Author: Anushia Kandasivam
The South Korean car-sharing app has chosen Malaysia for its first overseas expansion, positioning itself as part of the country’s multiflex transportation system.
No longer the newbie, Anushia Kandasivam identifies a few stories that hint at the changes happening in the digital economy.
After a strong 2017, the equity crowdfunding platform is expecting much more growth and change for the ECF industry in 2018.
Freshly graduated from YCombinator, the food delivery startup is ready for more tech and growth after this pre-series A round.
Shifting its headquarters to Singapore and on its way to becoming a digital bank, the Malaysian fintech startup on its way to realising its goals.
Having met its strategic growth goals for the year, the travel startup is gearing up for more growth in 2018.
SEA law firm Rajah & Tann takes essential steps to integrate tech and remain relevant in a fast-moving world.
A new player in the online grocery market, Pasar hopes a different operation model will bring it success.
By focusing on SMEs and startups and leveraging on technology, the online printing startup has seen success in SEA.
At GECommunity 2017, the futurist predicted trends in digital business and called for entrepreneurs to seize opportunities offered by Industry 4.0.