Ashran Ghazi

Week in Review: With new CEO, will MaGIC morph?
Ashran Ghazi may be tasked with getting MaGIC back on track to its original mandate, but it may be a case of ‘damned if he does, damned if he doesn’t,’ writes A. Asohan.
MaGIC confirms appointment of Ashran Ghazi as new CEO
MaGIC has finally confirmed the appointment of Ashran Ghazi as its new CEO, more than three weeks after DNA first broke the news.
Week in Review: Of GMV and e-commerce startups
DNA looks at some of Garena’s numbers and breaks the news of the new MaGIC CEO, to be announced next week, writes Karamjit Singh.
DNA on BFM: MaGIC’s incoming CEO revealed
On this week's Tech Talk show on BFM Radio, with DNA founder and CEO Karamjit Singh.
MaGIC set to name Ashran Ghazi as CEO
Ashran Ghazi, a familiar name in the Malaysian entrepreneurial ecosystem, is set to take the hot seat at MaGIC, writes Karamjit Singh. Can he keep the tech momentum going while reaching out to non-tech startups?
NeonRunner named startup of the year at inaugural Rice Bowl awards
Malaysian hyperlocal delivery startup NeonRunner walked away with the grand prize at the inaugural Rice Bowl Startup Awards, held in conjunction with 1Asean Entrepreneurship Summit in KL recently.
Rice Bowl awards kick off to celebrate ‘breakout’ Asean startups
Malaysia’s Ministry of Finance has kicked off the inaugural Rice Bowl Startup Awards, which will recognise breakout startups in the Asean (the Association of South-East Asian Nations) region that harness digital technology.
Digerati50: Trusting his instincts
Digital News Asia (DNA) continues a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014.
The new science minister … who again? (Updated)
Little is known of the new science minister aside from a sketchy Wikipedia page, but the ICT industry is hopeful both he and new Communications minister  can make a difference and spur the local ecosystem.
Malaysia’s racial policy rears its head in ICT sector
A new initiative to upgrade Malay or bumiputera entrepreneurs in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector is in danger of being hijacked by Malaysia’s race-based preference policies.
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