MOX 10 Demo Day

MOX 10 Demo Day

MOX 10 Demo Day: Headquartered in Singapore, Hong Kong, Pakistan and India, the 7 companies from MOX 10 are heading the next waves of social commerce, live video content, and financial structure.

A part of the MOX ecosystem with over 82M users, MOX 10 startups are serving the next 4 billion mobile-first, mobile-only users who carry out daily tasks primarily on their phones. Join us to get the first look and network with Asia’s leading venture capital firms at our virtual and in-person events.


The virtual networking event, with 1:1 startup booths, is open to vetted investors only. Please indicate your interest by selecting “Virtual Networking | Invite-Only”. Vetted investors will receive an official invitation from SOSV.


Join in on the festivities with William Bao Bean and the MOX team at FutureWard Taipei (open to the public). An invite-only watch party will also be held at Chinaccelerator in Shanghai (open to investors, mentors and select partners only). Please indicate your interest in the registration form.


TIME: Wed Mar 3, 2:00-5:00PM Singapore/GMT+8


  • Virtual: vetted investors will receive an official invitation with log-in details
  • Taipei: FutureWard, No. 343, Changchun Rd, Songshan District, Taipei City
  • Shanghai: Chinaccelerator, Hero Center, Level 1, Building 3, West Entrance, No.28 East Yuyuan Rd, Jing’An, Shanghai

Live-stream via MOX Facebook page and YouTube.


2:00 PM Welcome note

2:00-2:20 PM Fireside chat with Joseph Phua

2:20-2:50 PM VC Panel with Alvin Wang Graylin & Carey Lai

2:40-3:00 PM SOSV MOX Intro

3:00-4:30 PM Startups pitches

4:30-5:30 PM Networking


Carey Lai, Founder Member and Managing Director of Conductive Venture

Carey Lai is a founding team member and Managing Director at Conductive Ventures, an enterprise software and hardware fund. He leads the firm’s software investments where he specializes in software as a service (SaaS). Carey has over 17 years of venture capital and technology experience.
Prior to Conductive Ventures, Carey spent over 4 years investing at Intel Capital focused on Internet and enterprise software companies. His portfolio included 500Friends (acquired by Dentsu), Box (BOX), BrightEdge, Gigya (acquired by SAP), Kabam (acquired by Netmarble), Nexmo (acquired by Vonage), Onefinestay (acquired by AccorHotels), Sprinklr, and SweetLabs.
Prior to Intel Capital, Carey worked at Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) where he focused on rapidly growing later-stage and growth-equity investments in Internet & enterprise software companies. He actively worked with the following IVP portfolio companies: ArcSight (ARST), At Road (ARDI), (DEXO), Concur (CNQR), Cortina Systems, Danger (MSFT), Data Domain (EMC), Mobile365 (SAP), SuccessFactors (SFSF), Synchronoss (SNCR) and Yodlee (YDLE).
Carey also worked in the Technology Investment Banking Group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch as an Investment Banking Analyst focused on the software and financial technology sectors. His transaction experience included offerings for some of the leading technology companies in the world, including Blackbaud Software (BLKB), Computer Associates (CA), Hewlett Packard (HPQ), Sungard Data Systems (SDS), and Tibco Software (TIBX).
Earlier in his career, Carey worked at eBay in Business Development.
Carey has an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He also graduated with a B.A. in International Economics from the University of California Los Angeles.

Joseph Phua, managing Partner at Turn Capital, Co-Founder and Non Executive Chairman at 17LIVE Inc.Joseph Phua

Joseph currently runs his family office, Turn Capital. Turn Capital was established in 2020 and seeks to invest in and / or acquire companies across stages, supporting founders and management with operational expertise, together with its venture and private equity partners. Ticket sizes range from US$500k to US$5m for venture investments, to >US$10m for private equity investments.
Prior as CEO and now Chairman, Joseph led the merger of Paktor, the leading regional dating group, and 17 Media, the global leader in livestreaming entertainment. M17 Group (now known as 17LIVE) was officially established in 2017. Joseph co-founded Paktor in 2013 while completing his M.B.A., and served as CEO of Paktor from 2013 to 2017.
He previously held positions in the consulting and banking industries, at McKinsey & Company and Citigroup, and spent a few years in luxury retail with Da Vinci Asia, based in Shanghai and Beijing, China, from 2008 to 2011, where he oversaw nationwide operations for the company’s fine watch and jewelry businesses.
Joseph holds an M.B.A. degree from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business, New York University.

Alvin Wang Graylin, China President at HTC

Alvin Wang Graylin

Mr. Graylin is the China President at HTC leading all aspects of HTC’s business in the region (Vive/VR, phone, Viveport content platform, partnerships and investments) and the company’s XR Suite Business globally. He is also currently Vice-Chairman of the Industry of Virtual Reality Alliance ( with 300+ company members, President of the $18B Virtual Reality Venture Capital Alliance ( and oversees the Vive X VR Accelerators ( in Beijing, Shenzhen and Tel Aviv. Mr. Graylin is a sought after speaker and thought leader in the areas of VR/AR, AI, Entrepreneurship, and doing business in China by events and media globally.

Mr. Graylin has over 28 years of business management experience in the tech industry, including 20 years in Greater China. Prior to HTC, he was a serial entrepreneur, having founded four venture-backed startups in the mobile and internet spaces, covering mobile social, adtech, search, AI, big data and digital media. Additionally, he has held $100+ million P&L roles at a number of public companies.

MOX Demo Day Networking


MOX is an SOSV accelerator for cross-border mobile internet. Notable alumni include video publisher network Flickstree, which powers Samsung and Xiaomi; AI English pronunciation assistant ELSA, the first investment in Asia by Google’s Gradient Ventures; and healthcare startup Phable, India’s 1st connected care ecosystem.

MOX is operated by the US$800M venture capital firm SOSV, the world’s most active seed investor in 2019 according to Crunchbase. SOSV operates HAX, the world’s first hardware accelerator; Chinaccelerator, the first startup accelerator in China; MOX, the accelerator for mobile-only markets; IndieBio, the first startup accelerator for life science and biotech; and Food-X, the disruptive food tech and agritech accelerator.

William Bao Bean at MOX Demo Day

The event is finished.


Mar 03 2021


14:00 - 17:00

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Mar 03 2021
  • Time: 01:00 - 04:00
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