Thursday 05 October, 2023

[Infographic] By the numbers: Tech in Asia’s 7th Product Development Conference

Here’s a look at what went down at our annual event devoted to all things product.

Our annual Product Development Conference (PDC) was back in action as an offline event for its seventh edition at Menara Mandiri in Jakarta, Indonesia, from May 16 to 17.

This year’s event saw 2,471 registrations and featured 41 speakers across five stages and 51 sessions. It featured insights from industry leaders and innovators that dove into the latest trends and best practices in product development.

Speakers included the likes of Yukhi Yamashita, chief product officer at Figma; Philipp Kandal, chief product officer at Grab; and Ramesh Gururaja, chief product officer at Tokopedia and head of shared consumer platform at GoTo. Along with the hands-on workshops, demo opportunities, and a career fair, it was a packed two days devoted to all things product.

Here’s a look at what went down:

Missed out on PDC? Fret not, because the 2023 edition of our flagship Tech in Asia Conference is coming soon. Happening on October 18 to 19 at Ritz-Carlton Pacific Place in Jakarta, it’ll be Southeast Asia’s largest gathering of tech enthusiasts and industry experts.

This year’s theme is “Southeast Asia: A Bright Spot in the Tech World,” and we’ll be exploring how the region is weathering the storm and coming out ahead in this time of uncertainty. The event will also feature key segments such as our Startup Factory exhibition, startup and investor speed dating, and our annual Startup Arena pitch battle.

Get your tickets today.


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