Author: Karamjit Singh

Week in Review: World Bank zooms in on Malaysia’s Digital Economy & What’s Next welcomes Condom King
World Bank’s Economic Monitor highlights poor digital adoption by corporate Malaysia Brick&Mortar CEO whose customers are pure digital natives will talk about his challenges   THE World Bank just published on Saturday its Economic Monitor 2018 report for Malaysia. And surprise surprise the executive summary carried the headline, “Unlocking the Potential of the Digital Economy”. Well, that is no surprise to us at DNA, nor to our readers.
What’s Next returns for 4th edition as digital disruption heats up
Because we are at the frontlines of facing digital disruption, it makes sense for a media company to organise a conference on digital disruption.
IV&V to finally be part of Malaysian government ICT project rollout
Malaysian government to make it mandatory for IV&V to be a component of its critical & high impact ICT projects MAMPU also aims to get academia to be involved in the IV&V initiative to help create a virtuous cycle
Week in Review: Is the Malaysian government against innovation and disruption?
 Karamjit Singh ponders on the question of where the Malaysian government stands when it comes to innovation and disruptive business models.
Positive energy flows from Digerati50 inaugural meet-up
Attendees at Digerati50 cocktail enjoy new connections made, especially with Minister of Communications and Multimedia Gobind Singh Deo.
Clarion call for mentors sparks Digerati50 networking session
The connectedness in the Malaysian digital ecosystem  is still very much siloed and is government or agency led. There must be a way to bridge all SMEs, professionals and investors.  
Digerati50: CC Puan positions for his next big bets
CC Puan has embarked on the next big bets he is making in the Digital Economy. Will his success inspire more entrepreneurs to make the trek to the Himalayas?
Week in Review: Let’s not put Alibaba on a pedestal
Alibaba’s initiatives into Malaysia should be judged on the positive impact they have on businesses and not on its rhetoric.
Wild Digital SEA back with exciting additions
Catcha Group’s Kuala Lumpur leg of its Wild Digital conference is back on July 4th and 5th with Patrick Grove sharing some highlights.
Week in Review: What Nazrin Hassan would like to see
Gone before he could help see a mature startup ecosystem in Malaysia, Nazrin Hassan felt a high touch approach was as important as the tech.
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