Inspired by BJ Habibie’s Spirit, Sagara X CEO #1 Was Successful

(Left to right) Ary Mozta (VP of Storytelling and Communication as representative of CEO of Nodeflux), Gito Wahyudi (CEO of Cartenz Technology), Ahmad Rizqi M (CEO of Feedloop), Delta Purna W (CEO of Qiscus) and Adi Arriansyah (CEO Sagara Technology).

Jakarta, December 7, 2019 – The Sagara x CEO event held by Sagara Technology is going well with an enthusiastic audience. Inspired by the great vision of the 3rd President of the Republic of Indonesia, B.J Habibie, Sagara Technology believes that the young generation has a great role and potential to advance Indonesia through technology. At this event, the audience was met with a Startup CEO / Digital Company that managed to bring good change for Indonesia. There are several startup CEOs present including Gito Wahyudi (CEO of Cartenz Technology), Ahmad Rizqi M (CEO of Feedloop), Delta Purna W (CEO of Qiscus) and Ary Mozta (VP of Storytelling and Communication as representative of CEO of Nodeflux).

At this event, the audience is invited to discuss how to develop a business or startup in order to have a high market value. Begin with finding an idea, an interesting idea that will steal the attention of investors that lead to investment in our business. However, “Starting a business or startup without validating an idea is the wrong way,” Said Delta Purna W (CEO of Qiscus). In validating an idea, there are several stages, among others, by sharing ideas with the people closest to find out their suggestions, analyze the existence of competitors, market research and then do crowdfunding to help set it up.

At this moment, they also told that the next steps to be taken in advancing technology included Gito Wahyudi (CEO of Cartenz Technology), which wanted to help local governments automate government processes, Ahmad Rizqi M (CEO of Feedloop) and Delta Purna W (CEO Qiscus) will turn their startup into an international class company or word class company, then from Ary Mozta (VP Storytelling and Communication as a representative of Nodeflux CEO) that Nodeflux has plans to produce its own chips for edge computing.

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