ERIC HUNG NGUYEN: Co-founder/CEO of Spores Network.
He had been a Senior Investment Analyst at Elliott Management with over $35bn assets under management.
DUC LUU: Co-founder/Chairman of Spores Network.
Duc had been founder of The Edge Learning Centers till it was sold to Rise Education Cayman Limited before its U.S. IPO in late 2017 at a valuation of $1bn+. He then spent two years as CSO and CEO of The Edge business unit for Rise Education Cayman Ltd, developing or partnering on new product innovation as well as lead M&A opportunities. A big-picture thinker, he offers strategic insight and a wealth of edtech and proptech industry knowledge and has proven experience in seizing market opportunities and growing business.
THO TRAN: Founder of Sonat game
8+ years of experience in game development, responsible for some of the most-played and downloaded games in Japanese, Korean and, European markets.
NGUYEN KHANH DUY: Engineering Manager of Sky Mavis
After several years building search engines and content distribution platforms at Tinhvan, Duy was co-founded Tofu Game studio. He launched 15 titles; among them were 2 massive multiplayer games that gave a lot of experiences. He also acts as director of R&D at One Mount Group
DENNIS H. CHOOKASZIAN: Former Chairman and CEO of CNA Insurance
He also served as a director on the board of thirteen publicly traded corporations, and currently serves on the board of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He is currently the Global Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency Association Board Advisor at Spores Network.
RISHAD TOBACCOWALA: CGO at Publicis Groupe
Publicis Groupe, an advertising and communications firm whose 80,000 employees worldwide are dedicated to delivering marketing and business transformation. For his pioneering innovation, BusinessWeek named Tobaccowala one of the top business leaders, and he also was dubbed one of five marketing innovators by TIME magazine. He regularly presents keynotes at industry conferences and speaks at well-known global organizations, such as Kellogg's, IBM, Amazon, Google, and Facebook.