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Sharing Economy : Will survive during the Pandemic?

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Sharing Economy : Will survive during the Pandemic?

What is the sharing economy?

The sharing economy is an incredibly diverse ecosystem, with an innovative and creative business models, usually involving a platform connecting buyers and sellers.

However, due to the social nature of the sharing economy, the Covid-19 pandemic has exposed flaws in the business model of some players such as Airbnb, while others have had to innovate and pivot.

Nevertheless, the sharing economy industry will have to adapt to the changing times. Since more attention will be placed on personal hygiene and social distancing post-MCO, the players will have to take measures to help allay such concerns.

Join us with 4 respectful Founders and CEO's in startup ecoystem in Malaysia provides input and insight about sharing economy surviving the Pandemic. Maybe you could kickstart your startup business!

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Agenda

9.50 am: Speaker and audiences to check-in via zoom Platform

9.55 am: Welcoming speech by the host

10.00 am: Virtual Panel sharing session starts

10.50 am: Open Q&A by the online audience in Zoom and Facebook live

10.55 am: summary of the session

11.00 am: End of programme

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Speakers

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Nik Muhammad Amin

<strong>Founder , Moovby</strong> Nik Muhammad Amin loves cars, the consumer web, and the environment, and Moovby brings all three of his passions into perfect harmony. Before he founded Moovby, the peer-to-peer car sharing platform, in 2016, Nik was a Software Engineer of MyTeksi (currently known as Grab), the first SEA 'decacorn' tech company. He also was a software engineer at Dahmakan and GoGet.my, where he was responsible for product management, design, and research. He is very passionate about mobility, transportation and sustainability development. He studied Electronic Engineering from MMU, Malaysia.

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Stephanie Ping

Stephanie Ping is the co-founder & CEO of WORQ, a hyper-localized community workspace founded in March 2017 with a vision of helping individuals achieve greater results by working together. WORQ aims to bring new opportunities to businesses and entrepreneurs by fostering meaningful connections for its members and the surrounding community. She graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Economics and M.S. in Management Science & Engineering where her experience with Stanford's entrepreneurship community played a significant role in shaping her vision for WORQ's entrepreneurial community. Stephanie is the award recipient of the Malaysian Venture Capital Association's Outstanding Female Entrepreneur of 2019.

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Yousuf Sultan

Yousuf is an experienced Islamic FinTech strategist with a passion for spearheading Islamic Finance 3.0. He has 10+ years of experience in managing tech solutions and providing shari’ah advisory. Blending academic training in Shari’ah and Islamic Finance with hands-on experience in technology, he envisions a sustainable future of Islamic Finance. Yousuf holds an MSc degree in Islamic Finance from INCEIF, Malaysia. Earlier, he graduated in Shari’ah and Islamic Jurisprudence. He is an AAOIFI Certified Shari’ah Advisor and Auditor (CSAA), a Registered Shariah Adviser by the Securities Commission of Malaysia and an AAOIFI Master Trainer. At Ethis, Yousuf brings his expertise in Shari’ah, Technology, and leadership to head the operations in Malaysia and Shari’ah at the Global level. Ethis pioneered several award-winning Islamic Crowdfunding platforms for investment and charity in Indonesia and Malaysia. Yousuf co-founded IFA Consultancy in Bangladesh, a pioneer institution promoting Islamic Finance to the mass through training, workshops, seminars, and consultancy. The institution has provided Islamic Finance training to more than 400 students and partnered with renowned local and global institutions. Yousuf conducted various researches, published articles, and reports; such as “Responsible Finance - Ethical and Islamic Finance: Meeting the Global Agenda” - published by RFI Foundation together with IFSB. He co-authored the report with Tan Sri Dr Zeti, the former Governor of the Central Bank of Malaysia and Ms Azleena - former Central Banker and Islamic Finance Expert. Yousuf also contributed to the BNM Guidance document on Value-based Intermediation as part of the INCEIF team. He also worked on the commentary for Shari’ah Standards issued by BNM as part of the ISRA team. Other articles include “Will Shari’ah Robo-Advisors replace Shari’ah Advisors?” in Islamic Finance Review (ISFIRE), UK and “Conventional Futures: A Review of Major issues from Islamic Finance Perspective” for International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education. Yousuf advises institutions in several countries including Malaysia, Indonesia, South Africa, UAE & Bangladesh. He is also a member of the Working Group, Governance Standard Committee at AAOIFI. Yousuf loves reading, speaking at events, training and spending quality time with his kids, family and friends.

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Sharing Economy : Will survive during the Pandemic?

Nov 18, 2020 10:00 AM

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Nov 18, 2020 11:00 AM

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What is the sharing economy?

The sharing economy is an incredibly diverse ecosystem, with an innovative and creative business models, usually involving a platform connecting buyers and sellers.

However, due to the social nature of the sharing economy, the Covid-19 pandemic has exposed flaws in the business model of some players such as Airbnb, while others have had to innovate and pivot.

Nevertheless, the sharing economy industry will have to adapt to the changing times. Since more attention will be placed on personal hygiene and social distancing post-MCO, the players will have to take measures to help allay such concerns.

Join us with 4 respectful Founders and CEO's in startup ecoystem in Malaysia provides input and insight about sharing economy surviving the Pandemic. Maybe you could kickstart your startup business!

How does it work?

Key takeaways

Agenda

9.50 am: Speaker and audiences to check-in via zoom Platform

9.55 am: Welcoming speech by the host

10.00 am: Virtual Panel sharing session starts

10.50 am: Open Q&A by the online audience in Zoom and Facebook live

10.55 am: summary of the session

11.00 am: End of programme

Speaker Profile

Nik Muhammad Amin

<strong>Founder , Moovby</strong> Nik Muhammad Amin loves cars, the consumer web, and the environment, and Moovby brings all three of his passions into perfect harmony. Before he founded Moovby, the peer-to-peer car sharing platform, in 2016, Nik was a Software Engineer of MyTeksi (currently known as Grab), the first SEA 'decacorn' tech company. He also was a software engineer at Dahmakan and GoGet.my, where he was responsible for product management, design, and research. He is very passionate about mobility, transportation and sustainability development. He studied Electronic Engineering from MMU, Malaysia.

Solution Seeker

Stephanie Ping

Co-Founder of WORQ

Stephanie Ping is the co-founder & CEO of WORQ, a hyper-localized community workspace founded in March 2017 with a vision of helping individuals achieve greater results by working together. WORQ aims to bring new opportunities to businesses and entrepreneurs by fostering meaningful connections for its members and the surrounding community. She graduated from Stanford University with a B.A. in Economics and M.S. in Management Science & Engineering where her experience with Stanford's entrepreneurship community played a significant role in shaping her vision for WORQ's entrepreneurial community. Stephanie is the award recipient of the Malaysian Venture Capital Association's Outstanding Female Entrepreneur of 2019.

Solution Seeker

Yousuf Sultan

COO & Head of Shari'ah of Ethis Ventures Sdn Bhd.

Yousuf is an experienced Islamic FinTech strategist with a passion for spearheading Islamic Finance 3.0. He has 10+ years of experience in managing tech solutions and providing shari’ah advisory. Blending academic training in Shari’ah and Islamic Finance with hands-on experience in technology, he envisions a sustainable future of Islamic Finance. Yousuf holds an MSc degree in Islamic Finance from INCEIF, Malaysia. Earlier, he graduated in Shari’ah and Islamic Jurisprudence. He is an AAOIFI Certified Shari’ah Advisor and Auditor (CSAA), a Registered Shariah Adviser by the Securities Commission of Malaysia and an AAOIFI Master Trainer. At Ethis, Yousuf brings his expertise in Shari’ah, Technology, and leadership to head the operations in Malaysia and Shari’ah at the Global level. Ethis pioneered several award-winning Islamic Crowdfunding platforms for investment and charity in Indonesia and Malaysia. Yousuf co-founded IFA Consultancy in Bangladesh, a pioneer institution promoting Islamic Finance to the mass through training, workshops, seminars, and consultancy. The institution has provided Islamic Finance training to more than 400 students and partnered with renowned local and global institutions. Yousuf conducted various researches, published articles, and reports; such as “Responsible Finance - Ethical and Islamic Finance: Meeting the Global Agenda” - published by RFI Foundation together with IFSB. He co-authored the report with Tan Sri Dr Zeti, the former Governor of the Central Bank of Malaysia and Ms Azleena - former Central Banker and Islamic Finance Expert. Yousuf also contributed to the BNM Guidance document on Value-based Intermediation as part of the INCEIF team. He also worked on the commentary for Shari’ah Standards issued by BNM as part of the ISRA team. Other articles include “Will Shari’ah Robo-Advisors replace Shari’ah Advisors?” in Islamic Finance Review (ISFIRE), UK and “Conventional Futures: A Review of Major issues from Islamic Finance Perspective” for International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education. Yousuf advises institutions in several countries including Malaysia, Indonesia, South Africa, UAE & Bangladesh. He is also a member of the Working Group, Governance Standard Committee at AAOIFI. Yousuf loves reading, speaking at events, training and spending quality time with his kids, family and friends.

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