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Co-Founder and Co-Chief Executive Officer, Think.Web


Anantya is the co-founder and co-chief executive officer of Think.Web, an Indonesian digital and creative technology marketing business. As co-CEO, Anantya leads the company’s operational success and the expansion of its business units. Think.Web has helped companies such as Unilever, Nestle, Diageo, and Acer enter the digital market by creating impact through technology and creative innovation. Driven by her passion for gender inclusion, Anantya expanded the company to include a portfolio that focuses solely on women’s projects called Think.Women. Previously, she was the co-managing director for Girls in Tech Indonesia, a social network enterprise focused on promoting more women in the tech world, from 2012-2018. She is also active as a visiting lecturer at several universities, especially in the advertising and communication department. Anantya is passionate about supporting women micro-entrepreneurs who want to advance their businesses through digital and critical thinking skills.

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