The task of building a business and rebuilding an empire fell to Edwin Soeryadjaya. At the center of business in Indonesia, he witnessed the highest and lowest points for his country and his family’s business. Now at the top of his career, he describes his version of entrepreneurship and looks outward to describe the effect of the shifting policies coming from Washington D.C. Mr. Soeryadjaya is an alum of the USC Marshall School of Business.
Interviewed by Richard Drobnick, Director of the USC IBEAR MBA Program.
Edwin Soeryadjaya of Saratoga Capital describes being a ‘forced entrepreneur’ and gives a unique look inside business in Indonesia.
Edwin Soeryadjaya, Chairman Saratoga Capital - Jakarta
Edwin Soeryadjaya at the center of business in Indonesia
Edwin Soeryadjaya of Saratoga Capital describes being a ‘forced entrepreneur’ and gives a unique look...
May 01, 2017