Jackson Kwa founded TechSociety Group, a technology academy that aims to develop future-ready skills and provide digital consulting with creative solutions. He has successfully implemented a regional program in Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and Malaysia that develops tech literacy, design thinking, digital marketing and coding. This program was supported by former U.S. President Barack Obama's Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI). In 2018, Jackson became the winner of the inaugural Singapore Valley Awards (SVA), chosen by prominent China entrepreneurs such as Alibaba co-founders to acquire a deeper knowledge of the market and entrepreneurship at Alibaba HQ in Hangzhou. Jackson has been featured in The Straits Times, TEDxYouth, e27, Asiaone Business, FBNC Vietnam, 联合早报, Asia Inc, VTC News, Southeast Asia Globe Magazine, 启迪之星 (杭州), Junior World Entrepreneurship Forum and related publications for his work in entrepreneurship, technology, and innovation. Some of his prominent clients and partners include U.S. Department of State, Business China, and Grab. Jackson received his Information Systems degree with a double major at the Singapore Management University on dual scholarships.