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The impact of Tech x Data First by DBS
October 8 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pmFree
The responsibility of humans in a tech world
Technology is a game changer for all and can have a real impact. You are not sure of that? Come to discover Singapore institutions, non-profits, Startups and Corporates who share a common goal: a positive social impact !
5 Speakers, pitching their initiatives as a startup, discussing and debating the impact of tech on people will demonstrate that it is happening now.
Jingxi Tan, Vice President, Data First Program @ DBS Bank Ltd
Tan Jingxi is a participant in Unleash 2018 and part of a group working on solutions to provide healthcare access across the globe – some solutions they are exploring include providing health advice that is timely and accurate, with recommended actions to take based on self-identified symptoms; as well as innovative structures for healthcare financing, so people suffering from health issues can access affordable financial solutions for their medical bills. Jingxi works in DBS’ data transformation team, using data to identify behaviourial patterns and to design processes that can be invisibly interwoven into people’s daily lives. With a decade of working in technology, Jingxi believes that the key to an effective solution is to focus on behaviourial design rather than the tech solution itself. He also believes in solutions that are easily scalable – with the aim of reaching as many of those in need as possible.
Larry Tchiou, Founder @ UNFRAMED
A serial social entrepreneur, Larry started his career in the tech industry in New York City and Silicon Valley before moving to Asia where he co-founded MakeSense, an Ashoka-awarded global community. A social innovation and entrepreneurship practitioner, Larry has been involved in building ecosystems, advising and mentoring hundreds of entrepreneurs over the past 8 years in China, Europe & Singapore. He was most recently recognised by Tatler as part of Gen.T 2018, the list of 50 young game changers shaping Singapore’s future.
Constance Lambert, Business Developer @ Winnow
Constance is a graduate in hospitality management from ESSEC Business School (France) and post graduate at Dauphine University (France), she has 5 years’ experience in the hotel industry. She starting her career in Singapore, working at the Asia Pacific AccorHotels head office. French citizen, she has lived more than 5 years in Singapore and is well versed in the cultural challenges and opportunities that Asia can offer. Her passion for the hospitality industry & sustainability brought her to Winnow in 2017 where she is helping save food waste, one plate at a time.
Adrian Ang, Co-Founder, CEO @ AEvice Health
Named Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree for his contribution in healthcare sector, Adrian Ang is the founder and CEO at AEvice Health, a medical device company that develops wearable device for management of chronic respiratory disease. Adrian Ang has been deeply involved in business development and capital strategy. Prior to AEvice Health, Adrian Ang served as the Chief Operating Officer in a Singapore SME and oversees its investment portfolios. He left his career to pursue his passion in AEvice Health in 2016. Adrian Ang read Electrical & Electronics Engineering and holds a Masters in Science for Technopreneurship and Innovation at Nanyang Technological University.
Moderated by Yoann Fol, Founder & CEO @Dathappy
Yoann is a Digital enthusiast, human believer, nature lover and entrepreneur… He truly believes Data can help us to create good things !
He recently decided to go for new adventures and created Dathappy, a Data Science consulting firm helping businesses in their Digital transformation. Dathappy has a social mission : make sure that no one is left behind. To realize that, B Corps, social enterprises, NGO and non-profit are a special target. In the meanwhile, trainings are offered to help the reskilling and upskilling in Data for all, fighting against the technological unemployment.
French Tech for Good is an initiative core to our values, focused on promoting social impact and making space for more women in tech