Wild Digital Southeast Asia returns in September, unlocking Asia’s evolving tech
With Malaysia looking to grow its digital presence, having an ecosystem that can cater to the demands of the industry is key. The Malaysian government has already launched several initiatives over the years, leading to the birth of several tech unicorns and prominent industry personalities.
Despite this, the speed of evolution of tech requires everyone in the industry to be on the tip of their toes, ready to pounce on the opportunities available for them. In fact, Malaysia’s tech scene has witnessed continuous tech investment and growth, ensuring businesses can make the right decisions.
As such, Wild Digital, Southeast Asia’s leading tech conference powered by Catcha Group, will be a hosting a two-day exclusive tech conference. The Wild Digital Southeast Asia 2022, an in-person event, will be held on the 6th and 7th of September, 2022. It will take place at the Le Meridien Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Malaysia’s Prime Minister, YAB Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri bin Yaakob will be delivery the keynote address at the country’s most anticipated tech conference with Minister of Finance, YB Senator Tengku Datuk Seri Utama Zafrul bin Tengku Abdul Aziz also a guest speaker.
With the theme “Unlocking Asia’s Evolving Tech Future,” this year’s event will draw over 1,000 guests and more than 70 speakers, including the leading tech players, disruptors, and analysts in the region.
The in-person event will also showcase the variety of learning and networking opportunities that Wild Digital Southeast Asia 2022 provides. Attendees will gain knowledge of cutting-edge new solutions, hear perspectives on the buzz around Web3 and the metaverse, which is being fueled by the continuous uptick in digital adoption, dive into educational and technical content, and interact with experts from across the industry ecosystem.
Industry experts at Wild Digital Southeast Asia will also discuss the region’s extraordinary tech industry growth and how the COVID-19 pandemic has increased consumer demand for new digital and online-based solutions. The second day of the conference will feature more specialized industry experts to offer their knowledge and views on the next trends and changes in logistics, fintech, and e-commerce.
“When trouble rises, entrepreneurs strive to find ways to overcome the obstacles. Although the reason for the recession is completely different now, it’s a good opportunity to create something that solves problems generated by the shift to the online world. We believe that Wild Digital is a platform that offers valuable insights into the future of Southeast Asia’s tech industry,” said Patrick Grove, Co-Founder and Group CEO of Catcha Group.
In addition, Tech Wire Asia is also a media partner for Wild Digital Southeast Asia 2022. The team will be present during the two day event, with TWA editor Aaron Raj moderating a session as well.
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