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Asia Tech Podcast by Graham D Brown is Voice of the Asian tech ecosystem. Every week we publish a roundup of the key tech trends in Asia. We focus on the latest mega and meta trends that impact Asia from an investment and consumer perspective. More information @ our new website -> www.ATP.show

Latest Episodes

084: Graham Brown - What’s Going on in the Angel Investor community in Asia?

Angel Investors provide a critical role in the development of any tech ecosystem. Asia’s challenge is that it doesn’t have the backdrop of risk and depth of exits to create a generation of angel investors as we have seen in the US, Israel or in some parts of Europe. But that doesn’t mean Asia doesn’t have a worthy Angel network, it’s just that it’s going through its own growing pains. There are plenty of investors out there claiming to be “Angels” but who offer little value add to startups in terms of attitude to risk, domain knowledge and contacts. In today’s ATP we discuss how Asia’s Angel Investment network is maturing, where it needs help and, importantly, how startups need to work with this community on favorable terms.

63 MINjust now
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084: Graham Brown - What’s Going on in the Angel Investor community in Asia?

024: Graham Brown - Connecting the Dots as an Investor in Asia

This week we're talking about The life of a startup investor and advisor in Asia. The life of a startup investor and advisor in Asia, As investors we get to see a diversity of ideas and people every day. We learn new things constantly related to so many topics…We want to cover some of the things that we come across every day. In this episode we’ll talk about: TripAlly, SocialGiver, YDIN, Uteeni and Real Estate throughout the Continental US. Here are some the startups Michael is working with, featured in this show (background on each by Michael): 1) Met SocialGiver co...

73 MINjust now
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024: Graham Brown - Connecting the Dots as an Investor in Asia

502: Communication apps Tik Tok and Wesing capture global teen users | Asia Tech Podcast

In this episode of Asia Tech Podcast my trends explorer colleague Yi Jing Fly joins me to share her latest insights. We look at how communication apps Tik Tok and Wesing are dominating a global teen user base and why, despite Zuckerberg’s dismissal, this does not bode well for apps like Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Spotify. Tik Tok and Tencent’s Wesing are the first billion user apps out of Asia and they solve the customer problem in a fundamentally different way than Facebook and Google.

50 MIN2019 OCT 11
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502: Communication apps Tik Tok and Wesing capture global teen users | Asia Tech Podcast

501: Podcasting for Robots - Human Communication in the Era of the Machine | Asia Tech Podcast

I am sharing a new Audiobook called Podcasting for Robots. Podcasting for Robots is about human communication is the era of the machine. As businesses undergo radical change driven by digital transformation and hypergrowth technologies like Artificial Intelligence, they will be similarly forced to find their human voice. The more we push into Automation, the more businesses and customers will year for the human touch - conversational tools like Podcasts. Evolving platforms that do "everything with everybody" will end up offering the same products to the same customers, the only distinguishing barrier to entry left being the human beings who build and advocate the platform.

126 MIN2019 OCT 4
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501: Podcasting for Robots - Human Communication in the Era of the Machine | Asia Tech Podcast

500: A Story of Scorpions, Spin Bikes and Billionaires | Asia Tech Podcast

Enjoy this special celebration for the 500th episode of Asia Tech Podcast. I share the highlights and memorable moments of my podcast journey including the time I ate a scorpion, talked to 2 billionaire entrepreneurs (Rod Drury and Tony Fernandes), and recorded episodes on a bike, in a rice field, at the airport and on the airplane. It’s been a wild adventure, thank you for your support and feedback. Here’s to 500 more episodes.

55 MIN2019 SEP 27
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500: A Story of Scorpions, Spin Bikes and Billionaires | Asia Tech Podcast

499: Japanese high school girls, Chinese dating and audio innovation | Asia Tech Podcast

Young Asian Women have spent a long time on the outside of mainstream society looking in. That's why they are the first to break and re-make communications technologies... In the 90s it was mobile messaging. Today it's podcasting. In today's Asia Tech Podcast, it's all about reading distant signals from outsiders. I'm joined by my Mandarin & Japanese speaking colleague Yi Jing Zhou to share insights from China and Japan that will impact the world. What you'll learn about in Episode 499 - - how Japanese high school girls showed the world how to use the mobile phone as a messenger - how young Chinese are using podcasts as a dating tool - how the rise of mobile phones in the 1999 and podcasting in the 2019 look remarkably similar Discussed - Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox, Lizhi.fm, Pokeberu, Dengon Diaru, Anime, Whatsapp, Facebook, Karaoke, Grab, Gojek, Airasia, Tinder, Pandora

58 MIN2019 SEP 20
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499: Japanese high school girls, Chinese dating and audio innovation | Asia Tech Podcast

498: Howard Yu - Relentless Innovation from The Valley to Asia | Asia Tech Podcast

Howard Yu is the LEGO Professor of Management and Innovation at IMD Business School, and author of LEAP. In this conversation, we share top level insights from Howard’s talk at the Singapore Management Festival. We look at how companies innovate for hypergrowth, not just in the short term, but over generations. Howard shares case studies on innovative companies that may surprise you such as John Deere (an agricultural machinery manufacturer). We also take a look at success and failure in Asia’s hypercompetitive markets, the role of diversity in innovation, and the 3 steps organizational leaders can take to nurture more innovative cultures. It’s a conversation that looks under the hood of business success and failure, companies that include Amazon, AWS, Tencent, DBS, Kodak and GoJek.

44 MIN2019 SEP 13
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498: Howard Yu - Relentless Innovation from The Valley to Asia | Asia Tech Podcast

497: People are the product - How Platforms will compete | Asia Tech Podcast

I’m spending a couple of days with my client Xero down in Brisbane Australia this week for Xerocon. Xerocon is the manifestation of how a platform competes in this era of digital transformation. At the end of the day, it’s about people. Xero is an $8bn SAAS platform but it’s product isn’t really beautiful accounting software, it’s the whole experience - it’s this event, it’s every interaction with the people in the team and it’s their story. The physical software is just one tool in this bigger product suite. That’s the experience we as customers buy today.

29 MIN2019 SEP 7
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497: People are the product - How Platforms will compete | Asia Tech Podcast

496: Digital Transformation and the New Customer Experience | Asia Tech Podcast

In this special edition of Asia Tech Podcast I share an inside look on what’s happening in the fast moving world of Customer Experience in Asia. Case studies featured include Alibaba Hema, PingAn Financial, Grab, Uber, Emirates and Airasia. The challenge facing brands in Asia is their competition won’t come from the next guy in category, but from a completely different sector. This asynchronous competition - players like Alibaba or Amazon - will be well resourced and able to wipe out incumbents and with them generations of legacy. We look at how Asia is positioned to accommodate Digital Transformation and who is leading in this space.

94 MIN2019 AUG 31
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496: Digital Transformation and the New Customer Experience | Asia Tech Podcast

495: Why China Matters | Asia Tech Podcast

This week on Asia Tech Podcast, Geoffrey Handley and Chris Grimshaw-Jones from Haitao Capital joins Graham D Brown to talk about the impact China has on the global economy. For the next 50 mins, they discuss the difference between Singles Day & Black Friday Sales and the 9-9-6 formula employed by Chinese companies.

53 MIN2019 AUG 23
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495: Why China Matters | Asia Tech Podcast

Latest Episodes

084: Graham Brown - What’s Going on in the Angel Investor community in Asia?

Angel Investors provide a critical role in the development of any tech ecosystem. Asia’s challenge is that it doesn’t have the backdrop of risk and depth of exits to create a generation of angel investors as we have seen in the US, Israel or in some parts of Europe. But that doesn’t mean Asia doesn’t have a worthy Angel network, it’s just that it’s going through its own growing pains. There are plenty of investors out there claiming to be “Angels” but who offer little value add to startups in terms of attitude to risk, domain knowledge and contacts. In today’s ATP we discuss how Asia’s Angel Investment network is maturing, where it needs help and, importantly, how startups need to work with this community on favorable terms.

63 MINjust now
Comments
084: Graham Brown - What’s Going on in the Angel Investor community in Asia?

024: Graham Brown - Connecting the Dots as an Investor in Asia

This week we're talking about The life of a startup investor and advisor in Asia. The life of a startup investor and advisor in Asia, As investors we get to see a diversity of ideas and people every day. We learn new things constantly related to so many topics…We want to cover some of the things that we come across every day. In this episode we’ll talk about: TripAlly, SocialGiver, YDIN, Uteeni and Real Estate throughout the Continental US. Here are some the startups Michael is working with, featured in this show (background on each by Michael): 1) Met SocialGiver co...

73 MINjust now
Comments
024: Graham Brown - Connecting the Dots as an Investor in Asia

502: Communication apps Tik Tok and Wesing capture global teen users | Asia Tech Podcast

In this episode of Asia Tech Podcast my trends explorer colleague Yi Jing Fly joins me to share her latest insights. We look at how communication apps Tik Tok and Wesing are dominating a global teen user base and why, despite Zuckerberg’s dismissal, this does not bode well for apps like Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Spotify. Tik Tok and Tencent’s Wesing are the first billion user apps out of Asia and they solve the customer problem in a fundamentally different way than Facebook and Google.

50 MIN2019 OCT 11
Comments
502: Communication apps Tik Tok and Wesing capture global teen users | Asia Tech Podcast

501: Podcasting for Robots - Human Communication in the Era of the Machine | Asia Tech Podcast

I am sharing a new Audiobook called Podcasting for Robots. Podcasting for Robots is about human communication is the era of the machine. As businesses undergo radical change driven by digital transformation and hypergrowth technologies like Artificial Intelligence, they will be similarly forced to find their human voice. The more we push into Automation, the more businesses and customers will year for the human touch - conversational tools like Podcasts. Evolving platforms that do "everything with everybody" will end up offering the same products to the same customers, the only distinguishing barrier to entry left being the human beings who build and advocate the platform.

126 MIN2019 OCT 4
Comments
501: Podcasting for Robots - Human Communication in the Era of the Machine | Asia Tech Podcast

500: A Story of Scorpions, Spin Bikes and Billionaires | Asia Tech Podcast

Enjoy this special celebration for the 500th episode of Asia Tech Podcast. I share the highlights and memorable moments of my podcast journey including the time I ate a scorpion, talked to 2 billionaire entrepreneurs (Rod Drury and Tony Fernandes), and recorded episodes on a bike, in a rice field, at the airport and on the airplane. It’s been a wild adventure, thank you for your support and feedback. Here’s to 500 more episodes.

55 MIN2019 SEP 27
Comments
500: A Story of Scorpions, Spin Bikes and Billionaires | Asia Tech Podcast

499: Japanese high school girls, Chinese dating and audio innovation | Asia Tech Podcast

Young Asian Women have spent a long time on the outside of mainstream society looking in. That's why they are the first to break and re-make communications technologies... In the 90s it was mobile messaging. Today it's podcasting. In today's Asia Tech Podcast, it's all about reading distant signals from outsiders. I'm joined by my Mandarin & Japanese speaking colleague Yi Jing Zhou to share insights from China and Japan that will impact the world. What you'll learn about in Episode 499 - - how Japanese high school girls showed the world how to use the mobile phone as a messenger - how young Chinese are using podcasts as a dating tool - how the rise of mobile phones in the 1999 and podcasting in the 2019 look remarkably similar Discussed - Spotify, Stitcher, Castbox, Lizhi.fm, Pokeberu, Dengon Diaru, Anime, Whatsapp, Facebook, Karaoke, Grab, Gojek, Airasia, Tinder, Pandora

58 MIN2019 SEP 20
Comments
499: Japanese high school girls, Chinese dating and audio innovation | Asia Tech Podcast

498: Howard Yu - Relentless Innovation from The Valley to Asia | Asia Tech Podcast

Howard Yu is the LEGO Professor of Management and Innovation at IMD Business School, and author of LEAP. In this conversation, we share top level insights from Howard’s talk at the Singapore Management Festival. We look at how companies innovate for hypergrowth, not just in the short term, but over generations. Howard shares case studies on innovative companies that may surprise you such as John Deere (an agricultural machinery manufacturer). We also take a look at success and failure in Asia’s hypercompetitive markets, the role of diversity in innovation, and the 3 steps organizational leaders can take to nurture more innovative cultures. It’s a conversation that looks under the hood of business success and failure, companies that include Amazon, AWS, Tencent, DBS, Kodak and GoJek.

44 MIN2019 SEP 13
Comments
498: Howard Yu - Relentless Innovation from The Valley to Asia | Asia Tech Podcast

497: People are the product - How Platforms will compete | Asia Tech Podcast

I’m spending a couple of days with my client Xero down in Brisbane Australia this week for Xerocon. Xerocon is the manifestation of how a platform competes in this era of digital transformation. At the end of the day, it’s about people. Xero is an $8bn SAAS platform but it’s product isn’t really beautiful accounting software, it’s the whole experience - it’s this event, it’s every interaction with the people in the team and it’s their story. The physical software is just one tool in this bigger product suite. That’s the experience we as customers buy today.

29 MIN2019 SEP 7
Comments
497: People are the product - How Platforms will compete | Asia Tech Podcast

496: Digital Transformation and the New Customer Experience | Asia Tech Podcast

In this special edition of Asia Tech Podcast I share an inside look on what’s happening in the fast moving world of Customer Experience in Asia. Case studies featured include Alibaba Hema, PingAn Financial, Grab, Uber, Emirates and Airasia. The challenge facing brands in Asia is their competition won’t come from the next guy in category, but from a completely different sector. This asynchronous competition - players like Alibaba or Amazon - will be well resourced and able to wipe out incumbents and with them generations of legacy. We look at how Asia is positioned to accommodate Digital Transformation and who is leading in this space.

94 MIN2019 AUG 31
Comments
496: Digital Transformation and the New Customer Experience | Asia Tech Podcast

495: Why China Matters | Asia Tech Podcast

This week on Asia Tech Podcast, Geoffrey Handley and Chris Grimshaw-Jones from Haitao Capital joins Graham D Brown to talk about the impact China has on the global economy. For the next 50 mins, they discuss the difference between Singles Day & Black Friday Sales and the 9-9-6 formula employed by Chinese companies.

53 MIN2019 AUG 23
Comments
495: Why China Matters | Asia Tech Podcast
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