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Yana Robbins is a serial entrepreneur and the founding editor at Jumpstart Magazine. She has over 15 years of e-commerce and web design experience and has advised hundreds of startups, non-profits and corporations on digital marketing, search engine optimization and monetization strategies. Yana loves all things “eco” and enjoys photography, planting edible wild plants and cooking in her spare time.
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Paul Orlando
Paul Orlando cofounded and ran Hong Kong’s first startup accelerator, AcceleratorHK. He advises startups around the world on lean startup, customer development, and analytics. He now lives in California and just published Startup Sacrilege, a book written for startups outside of tech hubs.[/ezcol_1quarter] [ezcol_1quarter]


Mush Panjwani has been a successful sales trainer and motivational speaker for over 28 years. He’s worked with corporates, entrepreneurs, managers and sales teams in 17 countries across Asia Pacific. Mush is also the author of “Dhinchak Life” and the founder of “Dinchack”  a company that provides corporate training and consulting.[/ezcol_1quarter] [ezcol_1quarter_end]

Sharon Maloney
Sharon Maloney is a true blue Hong Konger, born and raised to British and Chinese parents, Sharon works in local education and as a freelance writer for various HK publications. In her free time, she can be found on a beach in Cheung Chau, eating, writing, or with a large cocktail in her hand. Her blog is  jasmine-ginger.com[/ezcol_1quarter_end] [ezcol_1quarter]


Mark Altosaar is happiest when he’s leading the creation of products and services that improve the lives of people. He’s managed the product and user experience strategy for websites and software used by millions around the world. He teaches for General Assembly and consults on various projects.
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Rachel Lyubovitzky is a successful serial entrepreneur whose experience spans the full spectrum of strategic and tactical organizational activity in software technology industry. She is a graduate of Wharton Executive MBA program and earned her Master’s degree in Computer Science from Brandeis University. She is also an avid traveler and has visited over fifty countries. [/ezcol_1quarter] [ezcol_1quarter]


Michael Wolczyk has over 10 years of experience in the digital space managing P&L targets with xxx-million budgets, re-launching websites, Search Engine Optimization, Conversion Rate Optimisation, Customer Relationship Management, Customer Value.[/ezcol_1quarter] [ezcol_1quarter_end]

Rosalyn Smith is a South African based consultant who specializes in social media, copywriting, and  project management. Her happy place, however, is storytelling.

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Sandra Wu is a Canadian online marketer who left home to explore startup ecosystems around the world. Having met entrepreneurs from Hong Kong, Berlin, Budapest, Madrid and Toronto, she is endlessly fascinated by stories of ingenuity, triumph and failure. When she’s not nerding out over the latest marketing trends, she’s chronicling her childlike view of the world in her blog She Lives the World
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Audrey Reisdorffer is originally from France, but now firmly settled in Hong Kong, Audrey studied social entrepreneurship initiatives in France and shows strong interest for social enterprises, sharing economy and sustainable development. She is also a marketer with 7 years of experience and is currently involved in organizing events for the private equity and venture capital industry.

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Michael Michelini is an American Internet entrepreneur in South China. He has a blog and podcast at GlobalFromAsia.com and also hosts training via ChinaBusinessWorkshop.com

 

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 Matt Slater has been inspecting factories in China and East Asia since 2009 and is happy to admit that personal experiences played a large part in creating this article. Seeking a more convenient way to check Chinese companies led him to create China Checkup, the online company verification service. 

 

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Iris Leung is a tech journalist covering entrepreneurship and ecosystem news in Asia-Pacific as editor of Singapore-based e27.  She recently completed a masters of journalism degree from the University of Hong Kong.
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Dr Bernard Leong is the Vice President (Digital Services), Singapore Post. Other than his corporate role, he’s also an entrepreneur in residence for INSEAD Business School and a mentor of Joyful Frog Digital Incubator (JFDI.Asia). He is an angel investor who has invested in interesting companies (Lunch Actually, Prizle and Ideal Workspace), runs his personal blog bernardleong.com and a weekly podcast called Analyse Asia.

 

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Rico Wyder,  heads up the global expansion efforts in the Asia Pacific region for Fiksu, the mobile app marketing experts. Rico’s roots run deep in the mobile space as an entrepreneur and angel investor in mobile apps, m-commerce and mobile marketing ventures including Cassiber, Foodpanda, and tenCube (acquired by McAfee). 

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Rahul Varshneya is the co-founder of Arkenea, a mobile app consultancy that helps businesses and entrepreneurs by creating experience-rich mobile apps; and co-founder of Foster, a content marketing platform.  Rahul is also a mentor and mobile strategy advisor.

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Sarah Graham was most recently an Online Managing Editor at SCMP. She describes herself as a “hands-on senior manager with journalistic background working in a very competitive and pressurised online department of a large national and regional newspaper company. Has sound editorial, legal and commercial judgment, is a good communicator and forward planner. ”
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Paul Orlando
Paul Orlando cofounded and ran Hong Kong’s first startup accelerator, AcceleratorHK. He advises startups around the world on lean startup, customer development, and analytics. He now lives in California and just published Startup Sacrilege, a book written for startups outside of tech hubs.[/ezcol_1quarter] [ezcol_1quarter]


Mush Panjwani has been a successful sales trainer and motivational speaker for over 28 years. He’s worked with corporates, entrepreneurs, managers and sales teams in 17 countries across Asia Pacific. Mush is also the author of “Dhinchak Life” and the founder of “Dinchack”  a company that provides corporate training and consulting.[/ezcol_1quarter] [ezcol_1quarter_end]

Sharon Maloney
Sharon Maloney is a true blue Hong Konger, born and raised to British and Chinese parents, Sharon works in local education and as a freelance writer for various HK publications. In her free time, she can be found on a beach in Cheung Chau, eating, writing, or with a large cocktail in her hand. Her blog is  jasmine-ginger.com[/ezcol_1quarter_end]