The first of the special episodes, as TWIA is a supporting media partner for Echelon 2010, we bring together two special guests, Mohan Belani the lead organizer and his team from E27 Singapore who brings together the top web-tech startups within Asia to Singapore, and Guang Ming Yong, CEO of Social Wok to talk about the upcoming conference, the story of Social Wok and their experience from Unconference 2009 to TechCrunch 50. They also discuss their own thoughts on the topic of cloud computing. Update: Ming Yong, who is originally intended to be the moderator for the panel, “Changing Enterprise 2.0: Implications of Cloud Computing, Social and Web Services”, will not be able to attend.
About Social Wok: Socialwok was founded on the premise that if social networks like Facebook and Twitter were so effective in helping us communicate with our friends, then why should we continue to depend on the ineffciencies of CC or BCC emails to collaborate at work with colleagues. Socialwok was created to allow organizations to harness the ease and power of rich media and feeds to improve collaboration and communication. (Right: Ming Yong Guang, CEO, Social Wok)
About E27 SG and Echelon 2010: Echelon 2010 (formerly known as unConference Singapore) aims to be at the frontier of the Internet and web technology landscape, where the main focus will be in bringing together the top brass of the web technology industry from various parts of the startup eco-system to facilitate discussion on the hot topics in the web startup scene. Founded in 2006, E27 is a community for passionate individuals with fresh, visionary mindsets on the Asian consumer web/mobile industry. Based in Singapore, we have a regional outlook and are committed to growing the industry through support for entrepreneurship and specialized events with corporate and public organizations.(Right: Mohan Belani, E27 and lead organizer for Echelon 2010)