Southeast Asia is the next growth market. As China’s economy begins to slow, more and more investors, from Silicon Valley to Beijing and everywhere in between, are eyeing Southeast Asia. To better facilitate investment, Parkpine Capital is organizing the first annual Global Ventures Summit in Bali from April 19-20, 2017.

To learn more about the Summit as well as why Southeast Asia is becoming more of a focus, we caught up with Ahmed Shabana, Managing Partner at Parkpine Capital.

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John Artman

John Artman is the Editor in Chief for TechNode, the leading English information source for news and insight into China’s tech and startups, and co-host of the China Tech Talk podcast, a regular discussion...