Author: Sharmila Ganapathy-Wallace
Jakarta-based Yuna & Co will soon launch their personal styling app for women in Asia.
VC firms that are focusing on the region have raised twice as much capital for strategic investing in these two countries alone.
TiE Singapore aims to advance Singapore-based entrepreneurs with mentoring and guidance.
In this second article of a two-part series on the data centre industry in Malaysia, Sharmila Ganapathy-Wallace looks at how the local industry has progressed and the issues it faces.
As more people move to cloud, the data centre industry is not expected to grow that strongly anymore. In the first of a two-part series Sharmila Ganapathy-Wallace considers the realities of the Malaysian dream of becoming a regional data centre hub.
SME Association of Malaysia president Michael Kang explains why SMEs are not ready to embrace digital and how to help them.
Singapore-based Marvelstone Capital is geared to make an impact in the region with its new robo advisor for family offices.
Aims to help individuals create and sell merchandise online.
The growth trajectory for fintech is not as straightforward as it may appear to be at first sight.
ADAX wants to nurture Asean data startups, upskill SMEs.