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A Conversation with Ajey Gore (CTO of GO-JEK)


Hadyan Palupi9 Januari 2018

A Conversation with Ajey Gore (CTO of GO-JEK)


We are excited to invite you for a fireside chat and Q&A session with a special guest, Ajey Gore, Chief Technology Officer of GO-JEK, moderated by Peng T. Ong, Managing Partner of Monk’s Hill Ventures, co-hosted by our friends at GO-JEK. Get insights from one of Indonesia's leading company and connect with fellow tech enthusiasts!


  • 5.00pm - 5.30pm: Registration
  • 5.30pm - 6.10pm: Fireside chat
  • 6.10pm - 6.30pm: Q&A session
  • 6.30pm - 8.00pm: Networking Session

Refreshments and light bites will be provided during the networking session. There are a limited number of seats available for the event, RSVP now to secure your spot!

About the Speaker

Ajey Gore is Group CTO at GO-JEK, with 18 years of experience in building core technology strategy across diverse domains. Ajey is currently helping GO-JEK to deliver a transport, logistics, lifestyle and payments platform – offering 18 products, owned and operated by GO-JEK. Ajey’s interests include machine learning, networking and scaling products. Prior to his role in GO-JEK, Ajey founded CodeIgnition, which was acquired by GO-JEK. Before that, Ajey served ThoughtWorks as their Head of Technology. Ajey is also an active influencer in technology community, in which he had organised various not-for-profit conferences such as RubyConf, GopherCon and DevOpsDays.

About the Moderator

Peng was the co-founder and CTO of Match.com (acquired by IAC). After Match.com, he was the founder and CEO of Interwoven, which went public on NASDAQ and grew to a $10B market cap, before being acquired and is now part of HP. After Interwoven, Peng founded Encentuate (acquired by IBM). Most recently, Peng was a Partner at GSR Ventures, a leading VC in China. Peng has also served on many boards, including SingTel and YY.com. He is currently the Chairman of SolveEducation!. Peng earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas and an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois.