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JUNE 2018 INVESTOR BULLETIN
Thai tech pioneers at the Wild Digital Networking Series: Thailand
May was an eventful month for the Catcha family. Congratulations iflix on launching in two more countries, Zimbabwe and Egypt. And well done to Frontier Digital Ventures for raising A$14.4 million via a fully underwritten institutional and retail entitlement offer!

I'd like to extend a warm welcome to Stephanie Caunter, Catcha's new Global Director, Marketing and Communications! Stephanie will also be spearheading our events business, Wild Digital and we hope that with her vast industry experience, she will help propel both brands to greater heights as entities that are global disruptors and proudly Asian. 

Wild Digital was abuzz with their return to Bangkok, Thailand. I wasn't able to make it due to unforeseen circumstances. But I heard many positive reviews from attendees who had the opportunity to meet, learn and network with top pioneers in the Thai tech ecosystem.

Wild Digital's flagship Southeast Asia conference is only a month away! The team is working hard to put together a first-class programme with a stellar lineup of speakers who are all trailblazers in the SEA tech scene. Get your tickets before they run out, and I'll see you at Hilton Kuala Lumpur on 4-5 July 2018!

Patrick Grove
Co-Founder and Group CEO, Catcha Group

P.S.: We're giving out sponsored tickets for #WomenInTech to attend Wild Digital SEA 2018. Read on to find out how to redeem yours!
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WHAT CAUGHT CATCHA'S EYE
Research: Women-owned startups generate more revenue, despite receiving less than half the funding of male-founded companies 

Why Women-Owned Startups are a Better Bet by Women@BCG and MassChallenge looked at data on investment funding and revenues generated by 350 startups over 5 years. Women founded and co-founded startups received on average $935,000 in funding, less than half the $2.12 million that male-founded companies received. Despite this gap, women-owned companies generated more in revenue: $730,000 compared with $662,000. This is a return of 78% per dollar invested for startups founded by women (vs 31% for male-founded startups). This report explores the reasons behind this disparity, and what can be done to close the gap.

Learn more about overcoming this disparity at Wild Digital SEA 2018. Our panel of women tech pioneers will discuss how diversity in tech plays a significant part in any business' bottomline. More details on Wild Digital SEA below. 
Read the Publication Here
2000+ PEOPLE HAVE ATTENDED WILD DIGITAL AND THEY KEEP COMING BACK!
Wild Digital SEA 2018 Conference: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (4-5 July)
 
SEA's premier digital conference is back for the fourth year! The Wild Digital SEA Conference features an amazing lineup of speakers, a first-class main stage programme and unprecedented opportunities to network and connect with digital leaders from all over the globe.

For more details, visit Wild Digital's website and stay tuned for more announcements in the coming weeks!
Get Tickets to Wild Digital SEA 2018
#WomenInTech, Redeem Your Free Ticket Here
SPEAKER LINEUP
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