Growth hacking is all about growing your user base massively, quickly and inexpensively. Growth hacking is more than just marketing, it involves focusing on getting users to try and/or buy your product. It is crucial to learn about growth since it is the make-or-break metric for startups, either you grow fast enough or you die. Learn how these Venture Capitals efficiently manage cost without having to trade off the growth of their startups and use analytical, inexpensive, creative, and innovative methods to exponentially grow their startups.
From a 1 hour knowledge-packed SEO workshop by Kenneth Li (MDI Ventures), Chandra Firmanto (Indogen Capital), and Raditya Pramana (Ventura Discovery), you will learn important lessons derived from real-life experiences from our speakers about how they growth hacked multiple startups they’ve invested in to further expand their company portfolios.
About the Speakers:
Kenneth Li is the Managing Partner at MDI Ventures, a corporate venture capital initiative by Telkom Indonesia based in Jakarta with operations in Singapore and Silicon Valley. Being an avid investor at a young age, Kenneth Li started his own fund and has now managed several private portfolios. He is passionate about investment and the startup scene in Indonesia with specialty in financial analysis, asset management, deal sourcing, and fundraising.
Chandra Firmanto is the Managing Partner from Indogen Capital. Graduated from University of Southern California with a degree in Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies, he has a demonstrated history of working in the investment banking industry. Chandra is skilled in Start-up Ventures, Banking, Entrepreneurship, Strategic Planning, and Business Development.
Raditya Pramana is the Partner from Venturra Discovery, the Seed investment arm of Venturra Capital, Southeast Asia focused venture capital firm investing in early stage technology-based businesses. He was listed as Forbes Indonesia 30 under 30 in 2020. Prior to Venturra, he was an Associate at IMJ Investment Partners and responsible of the fund's early stage VC investments in Indonesia. Chosen as one of the Young Leaders for Indonesia by McKinsey & Company, and finished as a top 10 Graduate
Ashoka Advisor and former Head of Growth for Gojek's Financial Services