Aaron Tan is going places.
As the co-founder of a newly crowned unicorn and one of Asia Pacific’s fastest growing start-ups, the Carro CEO is now on the road to a public listing.
And with investors including Softbank getting onboard, he has no plans to slow down.
“The question is, now that we have reached $1 billion, how do we reach $10 billion? How do we reach $100 billion?” Tan told CNBC Make It.
Carro — a play on the words “car hero” — is a Southeast Asian online auto marketplace designed to simplify car deals using artificial intelligence technology.
Founded in 2015 by Tan and his college friends Aditya Lesmana and Kelvin Chng, it achieved the coveted $1 billion unicorn status in June after securing $360 million in funding. The deal takes total money raised to over half a…