Author: Karamjit Singh
With US$250 million in sales from Australia and New Zealand, Apac Sale Group is ready to take on Asia with Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand already on board and Indonesia, South Korea, the Philippines and Vietnam on the cards.
It is easy for aspirational words like innovative, creative or out-of-the-box to roll off our tongues, yet how so very tough it is to actually practise and embed these words into our DNA so that we are living, breathing, walking, and talking examples of it.
Malaysia's national R&D center Mimos is currently working on rolling out the next version of social security organization Perkeso’s technology upgrade.
MyEG has investments in five start-ups thus far and is keen on more. According to its managing director TS Wong, while it may be fun and cool, he brings his investees down with the advice that the boring stuff of building a business is important. Watch the video.
Not many have heard of the Malaysian Software Testing Board, but the work it is doing to develop the tech ecosystem is just as important as that being done by MDeC, MavCap, Malaysian Debt Ventures, MTDC and Crade.
The launch of pitchIN could not have gone better, but even its founders and supporters realize there are challenges ahead.
PitchIN, Malaysia’s version of Kickstarter-style crowdsourcing funding for creative projects, kicks off today. The idea came about when three entrepreneurs got together and talked about wanting to do more for the ecosystem.
The Malaysian Government has pumped in money into the creative content industry in the hopes that it will become a growth industry, but something unhealthy happened: The same people were applying over and over again.
Malaysia's creative content industry has been around for a long time. But how exactly is it fairing? Karamjit Singh speaks to one of the longest serving members in the Multimedia Development Corporation's creative content unit, Kamil Othman, to find out.
MyTeksi.com was born out of a business plan competition at the Harvard Business School that three Malaysians happened to be attending last year. To their surprise, the idea won second prize. That got them thinking that there could be some legs to their idea.