banking to Breakthroughs: Harnessing AI to Transform Home Services – Jingjing Zhong – co-Founder at Superbench

“I’ve been moving by myself since I was 17… And each time I managed to pull myself up. And each time I managed to build a community around myself. And I think I was doing well in my own definition. So really, I believe any situation I can do well.” – Jingjing Zhong

In a revealing conversation on the Asia Tech Podcast, ⁠Jingjing Zhong⁠, co-founder of ⁠Superbench⁠, shared her entrepreneurial journey and the innovative work her company is doing in the home services industry.

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EP 319 – Dushyant Verma – CEO at SmartViz – Redefining Precision With AI: A New Age for SME Manufacturing

“We are in a very interesting time where we will see the embrace of technology in a much more rapid rate…We want to be the first in the industry to be delivering a truly autonomous machine vision platform for manufacturing.” – Dushyant Verma

The Asia Tech Podcast engaged with ⁠Dushyant Verma⁠, a co-Founder and the CEO at ⁠SmartViz⁠ to explore the intersection of AI and Manufacturing.

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EP 315 – Nathaniel Yim – Founder at Nila Studios – You Cannot Sell What You Don’t Understand

The Asia Tech Podcast was joined by ⁠Nathaniel Yim⁠, the Founder of ⁠Nila Studios⁠ and a non-executive co-Founder of ⁠Janio Asia⁠. When Nathaniel asserted during our recording, “You cannot sell what you don’t understand.”, it really resonated with me. When you understand your products and their impact on customers, your enthusiasm, confidence, and sincerity shine through naturally.

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EP 314 – Nirali Zaveri – CEO of Friz – We Want to Simplify the Workflow of a Social Media Manager

In this episode of the Asia Tech Podcast, we spoke with ⁠Nirali Zaveri⁠, co-founder and CEO of ⁠Friz⁠, about her transition from a corporate job, to founding a neobank for freelancers to pivoting towards a SaaS platform for marketing tech. Nirali discusses the challenges of scaling her initial venture, the strategic decision to pivot, and the lessons learned from being part of Y Combinator. 

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EP 313 – Maaike Doyer – Epic Angels – Using Wealth as a Proxy for Financial Literacy Just Blows My Mind

The Asia Tech Podcast welcomed ⁠Maaike Doyer⁠, a Founder and Managing Partner at ⁠Epic Angels⁠, back to the show to discuss a recent article she wrote on ‘⁠Why Stricter Angel Investing Rules Miss the Mark⁠’. In the 3 years since Maaike founded Epic Angels along with ⁠Hester Spiegel-vdSteenhoven⁠, the network has grown to nearly 300 female investors across 27 countries!

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EP 311 – Swapna and Nirmal David – co-Founders at Hobo Interactive – The World of the IP Is Most Interesting For Us

The Asia Tech Podcast really enjoyed its conversation with ⁠Swapna⁠ and ⁠Nirmal David⁠, the co-founders of ⁠Hobo Interactive⁠. In an era where digital interactivity redefines our narrative experiences, Hobo Interactive focuses on bringing high quality visuals and appealing storytelling to games and other interactive experiences. Their journey, woven with the threads of world-building, storytelling, and a risk-taking entrepreneurial spirit, offers a captivating insight into the transformative power of gaming as a storytelling medium.

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EP 307 – Neha Mehta – Author of “One Stop” and the Founder of FemTech Partners – How Super Apps Are Transforming Financial Inclusion

The Asia Tech Podcast had a captivating conversation with ⁠Neha Mehta⁠, author of “⁠One Stop⁠” and founder and CEO of FemTech Partners in which she unraveled the complexities and potential of Super Apps in the context of financial inclusion. Her insights shed light on the evolving digital landscape and its impact on society in Asia. The future looks promising, with technology paving the way for more inclusive and efficient financial services.

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EP 303 – Mehdi Ravanbakhsh – Mapizy – Maps Are the Basis for Decision Making for Any Activities on the Planet

The Asia Tech Podcast had the opportunity to speak with ⁠Mehdi Ravanbakhsh⁠, the CEO and Founder of ⁠Mapizy⁠, who has over a decade of experience in geospatial mapping and AI. Mehdi shared his insights on the importance of learning languages, the intersection of geospatial mapping and AI, and his journey from academia to entrepreneurship.

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EP 300 – Sam Fromson and Stephen Barnham – YuLife and Dai-ichi Life – The Biggest Heart and Seeing Above the Trees

The Asia Tech Podcast was joined by ⁠Sam Fromson⁠, the co-founder and COO of ⁠YuLife⁠, and ⁠Stephen Barnham⁠, the Global Chief Digital and Information Officer at ⁠Dai-ichi Life Holdings⁠.
Sam and Stephen discussed their partnership and the innovative approach they are taking to reimagine the insurance industry. YuLife is on a mission to inspire people to live their best lives everyday. As a 120-year-old life insurance company dominant in Japan, Dai-ichi Life is looking for new growth opportunities to become a leading global insurer.

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EP 295 – Ujjwal Deep Dahal – CEO at Druk Holding & Investments – What Makes Bhutan a Legitimate Next-Gen Startup Nation

The Asia Tech Podcast spoke with Ujjwal Deep Dahal, CEO of Druk Holdings & Investments, the commercial and investment arm of the Royal Government of Bhutan. Ujjwal shared his perspective on the importance of technology and innovation in solving societal problems and building a sustainable future. As an electrical engineer with experience in the power sector, Dahal has witnessed the transformation brought about by the internet and believes that it has provided opportunities for reflection and problem-solving.

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