Reino Barack has always been one of Indonesia’s most talked-about figures, and we can see why. This young CEO has made some serious milestones and he’s only in his 30s. From studying at a well-known university to being the co-founder of some of the best fine dining restaurants in Jakarta, Reino Barack is a man full of surprises, and we know you want to get to know him a little bit better. So here are five facts about him.
CEO of MNC New Media
Holding the title of CEO in your 30s is definitely a big thing, and Reino is lucky enough to carry that title in one of Indonesia's biggest corporations, MNC New Media. So he’s not only handsome, but also very successful to boot.
Co-founder of some of Jakarta’s best restaurants
Living in Jakarta, you’ve surely heard of Ristorante da Valentino, Akira Back, and Altitude at The Plaza. Yes, Reino is the co-founder of these top-tier restaurants. Well known among Indonesia’s food and beverage industry, Reino is determined to raise the bar of the local culinary scene with his love for food and libations.
Bachelor’s in international finance and international economics
Reino pursued his bachelor’s degree at the American University of Paris, where he spent time learning his trade and having the time of his life. With such a valuable educational experience, it’s no wonder that Reino has the ability to accomplish so much in Indonesia.
Throw a punch
What better way to relieve stress than with boxing? Reino loves indulging in many sporting activities, and his favourite is boxing. He has several reasons why, the first and foremost being that boxing improves his cardiovascular health. Reino also believes that boxing helps shape your body and sculpt a great physique. Furthermore, he says that boxing helps your eye and hand coordination.
Reino has a penchant for languages, having been all over the world for his education, work, vacations, and everything in between. So knowing more than one language is definitely a necessity. Obviously, Reino speaks Indonesian as he was born and bred in Indonesia, but he is also fluent in English and Japanese. As soon as he finished studying, Reino’s first work experience was in Tokyo as an equity officer at banking company Merrill Lynch where, coincidently, his grandparents live.