It took Catcha eight years of stumbles before it finally found success said cofounder Patrick Grove, who also listed the 5Ps of building a disruptive business at the Wild Digital conference in KL.
When the ‘business frame’ is broken, tinkering at the edges is not going to work, writes Anwar Jumabhoy – who brings in football to explain his points!
DNA cofounder A. Asohan, inspired by a week-long prescription drug-induced haze, decides to ‘give back’ to the startup ecosystem.
Tune Talk CEO Jason Lo touts the ‘first in the world’ capability of its 8G MiFi service while shying away from clarifying the business model, writes Karamjit Singh.
Entrepreneurs have that special ability to join the dots, pivot and adjust their offering; and the successful ones develop a strong business frame rather than a business model, write Anwar Jumabhoy & Srikrishna Vadrevu.
Pastikan mereknya menjadi top search di situs pencari, datangkan peminat waralaba Sadar pentingnya situs web dan media sosial sejak awal, kini miliki platform e-commerce
Corporates are increasingly interested to see how they can apply some startup skills to their organisations, while those already working in startups probably harbour interest in launching their own outfits. Karamjit Singh chips in with his thoughts.
FashionValet founder Fadzarudin Anuar talks to Karamjit Singh about his game plan to expand the business after receiving ‘multimillion dollars’ in funding from Elixir Capital via its ECM Straits Fund.
In this second of two parts, DNA founder Karamjit Singh delves into Vertex Venture CEO Chua Kee Lock’s own experience as a disruptive entrepreneur, the lessons he learnt, and how they shape his philosophy as a VC.
Veteran tech entrepreneur Serguei Beloussov argues for more conventional business thinking in the startup space.