12-14 February 2020 | Bali, Indonesia

Southeast Asia Summit 2020

Leveraging the Power of Networks

To put a spotlight on Southeast Asia’s economic upturn yet prevalent social issues, AVPN is bringing its inaugural sub-regional convening to Indonesia. Through an intimate setting to encourage meaningful connections, the 3-day summit will gather leading funders and capacity builders working across the continuum of capital who have an interest in the region.

Leveraging the power of the AVPN network, delegates will have the exclusive opportunity to be a part of a vibrant and diverse community that is driving the change it wishes to see. Join us to:

  • Advocate for causes that matter most to you,
  • Adapt regional best practices to market-specific innovations
  • Find local and international collaborators,
  • Identify a pipeline of deals investable opportunities, and
  • Achieve your goals on a much larger scale.

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Summit Schedule

Wed 12 Feb

Workshops and Masterclasses

A day of workshops and masterclasses, with deep dives into gender lens investing, plastic waste solutions, impact measurement, and more.

Thu 13 Feb

Main Day SEA Summit

International experts and engaging breakout sessions will bring together ~250 people for the main day Summit.

Fri 14 Feb

Site Visits

An exclusive opportunity to participate in site visits.


“Being with AVPN has helped us better understand the different players in the ecosystem. It has also encouraged us to be better collaborators by playing our part as a universal bank that connects clients to opportunities.”

Eugenia Koh Head, Impact Investing, Standard Chartered

“AVPN has helped us build our network with like-minded partners across Asia much faster and better than we could have ourselves. Without AVPN, these cross-sector programs would not have happened.”

Ross Baird, President, Village Capital

“There’s a real interest, unlike many forums, of collaboration. AVPN was able to help us identify good collaborators and they worked to help us bring together a group of people that enabled us to make that goal.”

Rebecca Boustead, Director Corp. Comms and Public Affairs, Kellogg's Asia Pacific

Key Speakers

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For enquiries, please contact
Ticketing - events@avpn.asia
Sponsorships - partnerships@avpn.asia

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