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Tech in Asia Singapore is back once again for its seventh edition, this time bigger and stronger! Mark your calendars for May 15 & 16, as we bring you content stages jam-packed with expert insights and actionable tips to bring your business forward, alongside numerous networking opportunities.

Read on to learn about the six kick-ass content stages we’ve got planned this year!

Main Stage

Tech in Asia Singapore 2017 Main Stage

Reddit Co-founder Alexis Ohanian speaking at Tech in Asia Singapore 2017’s Main Stage.

Right here at the Main Stage is where you can gain invaluable insights from industry leaders and stay ahead of the curve. Think fireside chats and panel discussions with experienced CEOs and founders – the Main Stage is where the action is at. Look forward to an all-star lineup of speakers dishing out nuggets of wisdom and discussing cutting edge trends in the startup scene. Last year saw the likes of Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, and Houzz CEO Adi Tatarko share about their startup journeys and lessons they’ve learnt.

Artificial Intelligence Stage

This year will see the debut of a new expert stage – the Artificial Intelligence Stage. From Google Home to chatbots, AI has revolutionised the way we live and interact with one another. How should businesses prepare for change? To tackle these and more, learn from software developers and AI programmers as they provide insights into the best practices, tools and trends in this region.

Developer & Product Stage

Developing outstanding products is often challenging and time-consuming. Fret not, our most popular expert stage is here to help. This is the perfect avenue for coders and product managers to learn from the finest in the community as they share tips for designing amazing products and writing better code. Whether you’re just starting out or an expert in the trade, there’s bound to be something to take away.

2017’s Singapore conference saw the likes of Amazon, Facebook, and PayPal speaking at the Developer & Product Stage.

Marketing Stage

Marketing Stage Tech in Asia Singapore 2017

The Marketing Stage at Tech in Asia Singapore 2017.

Your team may have built a great product, but it will probably only stop there if you don’t have a sound marketing strategy to bring it to the masses. How do you create fresh and compelling content that generates sales? Be prepared to take down lots of notes as frontrunners in the PR, marketing and branding industries take the stage!

Past speakers include leaders from HubSpot, Facebook, Google, and ShopBack.

Revenue Stage

At the beginning of a startup’s journey, users may matter more than sales. However, a healthy bottom line is still what matters at the end of the day, as both big and small companies need a sustainable flow of revenue to survive. Be it sales, profit, or growth strategies, this is a stage not to be missed.

Slack, Stripe, and Salesforce joined us last year as speakers at our Revenue stage.

Startup 101 Stage (AMA Edition)

From raising funds to customer acquisition, every founder faces a myriad of challenges in a startup’s journey. Here’s your chance to get up close and personal with the leaders of today’s hottest companies. Gain access to expert insights and pick their brains on topics ranging from hiring to scaling your products. This year, we’re shaking things up and doing it AMA-style. This stage is all about what you want to learn, so get your questions ready and ask away!

Past speakers from our Startup 101 stage include Sequoia Capital, CNN, 500 Startups, and SeedPlus.

One pass to rule them all

To attend all six content stages, all you’ll need is a conference pass. You’ll also gain access to our startup exhibition – Startup Factory, other networking segments, and more.

From now till January 31, secure your passes to Tech in Asia Singapore 2018 at a 1-for-1 discount. Just click the button below and register your details – it won’t take longer than a minute!
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