Author: Karamjit Singh
The impact of a new trend in outsourcing, Global Business Services, could hit Malaysia hard if it does not show the ability to move up the value chain in the outsourcing sector, with Shell Malaysia’s decision to move an estimated 700 jobs to India.
Intellectual Property was at the forefront for DNA founder Karamjit Singh as he moderated a panel session on how it can be related to startups in Malaysia. He also wonders how important the issue is to both MDeC and MaGIC, key ecosystem builders.
A more confident Cheryl Yeoh looks forward to the next 12 months at MaGIC, with the smooth execution of the MaGIC Accelerator Programme a big target.
The Global Intellectual Property Valuation Conference (GIPVC 2015) from June 8-10 has an ambitious three-prong thrust and aims to make IP sexy. Is organiser MyIPO biting off more than it can chew?
Not surprisingly, DNA founder Karamjit Singh’s thoughts this week revolve around Joel Neoh and what he brings to the table with his latest foray into the startup world, while those of you in Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore may want check out the broadband affordability story.
Keeping fit is what has got Joel Neoh excited enough to base his new startup KFit on it. Not only is the market size large, he also sees a greater purpose – to help raise fitness and by association, health levels across Asia Pacific. And for starters, he believes he has possibly raised the largest pre-seed funding round in Asia.
Recognising that the way advertisers spend money with media is changing, The Star has embarked on an interesting pilot in ‘disruption’ to ensure it captures the value from a changing media marketplace.
Malaysia Airlines scores a first with a rapid turnaround of its IT transformation project from nine legacy systems. But will its engineers take to the new system?
DNA challenges you to pick our Top 5 articles of 2014. It may be tough but the prizes are worth it, says founder and CEO Karamjit Singh, as we celebrate 1,000 days in operation.
Lean Startup Machine has appointed Code Army its regional partner to promote and train entrepreneurs, with a target of 2,000 across 20 cities in the region, after the latter successfully organised two related two events in Malaysia in 2014.