Start the new year with some inspiration and actionable advice. Join us for an intimate chat with Amy Kunrojpanya, Vice President of Communications, Asia Pacific at Netflix as she dishes stories, tips and insights on building a brand – be it personal or business – and does a deep dive into the best practices and key mistakes to avoid in this process.
But what’s an Ask Party you say? At Launchpad’s signature Ask Party, we welcome members to network while wearing their ask, literally on their sleeve, thus inviting insights, advice and maybe even solutions! Through being more vulnerable, stepping out of your comfort zone, and having genuine and real conversations about things you need – making this not just another networking event, but a night where you receive real help from peers, mentors and other entrepreneurs who have walked in your shoes.
Food and drinks will be served.
About Amy Kunrojpanya
Amy joined Netflix as Vice President of Communications in 2020, bringing her extensive communications and public affairs experience working for some of the worlds best known brands, in some of the worlds most challenging operating environments.
At Netflix, Amy is responsible for building allies and driving conversations across the Asia Pacific — showcasing best in class content across all genres, putting consumers front and center, advocating for more people to see their lives and cultures reflected on screen and highlighting how great stories can come from anywhere, and be loved everywhere.
Prior to Netflix, Amy was the Senior Director of Public Policy and Communications at Uber Asia Pacific from 2016, and the Head of Public Affairs and Communications for New and Emerging Markets across Asia at Google from 2011. She has also held senior public affairs and communications roles in Asia with The Coca-Cola Company, Syngenta, and AUSTRADE (Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade).
Amy is a seasoned team leader and organisation builder; she holds a double degree in Asian Political Science and Asian Languages from Griffith University, she has studied, worked, lived or traveled in over 75 countries and speaks eight Asian languages. She’s an avid runner, an active volunteer with various nonprofits that support human rights and work to tackle human trafficking, and a proud new Mum.