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Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific Networking Night
Presented by SGInnovate. Partnered With Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific and EmTech Asia
This is a private networking evening with SGInnovate and the Class of 2019 Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific, celebrating the deep tech trailblazers from around the region - Australia, Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Since 1999, MIT Technology Review has honoured these Innovators Under 35, whose inventions and research are found to be most exciting. Their work - spanning biomedicine, computing, communications, energy, materials, software, transportation, web and internet, and more - is changing our world.
Our 2019 Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific honourees will each present a three-minute elevator pitch at EmTech Asia on 22 - 23 January 2019.
This Innovators Under 35 Asia Pacific Networking Night is held in conjunction with EmTech Asia 2019, where technology, business, and culture converge. EmTech Asia is a community, a network, and a meeting place for business leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, and change makers who are passionate about addressing major global issues and turning ideas into solutions. For more information and to register for the event, please visit emtechasia.com.
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