IPBA & AIJA | Learn & Network
10 May 2021 May 12:00 - 13:30 CEST
AIJA is hosting the third event of its series of online networking events titled “AIJA Learn & Network”, organised in partnership with other international lawyers’ associations.
On Monday 10 May, from 12:00 to 13:30 CEST, AIJA will be hosting the next event in partnership with Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA).
We will kick off with a short introduction and welcome from the Presidents of the two associations, Jack Li (IPBA) and François Barré (AIJA). This will be followed by a keynote address by Brian Cu, Co-Founder and Former President of GRAB Philippines, and current CEO and co-founder at Byahe Transport. During his “fireside chat”, he will be discussing the Asian tech start-up industry and its evolution in the last 10 years and the need for new policies that can better control this growing market.
The event will close with a social activity on a different platform especially designed for networking where you can move around your avatar to interact with others and join different conversations.
How to register
This is a free event for AIJA members. To join, please register here and you will receive the link to access via email.
Check IPBA event webpage here.
Brian Cu, Co-Founder and Former President of GRAB Philippines, and current CEO and co-founder at Byahe Transport
Brian started his career as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. During his time there he co-founded GoJek, the leading online ride-hailing app in Indonesia and became the CFO. In 2012, he co-founded the online fashion platform Zalora Philippines, where he was the managing director. He left in mid-2013 to co-found Grab Philippines, which expanded to include GrabFood and GrabPay. Brian served as its managing director until 2020, when he left to focus more time on his family, and now sits on the board of Cebu Air, Inc in addition to being with RedFox Labs, where he will help to launch RFox Media, a platform for influencers and brands to market directly to consumers in SE Asia.