Author: Karamjit Singh
MOL Global has been busy expanding its reach globally and took a big step in that direction by acquiring a simple majority in San Francisco-based Rixty Inc, which is also is in the online payment space.
Berjaya Group billionaire founder Tan Sri Vincent Tan was in top form at the DNA-TeAM Disrupt session recently, regaling the audience with anecdotes and sharing his fear of the economic impact of the poor quality of English.
Singapore’s National Research Foundation is working to get more science and tech from universities into the market, and is using the Techventure conference as a tool to further deepen these links.
Zafrul Noordin, founder of gamification company Code Army, attended the leading start-up competition in Indonesia called Sparxup, from Oct 3 to 5. He shares his thoughts here with DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
All 110 seats for the second DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel discussion and networking session were booked within 16 hours of us announcing it. If you lucked out, here’s how you can ask Berjaya founder Tan Sri Vincent Tan your burning questions …
The second DNA-TeAM Disrupt gathering will feature the Berjaya Group’s founder and tycoon Tan Sri Vincent Tan, who will talk about his experience investing in tech companies; and Cradle’s Johnathan Lee, who will share his thoughts on angel investing in Malaysia.
Start-up Soft Space got RM2 million to kick off operations from media executive-turned-angel investor Datuk Vincent Lee in a very unusual way. Karamjit Singh has the story.
The fourth Cradle Coach & Grow clinic saw founders touch on engaging middlemen and the need for transparency in grant and fund disbursements.
As Fujitsu Malaysia gears for the highlight event of its calendar year, the Fujitsu Day conference and exhibition on Thursday (Oct 11), Digital News Asia (DNA) posed some questions to one of its senior executives who will be in town for the event.
In July, Digital News Asia interviewed the founder of maxmax.tv and true to his word, Ahmad Izmir, has made good his promise to bring to five countries 200 hours of adreneline-rush, video-on-demand TV targeted at men. Karamjit Singh caught up with Izmir and wonders who his investor is.