The most prestigious digital conference in Southeast Asia, Wild Digital, is back and better than ever as they’ve upped the ante for their eighth comeback. For starters, Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul who is the guest of honour, will join the CEO of Catcha Group Patrick Grove for a unique Fireside Chat.

Themed Unlocking Asia’s Evolving Tech Future, Wild Digital’s Southeast Asia conference will see a gathering of over 1,000+ attendees and 70+ speakers, featuring the region’s leading tech players, disruptors and pundits among them. The two-day exclusive tech conference, which had previously only been available electronically, will once again take place in person on September 6th and 7th at the Le Meridien Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

Recent months have seen widespread reporting of massive tech layoffs, which begs the question: “How will Southeast Asia’s tech darlings and its thriving tech landscape, which saw record-breaking growth over the last two years, brace for the tougher times ahead?” 

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Exploring Asia’s Evolving Tech Future: Wild Digital

The most prestigious digital conference in Southeast Asia, Wild Digital, is back and better than ever as they’ve upped the ante for their eighth comeback. For starters, Finance Minister Tengku Zafrul who is the guest of honour, will join the CEO of Catcha Group Patrick Grove for a unique Fireside Chat.

Themed Unlocking Asia’s Evolving Tech Future, Wild Digital’s Southeast Asia conference will see a gathering of over 1,000+ attendees and 70+ speakers, featuring the region’s leading tech players, disruptors and pundits among them. The two-day exclusive tech conference, which had previously only been available electronically, will once again take place in person on September 6th and 7th at the Le Meridien Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

Recent months have seen widespread reporting of massive tech layoffs, which begs the question: “How will Southeast Asia’s tech darlings and its thriving tech landscape, which saw record-breaking growth over the last two years, brace for the tougher times ahead?” 

Read the full article here