Author: Karamjit Singh

Budget: Will Commercialisation Year 2016 be different from 2014?
The ‘Malaysia Commercialisation Year’ declared for 2016 catches DNA founder Karamjit Singh’s attention, who admits he did not pay much attention to it when 2014 was similarly declared a ‘Commercialisation Year.’
Week in Review: Jokowi’s US visit will boost Indonesian ecosystem
Indonesian President Joko ‘Jokowi’ Widodo is heading to the US and of course, Silicon Valley, next week. DNA founder Karamjit Singh shares why that is going to be a big boost to the Indonesian digital economy.
Week in Review: Business media giving more focus to digital
The business media in Malaysia is beginning to focus more attention on the ‘digital disruption’ and how traditional companies respond – and DNA is in the thick of this widening coverage, writes Karamjit Singh.
What’s Next: Pick yourself up, learn, sharpen skills
The entrepreneur panel session at What’s Next saw three technology founders share some key advice. Karamjit Singh has the highlights. 
Week in Review: Pikom is right, Malaysia needs to buck up
Great broadband quality is a factor among investors, and governments in South-East Asia just have to deliver and not complain about being unfairly compared against Singapore, says DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
StanChart expands Malaysian presence with advanced IT facililty
Standard Chartered wipes some of the pessimism from Malaysia with the launching of its global Collective Intelligence and Command Centre (CnC). Karamjit Singh has the story
Week in Review: What’s Next ‘disrupted’ by Tony Fernandes
What else but What’s Next could be on Karamjit Singh’s mind for this week’s column? He talks about how Tony Fernandes ‘disrupted’ DNA’s conference, and about an innovation panel session next week.
DNA on BFM: What’s Next dominates the conversation
Not surprisingly, the What’s Next conference was still foremost on Karamjit Singh’s mind for this week’s show, though he also spoke about affordable broadband and Malaysia’s upcoming national budget announcement.
Week in Review: The slumbering dragon is awakening
Adding to the excitement of Tuesday’s What’s Next, 500 Startups is going to present the results of its pioneering study of 500 of the world’s largest PLCs writes Karamjit Singh.
Clock ticking for retailers, says What’s Next speaker
Adrian Vanzyl, chairman of Bangkok-based fulfillment startup aCommerce, says that traditional retailers have just a 12-month window to get into e-commerce. You can catch him at the What’s Next conference on Sept 29, says Karamjit Singh.
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