What the SE Asia Startup Ecosystem Will Look Like Post-Coronavirus, with Jeffrey Paine
As part of the Founder Institute’s new series of free online startup events for entrepreneurs practicing social distancing, we were pleased to welcome Jeffrey Paine, Managing Partner of Golden Gate Ventures and Director of Founder Institute Singapore on Tuesday, April 14th (12pm noon in Singapore) for a live, interactive webinar event on "What the SE Asia Startup Ecosystem Will Look Like Post-Coronavirus."
On this live startup webinar, Jeffrey Paine discussed the startup ecosystem in Asia and what to expect in the new economy. He covered topics ranging from new VC valuation metrics and expectations for 2020 to blue collar employees and online travel platforms. He also covered the question of "should I build a startup or keep my current job?" To jump to the section where Jeffrey gives his opinions on specific sectors, click to the 38-minute mark in the full-length video below.
Jeffrey Paine is the Founder and Managing Partner of Golden Gate Ventures, one of SE Asia's top seed venture funds. Jeffrey is also a Director at Founder Institute Singapore where he has helped over 115 companies graduate from the accelerator's program. He advises the Sydney Seed Fund, which focuses on early-stage companies in Australia. Previously he was a Director at Battle Ventures (Singapore), a Partner at Generation Origin (a cross border venture fund), Vice President at Cutler Venture Partners, and an Investment Manager at MPH Ventures.
Full webinar replay
Projections on how long the Coronavirus will last in Southeast Asian countries
Should you quit your job to build a startup full time?
Sectors that are doing well amidst COVID-19
On founders who were fundraising B.C. ("before Coronavirus")
The future of education technology and e-learning startups