Everyone is very welcome to the next Startup Disrupt online live stream 28th May 2-4PM CEST! In May we’ll live stream from Czechia, Europe amazing event with 2 extraordinary speakers Hua Fung Teh (Group President, ONE Championship) and top athlete and champion Aung La N Sang!👊
📡The event will be online streamed for registered visitors.
👉Please register to receive a link 1 day prior event here: https://bit.ly/2ylGAkw
✅2:00-2:05PM CEST – Welcome Speech
✅2:05-3:00PM CEST – Fireside Chat with Hua Fung Teh (Group President, ONE Championship)
✅3:00-3:45PM CEST – Fireside Chat with Aung La N Sang(Burmese Python)
About ONE Championship:
ONE Championship (ONE) is Asia’s largest global sports media property in history with a global broadcast reach of 2.7 billion potential viewers across 150+ countries. ONE is a celebration of Asia’s greatest cultural treasure, and its deep-rooted Asian values of integrity, humility, honor, respect, courage, discipline, and compassion.
ONE Championship currently has offices in Singapore, Tokyo, New York City, Los Angeles, Shanghai, Milan, Beijing, Bangkok, Manila, Jakarta, and Bangalore. Institutional investors in ONE Championship include Sequoia Capital, Temasek Holdings, GIC, Iconiq Capital, Greenoaks Capital, and Mission Holdings.
ONE has achieved some of the highest TV ratings and social media engagement metrics across Asia with its unique brand of Asian values, world-class athletes, and world-class production.
The ONE Athlete Roster has over 140+ World Champions (out of 550+ athletes) across various martial arts disciplines, making it the largest collection of World Champions of any organization on the planet.
ONE events are held in the largest stadiums in the most iconic cities across Asia. ONE also has a coveted client roster of blue-chip Fortune 500 sponsors and advertisers, including the likes of Disney, Marvel, LG, Sony, Facebook, Haier, Kawasaki, L’Oreal, Casio, Bayer, Shiseido, Grab, Singtel, and more. With a focus on both martial arts and esports, ONE Championship is Asia’s largest global producer of live sports content for youth and millennials.
Questions for speakers you can ask on sli.do/SDP
- 2:00 PM — 2:05 PM CEST
Introduction and Welcome Speech
- 2:05 PM — 3:00 PM CEST
Fireside Chat with Hua Fung Teh (Group President, ONE Championship)
- 3:00 PM — 3:45 PM CEST
Fireside Chat with Aung La N Sang (Top Athlete, ONE Championship)
Hua Fung Teh (Group President, ONE Championship)
Hua Fung Teh is the Group President of ONE Championship. Together with the CEO, he leads the company day-to-day with a focus on strategic, commercial, and media partnerships, as well as international expansion.
Teh was previously the Chief Financial Officer and Chairman, Greater China of the company. In that role, he was responsible for finance, human resources, corporate development, media rights and digital partnerships. He also oversaw the company’s Greater China business. Prior to ONE, Teh was a Principal at global private equity firm TPG Capital (TPG), where he was a senior member of the Southeast Asia investment team. He also served on TPG’s China and US teams. Prior to TPG, Teh was an aviator with the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) and held leadership positions both at the RSAF and at Singapore’s Ministry of Trade and Industry, where he was a key member of the team that brought the Formula One Grand Prix (F1) to Singapore and organized the first night race in F1 history in 2008.
Teh holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an MEng and BS in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), where he was a member of the men’s varsity basketball team. A Taekwondo black-belt holder, he also sits on the Global Steering Committee of the Milken Institute Young Leaders Circle and is a member of The Forum of Young Global Leaders at the World Economic Forum.
Aung La N Sang (Athlete, ONE Championship)
ONE Middleweight & Light Heavyweight World Champion Aung La N Sang was born in Myanmar, and he was already a tremendous athlete at school in Yangon before moving to the United States to study. There, he began training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and other disciplines while studying Agriculture Science at Andrews University in Michigan and was instantly hooked on martial arts.
After graduating, he traveled all over the country working as a migratory beekeeper but soon decided to settle down and dedicate his life to martial arts. Aung La N Sang made his professional debut in 2005, and soon built a reputation for his outstanding submission skills to earn himself the nickname of “The Burmese Python.” Over a career spanning more than a decade, almost every one of Aung La N Sang’s wins has ended via stoppage, proving his immense talent and effectiveness.
After making a successful debut for ONE Championship in 2014, Aung La N Sang returned to Myanmar at ONE: UNION OF WARRIORS, winning his bout to become a national hero. However, it wasn’t until June 2017 that the Myanmar hero would make history. He defeated Vitaly Bigdash to become the ONE Middleweight World Champion, uniting Myanmar in celebration as they hailed the country’s first-ever World Champion in sport. Aung La N Sang then doubled his tally of gold in 2018,