24 OCTOBER 2017



0900 - 1000

Light Bites & Registration

Opening and Welcome Address

1000 - 1015

Mr. Paulus Sutisna

President Director, DBS Indonesia

Keynote Speech – Youth Entrepreneurship and Social Innovation

1015 - 1045

Without a doubt, youth entrepreneurship is on the rise, with many youth choosing careers that create impact through social innovation. Hear from our keynote speaker as he explores the role of youth entrepreneurship in bringing growth and change to the society, as well as how can such entrepreneurs be supported.

Prof. Dr. Ir. Kuntoro Mangkusubroto

Founder, School of Business and Management of the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB)

Spotlight on a Changemaker – Journey of a Social Entrepreneur

1045 - 1100

Hear from Indonesia’s very own social entrepreneur who has been featured on Forbes Asia’s 30-under-30 listing. Gain insights from his sharing of challenges and triumphs in pursuing his social innovations.

Mr Muhammad Alfatih Timur

Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Kitabisa.com

Panel Discussion – Continuous Innovation: A Necessity for Successful Entrepreneurship?

1100 - 1200

In an ever-changing landscape driven by consumers, businesses cannot afford miss listening to what the market needs. Panelists will be invited to share their thoughts on how businesses should develop this skill of putting ear to the ground while their eyes scan the skies for opportunities. What can social enterprises, often with limited resources do to ensure that innovation remains a cornerstone in their operations?

Prof. Dr. Ir. Kuntoro Mangkusubroto

Founder, School of Business and Management of the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB)

Ms. Janine Teo

Chief Executive Officer, SolveEducation!

Mr. Leonardo Koesmanto

Head, Digital Bank Indonesia, DBS

Mr Muhammad Alfatih Timur

Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Kitabisa.com

Ms Leona Tan (Moderator)

Head, DBS Foundation


1200 - 1330


Parallel Masterclasses on Capacity Building

1330 - 1500

Get Funded! – Becoming “investment-worthy”

Around the world, there are stories of how impact investments are meeting needs in areas such as education, clean technology, and financial inclusion for the poor. Yet, in a study conducted by Thomson Reuters Foundation, less than 30% of social entrepreneurs in Asia believe that it is easy to access investment. How can social enterprises better pitch and make their case? What do social impact investors look for when making decisions?

Mr. Mark Cheng

Managing Director, Ashoka

Ms. Mona Monika

Executive Director, PT DBS Bank Indonesia

Get Heard! – Engaging Millennials and Leveraging Digital Media

The new age of communications has dawned and is only going to get more digital. These changes are demanding creative ways of reaching out to our audience who are mostly the millennials. Often, marketers feel ill-equipped to meet these challenges. Hear from these practitioners on how they are riding on the wave of the new marketing normal as well as engage the millennials.

Mr. Antonny Liem


Mr. Yoris Sebastian

Founder & Creative Thinker, OMG Consulting

Ms. Dewi Meisari Haryanti (Moderator)

Associate, UKM Center Feb UI

Get Together! – Going for Winning Partnerships

Collaboration with corporations have moved beyond seeking sponsorships and grants. Today, corporations are working with startups and social innovators through multiple platforms including acceleration programs, investments, and collaborative R&D. On the flipside, social enterprises are also partnering with corporations with an intention to further their reach and business. Hear from both sides of the coin on what it takes to form successful partnerships.

Ms. Fida Renata Heyder

Head of SMB Marketing, Google Indonesia

Mr. Irving Hutagalung

Audience Evangelism Manager, Microsoft

Ms. Lieselotte Heederik

Co-Founder & Director, Nazava Water Filters

Mr. Romy Cahyadi (Moderator)

Executive Director, UnLtd Indonesia


1500 - 1530

Tea break

Parallel Fireside Chat with Social Entrepreneurs and Industry Players - Being on the Frontline

1530 - 1630

Becoming Investment-Ready: Taking the Enterprise to the Next Level

Hear from two social entrepreneurs on how they prepared their enterprises to be attractive to early venture capitalists and impact investors.

  • Since 2013, founder and CEO of Vasham, Irvan Kolonas, has helped more than 12,683 farmers in Indonesia. Over the past 3 years, the Ernst & Young Social Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 award winner has secured multiple investments from various investors.

  • Neil D’Souza, the CEO of Zaya Learning Labs has been using technology to bridge the gaps in education to more than 50,000 students across the globe. He has been featured on Forbes and TEDx and over the years, secured investments from different corporate investors.

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Mr. Irvan Kolonas

Founder and CEO, PT Vasham Kosa Sejahtera

Mr. Neil D’Souza

Founder and CEO, Zaya Learning Labs

Ms. Stephanie Arrowsmith (Moderator)

Co-Founder, Impact Hub Jakarta

Telling Your Story: Standing out in the Crowd

In an ever changing and competitive landscape, hear from two social enterprises on how they differentiated themselves from the crowd.

  • Siam Organic has been recognized globally for its third-party verified social impact, some of the awards include: - Grand Prize Winner at DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge Asia 2016, Winner of the Chivas Venture 2017, ‘Spark the Fire’ Champion at Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2016, among many others.

  • Since 2014, Mycotech have been using the natural technology of the mycelia mushroom, in place of toxic chemicals, to form superior building materials. The usage of an unlikely source of material to build homes led Mycotech to be awarded the first runner-up in the Shell-Livewire’s Top 10 Innovation Award 2016.

Mr. Adi Reza Nugroho

CEO, Mycotech

Mr. Peetachai (Neil) Dejkraisak

CEO, Siam Organic Co Ltd

Ms Augustine Merriska (Moderator)

Community Impact Director, PLUS

Open Mic - Pitching to Impact Investors

1630 - 1745

Shortlisted innovative social entrepreneurs will be given the opportunity to pitch to a panel of impact investors. Loosely adopting a format similar to “Shark Tank”, the panel of impact investors will provide critique, feedback, and, if deemed appropriate, make an offer to invest in, advise, support one/some of the social enterprises.

Mr. Dondi Hananto

Principal, Patamar Capital

Ms. Mariko Asmara

Member, Angel Investment Network (ANGIN)

Mr. Mark Cheng

Managing Director, Ashoka

Ms. Euleen Goh (Moderator)

Chairperson, DBS Foundation

Closing Remarks

1745 - 1800

Ms. Leona Tan

Head, DBS Foundation

Networking & Reception

1800 onwards

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