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Koh Onozawa



Trying his best to build on the principle of "leaving no one behind”, Koh is passionate about building good businesses that do good.

Half-Japanese and Half-Spanish/Filipino, Koh is the the co-CEO to the largest and most prominent digital assets company headquartered Spain, with offices in Spain, Brazil and the Abu Dhabi.

Bit2me is proudly backed by numerous large regulated global entities like Telefonica, BBVA bank, Cecabank, Investcorp, Mubadala's Hub71, and Unicaja bank.

Koh has deep roots in both the Philippines and Spain, where he dedicated his late teens and entire adulthood in building companies and initiatives, even representing both countries as an official delegate in oversees entrepreneur promotion and partnerships within Southeast Asia and EMEA countries.

At a very young age, Koh was listed in the inaugural Forbes 30u30 Asia in 2016, EY Ernst & Young Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist in 2015. He also founded a music program and entrepreneurship program for PWDs and public school students in the Philippines after reading a passage “Charity is injurious unless it helps the recipient to become independent of it.”

Koh has also done a TEDx on the topic of Communal Generosity where he spoke about one of his earlier companies, LA-based loudbasstard, a bamboo speaker company that helped revive local craft and bamboo farming communities in the Philippines.
He bootstrapped the company and its expansion into Japan and the US, and exited in 2015.

He also has interests in marine conservation and food sovereignty, as a former marine archeologist where he worked on projects at the University of San Carlos and the National Geographic.