Author: Karamjit Singh
What’s Next is primed to be the first business tech conference in Malaysia, and also the first conference that targets large brick-and-mortar companies, writes Karamjit Singh.
Just two weeks into its coverage of Indonesia, Karamjit Singh sees much to be excited about. At the same time, he welcomes a new sponsor and speaker to DNA’s What’s Next conference.
Is Uber a technology or transport company? What about GrabTaxi? To the Jakarta Transportation Agency, it does not matter, says Karamjit Singh.
Singaporeans go to the polls today better informed than ever, thanks to the Internet and messaging apps, says Karamjit Singh, who also is excited to welcome AM-Met-Life Insurance CEO Ramzi Toubassy the What’s Next conference.
National ICT custodian of Malaysia, Multimedia Development Corporation has joined DNA’s What’s Next conference as ‘Supporting Presenter’ announces Karamjit Singh.
The Malaysian Government has made software testing an important pillar of future economic growth, and aims to help local companies capture a slice of a US$30-billion market, writes Karamjit Singh.
Indonesia joins Malaysia and Singapore as markets DNA covers in more depth, as it grows to fulfill its vision of becoming the most credible tech news media in South-East Asia, writes founder Karamjit Singh.
Online payment systems provider iPay88 has seen its Malaysian operations acquired by Japan’s NTT Data Corp. According to observers, the acquisition puts the Malaysian tech ecosystem on the radar of global players.
Catcha Group’s Wild Digital conference really got DNA founder Karamjit Singh excited, especially with its belief that ‘small fish’ will eat ‘big fish’ – and that’s because DNA’s What’s Next conference on Sept 29 is centred on the ‘big fish’ and what they need to be aware of in this age of digital disruption.
The podcast from this week's Tech Talk show on BFM Radio, featuring DNA founder Karamjit Singh.