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Abhijeet Vijayvergiya is the Vice President for Asia Pacific at Capillary Technologies. Being one of the key role players at Capillary, Abhijeet has assisted the company in rapidly growing its footprint across the Asia Pacific retail market with significant customer wins and helped establish Capillary as an emerging market leader in the Omni channel Customer Engagement & Commerce space.
During his stint at Capillary, Abhijeet has been helping CXOs, Marketing Heads, and Retail Heads at some of the largest Retail & consumer brands across Asia in their journey towards being consumer ready and delivering delightful customer experiences through a single view of their customers, across all channels. Under his current role, he launched Capillary in new markets across Asia pacific including Indonesia, Thailand, and Malaysia and is leading the digital transformation of brands in these markets. He is also driving the Global Accounts Engagement for Capillary.
Prior to Capillary, Abhijeet has worked with Larsen & Toubro in the area of Hydrogen Economy and alternative energy. He has also held the role of Management Consultant at Renoir Consulting. Abhijeet holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.
Abhijit Ghosh and Zubin J Daruwalla
Abhijit is Singapore Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Leader and Tax Partner at PwC Singapore.
Zubin is the Southeast Asia Healthcare Consulting Director at PwC.
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Abhijit is the CEO of real-time multimedia analytics firm Graymatics. He previously cofounded Scintera, a fabless semiconductor company in 2001. A BS from IIT-Bombay and a PhD from University of Southern California, he has previously held key technical and management roles at Qualcomm, Ericsson, and Morphics.
Abhishek is a part of Towers Watson’s consulting team in Singapore as a Senior Consultant. He has extensive
experience in advising companies across industries on enhancing organizational performance by managing employee & customer engagement.
Able Cheong is a Senior Consultant with Hay Group Singapore. He designs and conducts leadership and competency development programs to help organisations realign their values, enhancing their competencies and capabilities, thus contributing to building a positive organisational climate.
Adam Flinter is Director at Golden Equator Consulting. He has close to two decades of varied experience across all aspects of the media – writing, television, digital media, copywriting, and marketing). Adam spent several years in the Middle East, helping to market and grow the digital arms of media companies before moving to Singapore to work in Marketing and Communications.
Adam Reynolds is Asia Pacific Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Saxo Markets, a licensed subsidiary of Saxo Bank, a leading Fintech specialist that connects people to investment opportunities in global capital markets. Adam joined Saxo Bank in 2014 and has more than 30 years’ experience in the financial markets as a macro trader and manager of financial markets trading, sales and portfolio management teams.
Adeline Hales is the Director and Head of Branding at iconic global marketing and communications agency, Young & Rubicam. Adeline is a
corporate consulting professional with extensive industry experience covering corporate branding, marketing, digital, and management consulting. In her current positive, Adeline is responsible for strategic brand consulting for the agency’s leading regional clients.
Before joining Y&R, Adeline held senior positions at top management consulting and technology firms consultancies, Oliver Wyman, Roland Berger, and IBM. Adeline’s current topics of interest – integrated branding, startup branding, and smart city development.
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