People

Tribr is an innovation specialist that believes that innovation should not be just an ‘initiative’ but a Core of any organisation.

//tribr.tech/stage/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/tribr-ian.jpg

Ian Chong

Programme Lead and Business Development

Ian has been actively involved in building developer ecosystems in the APAC region, connecting corporates to grassroot communities. As the Regional Manager at AngelHack, the world largest hackathon organization, he successfully doubled the cities involved and built out a more robust partnership arrangement in the Chinese territory.

Ian led AngelHack’s APAC ecosystem & business development efforts. He oversaw the building of communities and execution of 15 hackathons in 2 months, drawing over 2000 tech talents and creating more than 300 hacks over 24-hours.

During his stint in a Venture Capital firm, he led the team in designing & executing corporate innovation programs, sourcing on average 100+ startups in each program & matching them with corporates to follow up with actual pilot projects.

Having worked with brands like Mastercard, FLIR, Maritime Port Authority of Singapore and UN Women, it gave him the opportunity to discover inherent flaws within the existing program designs that ultimately led him to build an innovation methodology built by the people, for the people.

//tribr.tech/stage/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/13007338_10153593855402005_8109254821830142012_n.jpg

Jin Hoo

UX Lead

Jin is an entrepreneur and UX specialist who has worked with clients ranging from billion dollar businesses to small enterprises, helping them find success with both internal and external projects in asia. He is passionate about speaking and giving workshops on gamification and UX design, and brings hands-on experience with product design and market fit to his work with Tribr.

Having also been employed by AngelHack, Jin helped promote the growth of the AngelHack brand in Asia and marketed its hackathons globally. As the programme designer for Tribr, Jin has worked with clients to utilize innovation where it is most needed in a company’s value chain.