12 JANUARY 2023
THE LANGHAM, JAKARTA
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District 8, SCBD, Lot 28, Jakarta 12190, Indonesia
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DISTANCE TO HOTEL FROM
SOEKARNO-HATTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
18.6 miles / 30km, 30-min drive
SENAYAN MRT STATION
0.4 miles / 650m, 8-min walk
GBK BUSWAY STATION
0.5 miles / 750m, 10-min walk
The speakers were high quality, the audience was very engaged. The organization of the conference was top notch.
Amazed with how busy and successful the event is.
It’s great to see everybody in the industry here– from entrepreneurs to investors to allocators. If you’re looking for a great event to go to, then this is it.
As a platform DealStreetAsia is fantastic. To see such a vibrant attendance here is amazing. It was very comprehensive with a great mix of LPs and GPs.
It is certainly one of the better events here in Singapore for the whole PE and VC industry.
It brings together old and new friends. Very efficient way to network.
Appreciate the detailed and impressive organization of the event. It was very well-balanced.
The fact that the deals, the trust, all that is done in person and to have DealStreetAsia as a platform to do that feels great!
The panels were quite balanced with regards to gender diversity. It goes to show a real appreciation of the talent that is out there in the PEVC world.
It’s a good mix of investors, LPs and GPs, and at the same time, business owners.
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Prior to co-founding Alpha JWC, Jefrey was the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Groupon Indonesia, the leading daily deals site in Indonesia where he focused on technology, customer experience and logistics.
Before Groupon, Jefrey was a strategy consultant at The Boston Consulting Group where he primarily worked on strategy, market assessment and business plan development projects for some of the leading corporations in Indonesia. Jefrey also spent a few years at Ernst & Young Advisory Services where he specialized in performing share valuation projects relating to mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and IPO situations.
Jefrey is highly entrepreneurial. He has started various companies in Australia, China and Indonesia. Before starting Alpha JWC, Jefrey co-founded Alterra, Indonesia’s pioneer online bill payment platform.
Given his experience in strategy, technology, entrepreneurship and operations, Jefrey focuses on helping entrepreneurs on the right business strategy/model, how to scale up the business sustainably and achieve operational excellence.
Jefrey is an active member of Indonesia technology community where he is a mentor of Founder Institute and Endeavor, and he is on the board of advisors of ANGIN. He also currently sits on the board of some of Indonesia’s fastest growing startups, including Kopi Kenangan, Kredivo, and Lemonilo.
Jefrey obtained his MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management, and London Business School (International Exchange Program). Jefrey attended Harvard Business School for the Owner/President Management (OPM) program, a 3-year residential program for business owners and entrepreneurs, and he also attended the Summer Business Scholar Program at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Jefrey received his undergraduate degree in Business Systems from Monash University in Australia.
Jefrey is also a member of Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO), a premier leadership organization of chief executives in the world.
Prior to co-founding Goodwater, Eric was a Managing Director at Maverick Capital where he helped to build Maverick’s private investments and venture capital business. Eric was also a startup member of two technology companies spun out of Stanford University. Eric began his career as a consultant with McKinsey & Company.
Eric first learned to code as an undergrad at Yale University where he majored in Cognitive Science (Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude) and was a member of the Grammy-nominated Yale Cellos. Eric also received an MBA from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. Eric serves on the advisory board of the Johns Hopkins Alliance for Science and Technology and on the boards of the Asian Pacific Fund, College Track, and the St. Thomas More Chapel at Yale University.
He has extensive experience in consumer internet and is a global veteran of the banking and financial services industry. Over his career spanning more than two decades, he has developed and executed major growth strategies and led, operated, advised, and invested in companies of all sizes in the U.S., the U.K., India and Southeast Asia.
Sandeep was based in the U.S. and the U.K. in the first 15 years of his professional life. He started at Capital One in the U.S. developing product and credit strategies for underserved and upmarket consumers. Later, he was part of the investment team at Actis Capital, a London-based growth equity fund and covered opportunities in India and Africa. After that, at McKinsey and Company, he served prominent banks, insurers, and investors in Southeast Asia, the U.S. and Europe, on matters of growth and mergers and acquisitions.
Over the next five years, Sandeep led several consumer internet businesses in India. He was part of the senior leadership team at Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce company. As business unit head, he was the general manager and P&L owner for the home and furniture division. He served as the head of corporate strategy for the group contributing to a $4 billion fundraise in 2017 and the successful acquisition by Walmart in 2018. As the head of fintech, he scaled consumer, SME and vendor financing products to 1.3 million borrowers.
Thereafter, he was the managing director and chief executive officer for India at Truecaller, a consumer technology company with over 250 million monthly users. He directed global adtech, fintech and enterprise businesses, overseeing an increase of 4x in revenues to around $100 million in two years and paving the way for the company’s IPO.
Sandeep holds a B.Tech. from the Indian Institute of Technology (I.I.T.), Mumbai, India and an MBA from the London Business School (L.B.S.).
Though an avid traveller, paragliding pilot and deep-sea diver, Sandeep’s most incredible adventures these days are with his two sons in the parks of London.