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Global Accelerator Learning Initiative (GALI) Workshop: Acceleration of Accelerators in Asia-Pacific

Join us for this full day workshop for accelerators in the region where we will share GALI’s data on the latest regional insights and implications for entrepreneur-support programs, build capacity through sharing of best practices, get insights on the state of the sector and conduct interactive peer coaching and problem-solving sessions.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/12/2019
When: 12 November 2019
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Where: Greenhouse Coworking Space (Jumanji Room)
Multivision Tower 25th Floor
Jl. Kuningan Mulia Lot 9B
Jakarta 12980
Indonesia
Contact: Andrea Skinner
+66 82 249 2542

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ANDE East & Southeast Asia

Global Accelerator Learning Initiative (GALI) Workshop: Acceleration of Accelerators in Asia-Pacific

Friday, Nov 12th 2019 | 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Greenhouse Coworking Space | Jakarta, Indonesia

 

Objectives:
  • Promote GALI Asia Pacific Data Summary Report and share global GALI data for comparative analysis
  • Build capacity of accelerators through sharing best practices
  • Align common understanding on gaps and state of the ecosystem
  • Collect burning questions from accelerators in the region for future relevant research
  • Address challenges via GALI resources and peer coaching

Agenda: 

9:00 AM – Arrivals and Registration

9:30 AM – Welcome Remarks and Opening 

Fai Wechayachai | East and Southeast Asia Chapter Manager | Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)

10:10 AM – GALI Overview: Asia-Pacific Data Summary

Abigayle Davidson | Senior Research Analyst | Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)

10:55 AM – Coffee Break

11:10 AM – Fireside Chat: Ecosystem Pulse from the Lens of Accelerators

Diyanto Imam | Program Director | New Energy Nexus, Southeast Asia

Gregorie Love | Director | Xchange, Philippines

11:40 AM – Mentorship: Tools and Peer Coaching 

MicroMentor: Solution for Impactful Business Development Program

Tsania Rahmadani | MicroMentor Lead | Mercy Corps, Indonesia

12:30 AM – Lunch

1:30 PM – Fireside Chat: Financial Sustainability

Funding for Accelerators

Abigayle Davidson | Senior Research Analyst | Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)

Investment for Startups

Atika Benedikta | Impact Investment LeadAngel Network of Investors Indonesia

2:30 PM – Best Practices of Acceleration

Frontiers Incubator

3:30 PM – Gender Lens Toolkit for Accelerators and Incubators

Sasakawa Peace Foundation

4:00 PM – Sharing by Participants 

4:30 PM – Happy Hour/Reception


About the Speakers

Fai Wechayachai | East and Southeast Asia Chapter Manager | Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)

Omkaew “Fai” Wechayachai joined ANDE in 2017 as the East and Southeast Asia Chapter Manager. Fai holds a Masters in Comparative International Development Education from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto. She brings both private and public sector in education industry expertise. Working and living in three continents, Fai had the intercultural experience working with Caritas Sweden, UNICEF Canada and helped fundraise for a local NGO in northern Thailand working with minority and sexually-harassed children. She most recently served as the Deputy Managing Director of a Thai educational institution that established the Canadian International School of Thailand, an institution she helped build from the ground up. Her role included everything from identifying and managing relationships with educational partners and stakeholders overseas to assisting with the operational set-up of the school. Prior to her role with the Canadian International School, Fai was part of the management team of KidZania Bangkok where she led the creation of a 15-person sales team while identifying and cultivating leading industry brands and corporates in the market.

 

Abigayle Davidson | Senior Research Analyst | Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE)

 

Abby joined ANDE in January 2016 and supports the research initiative, with a special focus on the role of accelerators in emerging markets. She served two years with ForgottenSong, a non-profit organization that supports small business as a means of community development in war-torn countries and also co-founded Markham & Fitz, a bean-to-bar chocolate company based in Arkansas. She holds a Bachelor’s in International Business and Economics and a Master’s in Economics from the University of Arkansas.

 

 

  


This event and other GALI activities in the region are supported by the Australian Government