Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Center
1 Raffles Blvd., Suntec City,
Singapore, SG, 039593
April 12-13, 2016
Following the success of previous Tech in Asia conferences (previously known as Startup Asia) in Singapore, Tokyo, and Jakarta – we are proud to present to you the 12th edition of our signature event in Singapore.
Main Stage & 5 Expert Stages
This year, we’re introducing six awesome stages to our conference. While the Main Stage in our previous conferences was hugely popular amongst attendees, the addition of five expert stages effectively enables us to cover more ground within just two days, so that we can delve deeper into the discussions that matter.
Tech in Asia Singapore 2016 expects to showcase over 300 exciting startups. All startups exhibiting are handpicked and curated from thousands of applicants across Asia.
To exhibit at Bootstrap Alley, click here for more details.
The highlight of the conference, the final Arena battle is the culmination of a three month-long search across the entire Asian region for the top ten most promising startups. See these top ten in action as they pitch and answer questions from a panel of judges in front of a live audience. Watch out for the next big thing here.
We know that a conference doesn’t end at 6pm. We know that you want to continue meeting new people, making deals way into the night, over a good bunch of alcohol.
Night Crawl: a two-night fiesta of people and drinks, all for the making of business deals. From 6pm till late, Tech in Asia Singapore 2016 will see an evening agenda of food and drinks in various bars and restaurants.
Startup Investor Speed Dating
It’s tough for startups to identify and network with investors. At this conference, we’ve invited various local and regional investors to meet with startups in our exclusive Speed Dating session. Entrepreneurs have the opportunity to deliver their elevator pitch to to the right people, in hopes of developing a positive rapport with potential investors.
Meet The Media
At Tech in Asia, we receive tons of pitches from companies to write about their products. But cold emails don’t work as well as face-to-face meetings. At ‘Meet The Media,’ you get to meet and pitch your startup journey to Tech in Asia’s editors and reporters.