Society Pass Reports That Its Women Leaders Are Accomplishing Big Things And Breaking Down Old Boundaries In Southeast Asia’s Technology Sector

“It doesn’t feel any different to be a woman,” said Aw-Young, whose duties include managing the company’s human resources department, supply chain and vendor contracts. “We’re assessed based on our qualifications and contributions to the company. We’re not judged because of our gender.”

SoPa says its goal is to be the Inc. of Southeast Asia, where e-commerce is expected to total $89.67 billion in 2022 — an increase of $15.31 billion over last year. The region is expected to top the $100 billion mark by 2023, according to a report by Insider Intelligence.

With the acquisitions of Pushkart and Handycart, SoPa reports having more than 1.6 million registered consumers and 5,500 registered merchants and brands in its ecosystem.

Society Pass states that it leverages technology to tailor a more personalized experience for customers in Southeast Asia. The company offers six business-to-consumer e-commerce verticals: lifestyle, food and beverage delivery, travel, digital marketing, telecoms and food and beverage ordering.

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