The founder of The Wempy Dyocta Koto Business School, this multi-talented man values his Indonesian roots and honours it through The Wempy Dyocta Koto Award, which rewards twelve outstanding Indonesians with transformational mentorship from prominent Indonesian and international leaders for a year. This is a reflection of his belief in the power of mentorship, and his sense of social responsibility towards his home country and its advancement.
Wardour and Oxford also works with government, state-owned enterprises and ambitious startups, helping them with policy development, strategic advisory, investment support, brand communications, sponsorships and partnerships. The company works intensely with its international network of influencers and decision-makers to secure the ambitions of its clients.
This endeavour is supported by the consultancy’s expertise, agility, and entrepreneurial spirit, enhanced by its connections to some of the world’s most influential corporations, brands and leaders. Beyond consultancy, the company also channels its profits into the investment of companies and startups that are disrupting the status quo.
The consultancy was established at London in 2009, and later in 2012, set up its Jakarta office. In 2013 Wardour and Oxford’s investment arm was founded, and now has stakes in over 50 companies.