Reimagining David and Goliath: Can Startups and Corporates Work Together?
Presented by Radicali
Partnered with SGInnovate
Corporates and startups occupy two ends of a spectrum, but they stand to gain tremendous mutual benefits if they work together. The question is: can they work together and if so, how?
Join us as we reimagine the relationship between the Davids (Startups) and Goliaths (Corporates) of the world and explore how they can best work together.
Date: 15 August 2019, Thursday
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Venue: 32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911
- Priyanka Mukherjee, Associate Director - Corporate Venturing & Innovation Group, Tata Communications
- Belinda Cheng, EY Foundry Leader for Sydney and Singapore, EY
- Ravi Patel, Regional Head of Prepaid Payments, Grab
- Hardesh Singh, CEO and Co-founder, RADICALi
4:00pm – 4:30pm: Registration
4:30pm – 5:30pm: Panel Discussion and Q&A
5:30pm – 6:00pm: Networking
Priyanka Mukherjee, Associate Director - Corporate Venturing & Innovation Group, Tata Communications
Priyanka is part of the Tata Communications’ Corporate Venturing and Innovation Group. Based in Singapore, she heads up TCL’s Internal innovation efforts globally. She is passionate about finding new business ventures for TCL. She has been with Tata Communications Ltd for 4 years. Prior to that she was in the Financial Services in London.
Belinda Cheng, EY Foundry Leader for Sydney and Singapore, EY
Belinda works in corporate innovation as EY’s Asia-Pacific Tax Innovation Hub Leader where she runs the EY Foundry, an early stage startup incubator in Singapore and Sydney. She’s also the co-founder of Women In Innovation Sydney, a community network comprising of >350 female founders, corporate innovators, designers and creatives.
Ravi Patel, Regional Head of Prepaid Payments, Grab
Ravi is a fintech entrepreneur and former banking corporate development executive. Having built the first stand-alone digital consumer payments company in Singapore, which was sold in 2018, he has additionally started companies in the micro-finance space and a gamified savings solution for digital natives, all in South East Asia. He is currently building the digital payments business for Grab Financial across SE Asia.
Hardesh Singh, CEO and Co-founder, RADICALi
Hardesh is the CEO and Co-founder of RADICALi, a seed-funded RegTech company backed by SeedPlus and SGInnovate. Hardesh previously spent close to 10 years as a compliance professional, primarily in financial services and most recently as head of Group Compliance for Sembcorp Industries. He is a strong advocate for digital innovation, entrepreneurship and RegTech (‘Regulatory Technology’) adoption.