Perry Warjiyo SE, MSc, Ph.D was born in Sukoharjo on February 25, 1959, appointed as Governor of Bank Indonesia for the period 2018-2023. He earned a Bachelor of Economics degree from Gadjah Mada University. He also continued his master's and doctoral degrees in monetary and international fields at Iowa State University, Ames USA.
Dean of Faculty Economics & Business & he has Doctoral degree from Victoria University and active in many international conferences and seminars
Prof. Dr. Candra Fajri Ananda, SE, M.Sc has had a long and brilliant career in academic and has been appointed in many strategic positions such as Dean of Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Brawijaya (2013-2017), FGD members for the discussion of BI Bill (2015 – now), the Leaders of the DPN (National Management Board) AFEBI (Association of the Indonesian Faculty of Economics and Business (2015-2017), Vice President of Abest21 (accreditation institution) in Tokyo (2015-2017), Head of UB Dean Forum (2013-2017), Head of Indonesian Economist Association – ISEI Malang (2015-2018) and many of other strategic positions.
Dr Lee Ching Hoe
An enthusiastic leader, with 25 years of industry working experiences, including more than 15 years in Multi-National Corporation’s management and leadership position. Passionate in consulting, mentoring and leading organisation development.
Dr. Scott Hipsher
Dr. Scott Hipsher is an American professor who lectures and writes in strategic areas examining development issues in the Asian-Pacific region, where he has lived and worked for over 20 years. In particular, his expertise is in management studies, wealth creation and poverty reduction, social responsibility and international business. His research interests also include innovation and microenterprises in ethnic minority communities in Southeast Asia.
Dr. Ankit Katrodia, Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences at the Mafikeng Campus - South Africa
Prof Jay Rajasekera, Tokyo International University Japan
Jay Rajasekera is currently Professor of Digital Business and Strategy at the Institute of International Strategy (IIS) in Tokyo International University and also serves as a Vice President.
Professor Rajasekera’s professional career started in 1984 at Bell Laboratories in New Jersey, USA upon earning his Ph.D. from North Carolina State University. Among his many contributions at Bell Laboratories, he designed a "repeater optimization" computer algorithm for the construction of the world's first Undersea Fiber Optic Cable TAT-8 between the US and Europe, which saved millions of dollars of construction costs. His patented algorithm has been in use for designing multi-billion dollar Undersea Fiber Optic Cable systems, which carry a large percentage of the Internet traffic today for major telecommunication carriers. He also earned the Special Contribution Award twice by Bell Laboratories. These algorithms helped AT&T save millions more and win undersea cable projects around the world totaling more than 20 billion USD. In addition, one of his online scheduling systems has been in use for accepting multi-billion dollars of orders per year at Lucent Technologies.
You need to register online. The zoom link will be shared H-3 (3 days before the event)
8:30 A.M. - 9.30 A.M.
In this opening session, the host, co-host, sponsor will open the conference.
9.30 A.M - 9.45 A.M
Taking photo together
9.45 A.M. - 11.20 A.M.
11.20 A.M. - 12.00 A.M.
12.00 A.M. - 12.30 A.M.
12.30 A.M. - 15.00 A.M.
15.00 A.M. - 15.30 A.M.
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Kartika Plaza, Kuta
Bali, Indonesia, 80361