Enormous technological and cultural shifts have impacted the way we live, work and play in the last decade. With constant change continuing to disrupt our world comes the need to adapt and innovate—not only whole industries and jobs but also ourselves as individuals. In this all-day learning conference, we'll embark into the future: the next ten years of technology, business and social transformation, and explore how lifelong personal growth and curiosity is imperative for thriving in the decade of unprecedented change ahead.
For the past year, Fastfwd Festival by NewCampus has been connecting curious and forward-thinking individuals with likeminded peers. Forge new networks with a day of mixed-format sessions: inspiring keynotes with industry hard-hitters; deep-dive breakouts with passionate leaders; and intimate roundtables with experienced mentors.
Singapore’s famous mural artist; former Senior Director at Visa
Co-Founder & President at DocDoc; former U.S. Military Intelligence Officer
Head of VaynerMedia Singapore; mentor and advisor
Head of Philanthropy at World Wide Fund for Nature
Founder at CulturedGen
Head of Singapore at Young Founders School; community builder
Principal Product Manager at Grab; independent trader and investor
SEA Automation Lead at Spotify
Managing Director at Innovation is Everywhere; author, speaker and lecturer
VP at Kellogg's AMEA; Adjunct Faculty at NUS
Head of Product at Draper Startup House; Forbes 30 Under 30
International Launch and Business Development at Impossible Foods
Career coach; former PM at Dropbox
Principal Digital Strategist at Singapore Airlines
3x Olympian, MD of private international banking group, Compassion Capitalist
Award-winning broadcaster and keynote speaker
Former NASA scientist and CEO of Astropreneurs Hub
Ex-Managing Director of Investment Banking at UBS, Founder of Institute of Life
Fastfwd Festival aims to inspire and inform attendees by addressing the issues facing individuals and societies in the world today. Here's a look at what went down at our last Festival, where we explored the limits of human potential.