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Post-Conference Survey

Thank you for coming to the NSI Annual Conference 2017.

To help us in our planning for next year's annual conference, please rate the various sessions and events on the following scale: 1 (lowest rating) to 5 (highest rating). If you did not attend the session below, please leave the question blank.

Thank you for your continued support. 

Conference - Morning Activities
[SESSION 1] SEA Tech: From Rapid Adoption to Fundamental Disruption | Identifying the Compelling Themes (Shane Chesson and Hian Goh)
[SESSION 2] SEA Tech: From Rapid Adoption to Fundamental Disruption | Delivering on the Investment Promise (Shane Chesson and Hian Goh)
[SESSION 3] Fintech: Rethinking Credit for the Underbanked (Akshay Garg, FinAccel)
[SESSION 4] Edtech: Shaping Learning Technology for Regional Needs (Dr Pham Minh Tuan, Topica)
[SESSION 5] Healthtech: Building Mobile Healthcare for Indonesia & Beyond (Jonathan Sudharta, HaloDoc)
[SESSION 6] Deep Tech: The Region's Emerging Innovation Opportunity (Introduced by Steve Leonard, SGInnovate; Peter Ho, HOPETechnik; Ofir Shalev, CXA; Kuldeep S Rajput, Biofourmis)
Conference - Afternoon Activities (for LPs only)
[SESSION 7] Fund Performance and Strategy Discussion
[SESSION 8] Operations Team Updates
[SESSION 9] Portfolio Updates
[SESSION 10] Closing Remarks
Other Conference Activities and Other Aspects
Welcome Dinner on 27 April 2017 (Thursday)
Morning Snacks and Coffee Break
Lunch at Kwee Zeen Restaurant
Closing Dinner and Cocktails at Tanjong Beach Club
Optional Activities for LPs and Portfolio Companies Only
Rotimatic Manufacturing Visit on 27 April 2017 (Thursday)
SGInnovate Incubation Hub Visit on 27 April 2017 (Thursday)
Love, Bonito Showroom Visit on 27 April 2017 (Thursday)
Brunch at Pollen on 29 April 2017 (Saturday)
Venue and Accommodation
Sofitel Sentosa Resort
Other Comments and Suggestions
Would you prefer NSI to hold its Annual Conference periodically in other parts of Southeast Asia (ie. outside of Singapore)?
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