Yesterday marked the end of our two-day conference in Jakarta. Curious about how Indonesia’s ultimate tech conference looked like for more than 5,000 of them who came? Here’s a peek at what some of them had to say.
Even before our conference took off, we could feel the excitement of our attendees.
The world has spoken. See you all at the TIAJKT2017 tmrw🦄🦄🦄
P/S: Let me know of you’re there too. ❤️ to connect! pic.twitter.com/caPRAdn9XJ
— Iqbal Rafi (@IqbalROfficial) October 31, 2017
tiajkt2017 here I come 🙌🎉
— Matias Sri Aditya (@matiassriaditya) October 31, 2017
The day was finally here! Many participants turned up bright and early.
— Farly Dewantara (@farlydewantara) November 1, 2017
— Andy Djojo Budiman (@andy_budiman) November 1, 2017
We also heard your voices regarding the long wait for registration. We promise to work harder to tackle this issue the next time we meet!
GoWork, our Official Working Area Partner, set up a working area for our attendees to get down to work and meet fellow techies.
— Nadine (@texastee) November 1, 2017
Day 1 was off to a great start with a full-house session at our ever-popular Product & Developer Stage!
— UXiD (UX Indonesia) (@uxindonesia) November 1, 2017
— Norman Sasono (@nsasono) November 1, 2017
— Petra Novandi (@petrabarus) November 2, 2017
— Rifda Younanda Mutia (@rifdaym) November 2, 2017
Meanwhile, marketers were eagerly soaking up new knowledge on how to optimise their marketing campaigns at the Marketing Stage.
— rahneputri.com (@rahneputri) November 1, 2017
— Charles Tidswell (@charlestidswell) November 1, 2017
Missed out on the “How to pitch to a VC” session at the #Startup 101 Stage? These slides (link in tweet below) will come in handy.
Thanks for speaking at tiajkt2017 earlier today, your keynote is really helpful, especially for me and my cofounder 🙂
— Dy (@a_liondy) November 1, 2017
The most exciting panel discussions took place on our Main Stage, as we picked the brains of industry leaders.
Love the discussions on tiajkt2017
Looking forward for tomorrow’s session! pic.twitter.com/pCFPpnPFXp
— Iqbal Rafi (@IqbalROfficial) November 1, 2017
The Revenue Stage wasn’t spared from the crowd either – it was abuzz with excitement from hungry salesmen and entrepreneurs looking to grow their bottom line.
— Ratri Chibi (@Ratrichibi) November 2, 2017
llao llao yogurt ice cream was a hot favourite amongst the attendees, giving us a much-needed energy boost after all those talks and networking.
Before we knew it, Tech in Asia Jakarta was coming to a close with our signature and hotly-anticipated Arena pitch battle. Seven startups took the stage and had five minutes each to convince the judges that their startup is worth investing in.
Andalin, a logistics startup that helps small businesses with import and export procedures, went on to emerge as the winner. Congratulations!
— JAIS (@mrjhais) November 2, 2017
While Arena marked the end of the conference, we’re sure plenty of collaboration opportunities lie ahead for many of the startups. It certainly made our day to hear about attendees enjoying themselves and forging new friendships with others in the tech scene.
— Upstart Alliance (@upstartadvice) November 2, 2017
Great two days with TIAJKT2017
— Ebed Kharistian (@Ebedkm) November 2, 2017
A huge THANK YOU to all our volunteers who took the time out to help with this event!
— Radina Ajeng (@radinaAP) November 2, 2017
With Tech in Asia Jakarta 2017 done and dusted, we’re looking forward to our next conference- #tiasg2018, happening on 15 & 16 May 2018. Mark your calendars, we’ll see you then!