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Amarit translates the concept of community building into human form. He co-founded Thailand’s first coworking space, HUBBA (as seen on Inc. Magazine), which ever-growing community outsized its walls to become a major tech ecosystem builder.  Onto his path to connect Thailand to the world, Amarit  co-founded the country’s biggest techmedia, Techsauce, responsible for one of Asia’s largest tech conferences (Techsauce Global Summit). A Forbes 30 under 30 listee, rumour has it that he’s discovered the secret to omnipresence, having an all-pervasive influence in tech conferences worldwide.  Knowing him, I suspect his secret sauce relies in building purposeful and empowered teams. He’s our advisor on multiplying yourself into a million faces.

In 5 years, Steve Munroe built a community of 7500 members from 80 countries in a bambooed coworking space. His title reads "CoFounder and CEO of Hubud", an award-winning space in Bali seen on Forbes and Lonely Planet. But behind the bamboos, Steve is plotting new (and better) ways to live, work and learn.
Unsettled, he founded Asia's largest coworking conference (, yearly held in a different city since 2015. He is also Founder and Director of the Coworking Alliance of Asia Pacific (CAAP). 
Before conspiring to build collaborative networks, he spent a decade working for the United Nations, clearing mines in Cambodia and disarming militias in Sudan. 
A world-betterment junkie, Steve is our scheme-master on "turning ideal communities into reality".

Janet Scott

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John Smith

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Janet Torres

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