Gen.T Stream: Creating Social Impact In A Post-Covid World
23 Oct 2020 09:00am - 10:15am
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Gen.T Stream: Creating Social Impact In A Post-Covid World

23 Oct 2020 09:00am - 10:15am

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Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and Cambridge Analytica whistle-blower Christopher Wylie are our featured speakers at the second edition of virtual event Gen.T Stream

The global pandemic has raised important questions about the way we live and work with others. A recent study from Credit Suisse reveals that the top global concerns, aside from the coronavirus, include financial and political corruption, poverty and social inequality, and healthcare and unemployment. But in the midst of adversity there is always opportunity. In this case, it’s to ask ourselves how we can create a better and more equitable future for ourselves and those around us. Register your complimentary pass to gain access.


Jimmy Wales
Founder @ Wikipedia
Christopher Wylie
Data Scientist 
and Social Researcher
Dr. James Gifford
Head of Impact Advisory 
@Credit Suisse

We will be speaking to the founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, Cambridge Analytica whistle-blower, Christopher Wylie, and Dr James Gifford, Head of Impact Advisory, Credit Suisse to learn how to create a better tomorrow by utilising the power of technology.

We’ll also be unveiling the 20 winners of the Gen.T x Credit Suisse Social Impact Awards 2019/2020, an award that recognises individuals from the the Gen.T List who have brought about constructive disruption or made significant contributions to society in Asia.


  • Be inspired by world-renowned speakers.
  • Discover new opportunities post-Covid-19.
  • Learn how to make a lasting impact in society.
  • Refresh your mindset and feel empowered to tackle upcoming challenges.
  • Connect with like-minded young leaders and entrepreneurs in our new socially distanced world.

Entrepreneurs, start-ups, young leaders, aspiring entrepreneurs and young professionals seeking inspiration from ideas and people who are making the world a better place.

9:00am - Opening Remarks

9:05am - “Data for good: How data can be used to make companies more ethical, sustainable and profitable” - Fireside chat with Christopher Wylie, data scientist and social researcher, and Lee Williamson, Editor, Generation T

9:25am - Social Impact Awards presentation

9:35am - “Creating a new world with the next generation” - Fireside chat with Dr James Gifford, Head of Impact Advisory, Credit Suisse and Kissa Castaneda, Tatler Asia (Singapore) Editor-in-Chief

10:00am - "Building a better tomorrow” - Fireside Chat with Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, with Lee Williamson, Editor, Generation T

10:15am - End of main event

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