Monthly Archives: July, 2019

Podcast S3 C-suite-to-venture-capitalist-Rhetoriq
Red Envelope, Ep 9: From the C-Suite to VC
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Overview We hope you enjoy this podcast. Be sure to keep up with the latest discussion and join in the conversation on Twitter! Over the past few years, we have seen several senior execs in banks move into the startup/fintech community. That journey is certainly not an easy one, especially when one serves at the
Podcast S3 Rhetoriq-Hong-Kong-bustling-innovation-unsplash
Red Envelope, Ep 8: Hong Kong bustling with Innovation
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Overview We hope you enjoy this podcast. Be sure to keep up with the latest discussion and join in the conversation on Twitter! “Innovation will continue to be a driving force in Asia as fintechs and banks both develop new platforms services for the increasingly connected consumers in Asia.” Asia has long been bustling with
Podcast S3 food-tech-rhetoriq-future
Red Envelope, Ep 7: Food on the Chain
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Overview We hope you enjoy this podcast. Be sure to keep up with the latest discussion and join in the conversation on Twitter! Several emerging economies have most of their population depending on Agriculture for their livelihoods. However, across the world, loss of food in the supply chain is still a major issue. Listen into
Podcast S4 smartphone-algorithm-rhetoriq-people-tech
Judge me by my Cover, Ep 7: A future beyond algorithms
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Overview We hope you enjoy this podcast. Be sure to keep up with the latest discussion and join in the conversation on Twitter! In this episode of our podcast, Theodora Lau and Bradley Leimer continue the discussion about China, advancements of data analytics, and exchange of value in a data economy. Hosts Arunkumar Krishnakumar Venture
Podcast S4 east-meets-west-fintech-rhetoriq
Judge me by my Cover, Ep 6: East Leapfrogs the West
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Overview We hope you enjoy this podcast. Be sure to keep up with the latest discussion and join in the conversation on Twitter! According to CB Insights, there are 41 fintech unicorns valued in aggregate at US $154.1 billion. This includes 25 US-based startups, 8 based in Asian, and the remaining 8 split between Europe,