Asia Pacific NextGen Clubs
NextGen Club Lead
Connecting the leaders of tomorrow
Globally, the PwC NextGen Club has over 2,500 next-generation members from 28 different countries and regions. As a member, you will be able to play an active role in shaping your own local and global ecosystem by connecting with other NextGen Club members. You will also have the opportunity to take advantage of exclusive educational, networking and mentoring offerings, both local and global, to help you grow and evolve your own entrepreneurial venture, to help build the family business legacy.
The Asia Pacific NextGen Club was launched in 2017, and consists of over 200 nextgens from across 18 countries. Supported by PwC’s Asia Pacific Centre for Family Business Excellence, this initiative allows nextgens in the region to foster inter-regional relationships, ideas exchange and tap into the expertise and experience from across the region, leveraging insights from PwC experts and through networking with other nextgen clubs.
The PwC NextGen Club is for next-generation family members typically between 25 and 40 years old. To make the most of what the club has to offer, you should have a role in the management, ownership or governance of your family business, or have set up an entrepreneurial venture separate from the family business.
17 June 2021, China, India, Indonesia and Singapore
NextGens from across the Asia Pacific participated in our webinar as we launched PwC’s Family Business Survey Asia Pacific report. We were also joined by NextGen guest speakers Rama Kirloskar (Director, Kirloskar Brothers Limited), Ryan Li (Vice President for Overseas Investment, Feishang Group), Patrick Wijaya (Operations Director, PT Daya Cipta Kemasindo) and Peter Englisch (Global Family Business Leader, PwC). Different regional perspectives and challenges that NextGens had were shared - in driving long-term value for family businesses and especially in their involvement around digitalisation and sustainability.
28 July 2020, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore
This evening, NextGens of varying businesses and backgrounds from Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia came together as part of PwC’s NextGen Club to connect and discuss their role in preparing for stronger business in the new norm. We were joined by guest speakers Marcel Menaro (Head of Business Process & Digitalization, Meratus Group), Kimin Tanoto (Commissioner, PT Gunung Raja Paksi Tbk), Linus Lim (CEO, Phillip Capital Management) and Michael Liew (Business Director, Marrybrown Sdn Bhd). Different regional perspectives and challenges that NextGens had were shared - in redesigning, rethinking and reimagining their family business during this post-crisis period.
26-27 November 2019, Shanghai, China
PwC's Asia Pacific NextGen Club brought together NextGens from across the region and beyond for an exclusive 2-day event which included a series of curated workshops, networking sessions as well as an exclusive preview of the insights from our Global NextGen Study 2019.
19 February 2020, India
Over thirty NextGen leaders attended the PwC India NextGen Roundtable 2020 in New Delhi to gain insights into PwC’s Global NextGen Survey findings and share how digital transformation is driving change within their respective organizations. Eminent speakers included Abhyuday Jindal (Managing Director, Jindal Stainless), Archit Agarwal (Director, GR Infraprojects), Rituraj Sinha (Managing Director, SIS Group), Sonica Malhotra (Joint Managing Director, MBD Group) and Pratham Mittal (Lovely Group).
16 July 2019, Singapore
Our inaugural NextGen Women Club was launched with the aim to connect, learn and lead fellow family business leaders of tomorrow. The club advocates for a more inclusive environment to give everyone greater equal opportunities, driven by both men and women. It was a successful womens' night out with nextgens from diverse industries, from diamond mining to tuna manufacturing to steel trading, all coming together to form a community. The panel discussed the importance of balancing the three pillars - work, family and self.