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An 88-year old billionaire in Indonesia and a 40-something property developer in Malaysia make the case for adopting and adapting to digital, writes Karamjit Singh.
One of the richest and most successful businessmen in Indonesia, Lippo founder Mochtar Riady, has a simple formula for success: Embrace information technology (IT).
Confident that brick-and-mortar companies will always be around, ‘old economy’ tycoon Vincent Tan explains why he feels so, bolstering his view with examples from Amazon and Alibaba.
The biggest fear of many brick-and-mortar companies is they will be disrupted by digitalisation, new technologies and even young and hungry startups – but that’s not the case with Valiram Group.
An old-school property CEO embraces clicks to enhance his brick-and-mortar business, which has Karamjit Singh wondering if this is the start of a hybrid model for traditional companies to adapt to digital.
One of Indonesia’s biggest brick-and-mortar retailers, Alfamart Group, has completed its e-commerce transformation with the birth of Alfacart, driven by three young executives who were previously from Zalora and Lazada.
The Singapore Government’s move to allocate US$30 million to four large corporates to be used for startup funding strikes Karamjit Singh as major recognition that digital is a mega trend that brick-and-mortar companies need to deal with.
Traditional electrical goods retailer Senheng’s upcoming e-commerce launch and DNA’s July 28 What’s Next conference has Karamjit Singh excited.