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The Millennial Investor

The World Bank estimates that Bangladesh must invest around US$40 billion in order to resolve congestion and traffic woes in the country. Angel investor Elijah Yang uncovers startups with potential.
The Millennial Investor

The Millennial Investor - S1E3: Mobility Bangladesh

21 Nov 2019 02:28am
The World Bank estimates that Bangladesh must invest around US$40 billion in order to resolve congestion and traffic woes in the country. Angel investor Elijah Yang uncovers startups with potential.

The Millennial Investor

About the show:

A new breed of business minds discovers emerging opportunities in one of the fastest growing regions in the world. Like the traffic jams of Bangladesh, the fashion runways of Indonesia espousing modest fashion, the Esports arenas of Tokyo, high-tech sustainability farms of Singapore and the mammoth food manufacturing factories of Vietnam.   

Five successful millennial CEOs and investors meet a wide spectrum of locals from the man on the street to big conglomerates and even legislators to discover the next big drivers of growth. Not your strawberry generation,  they are entrepreneurs with a difference:

- Former private banker, Anna Haotanto, founder of three companies including The New Savvy and ABZD Capital

- Elijah Yang, founder of three companies including Launch I/O which invests in emerging technology 

- Dinesh Balasingam, Regional Head of Business at Chope

- Hao Tran, CEO of Vietcetera Media  

- Chris Chong, serial entrepreneur of Beeconomic fame

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