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Top 3 leadership thoughts | Oasis May features

Written by Joanna Ng Published on   2 mins read

From creating a startup to building a deep tech community, here are three recommended reads for May.

Every month, the Oasis team taps into a pool of highly regarded thought leaders around Asia to hear what they’re working on and the lessons they’ve learned. Here are three great reads from May.

Trung Hoang Nguyen on breaking into the vietnamese delivery scene

Trung Nguyen, CEO of Lozi, wants his firm to become the first Vietnamese startup to go public on the NYSE. Photo courtesy of Lozi.

Trung Nguyen is the founder of Lozi, a Vietnam-based e-commerce startup. He shares his journey on being an entrepreneur after working at Microsoft as a software engineer. He also talks about the startup scene in Vietnam.

Szeki Sim of SGInnovate about the constant need for reinvention in the deep tech space

SzeKi Sim is the executive director of community and brand at Singapore-based deep tech development firm SGInnovate. Photo courtesy of SGInnovate.

A seasoned and passionate marketer, Szeki Sim joined as part of SGInnovate’s pioneer team in 2016, with the goal of building a deep tech community from scratch, and enabling entrepreneurial scientists to build, commercialize, and scale globally-relevant deep tech innovations from Singapore.

In the interview, Sim shares her experience about starting a new role in the deep tech space and reflects on how her leadership style has evolved over the years.

Nagesh Devata on building Southeast Asia’s payment infrastructure

Nagesh Devata of Payoneer spoke with Oasis about the excitement and challenges of developing Southeast Asia’s digital payment architecture. Photo courtesy of Payoneer.

Nagesh Devata is the vice president for US-based fintech firm Payoneer in the APAC region, based in Singapore. He shares how the payment infrastructure has evolved over the past 25 years and how Payoneer seeks to improve financial inclusion in the region.

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