B.Battulga, Chief Engineer of Google, and D.Bat-Oktyabri, Deputy Director of Ecosystem Development of Techstars Investment Fund are becoming advisors of Communications and Information Technology Authority.
B.Battulga will advise on the development of E-Mongolia, an integrated digital system and D.Bat-Oktyabri will advise on the creation and development of the start-up company’s ecosystem and the launch of its products and services in the international market.
Short Bio of B. BATTULGA, Chief Engineer of Google
- In 1999, the 11th secondary school
- 1999-2000 CSMS of the Mongolian University of Science and Technology
- 2002-2006 Bachelor of Computer Science from Inha University, Korea
- 2006-2008 Master’s degree in science and computer engineering, at the Korean Institute of Science and Technology
- He has been working at Google since 2008.
Short Bio of D. Bat-Oktyabri, Deputy Director of Ecosystem Development of Techstars Investment Fund
– D.Bat-Oktyabri graduated from Eagle Secondary School in Erdenet. He is with a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) and graduated from the University of the Humanities as well as the University of Portland in the United States.
Currently, he is advising companies in Mongolia such as AND Global, Erxes, iHotel, Sweet Kitchen, Geru, melearn, Tomyo, and co-founding companies such as Humuus Publishing, START, STARTUP MONGOLIA NGO, and Baliar Uudrog.
In addition, he works as a consultant for the international investment fund TUZ Ventures (for Central Asia). He is also the Deputy Director of the Ecosystem Development Division of the Source Collection in Singapore and the Techstars Investment Fund in the United States.
For example, in the scope of the above-mentioned works, those companies advise and execute the major policies such as “How to support start-ups and create the necessary environment?” and “How to create a conducive environment for innovation” and cooperate the governments of Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, Korea, and Australia, as well as regional self-governing bodies.