Irvan A. Sutiono

Global Shaper, Bangkok Hub,

An avid globetrotter, Irvan is deeply passionate about the interaction between people, cultures, technology, and architecture. He currently leads his family business's transition to green construction practices to minimize the environmental impact and maximize energy efficiency by advocating for sustainable building materials and championing eco-friendly construction methods. After living in 8 countries over the last 10 years before finally setting foot back home, Irvan now dedicates the lessons he carries from abroad to nurture Indonesia's construction and real estate industry, with the ultimate goal of positioning his family business in construction as a catalyst for Indonesia's remarkable smart city initiatives.

Before joining the family business, Irvan worked in venture building at Zipmex, one of the largest digital asset exchanges in the Asia-Pacific region, where he incubated and launched new ventures to onboard users into the Web3 space. He started his career in real estate investments, where he handled the acquisition and development of hospitality real estate assets in the APAC and EMEA regions.

However, Irvan's career highlight to date is his university "side gig"—his first foray into social impact. He co-developed a community platform for people with hearing loss, which included a sign language learning application and an online sign interpreter service. This endeavor led him to work under the supervision of the French government after graduation.

Irvan holds an academic background in International Hospitality Management from Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne.

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