Business Models

MaGIC launches CER Circle and MaGIC Activate as part of its CER platform
With 22 corporate partners on board from the get go, MaGIC’s CER program to drive private sector involvement in Malaysia’s entrepreneurship development is off to a strong start.
Opportunities for the taking amidst challenging times in 2017
Enterprises should take advantage of the slowdown to transform their businesses in 2017 to become more digital in nature.
IoT predictions for 2017: What’s the buzz?
Software AG predicts buzz around IoT this year, with smart devices and Chatbots taking center stage.
Blueprint for business success
Taught to be sincere and see business as long term proposition Aims to be among global top five leaders for enterprise architecture
New Economy: Meet Old
After eight long years of easy money policies, normalcy is returning to financial markets, bringing a dose of reality to tech startups. By refocusing away from valuations, capital raising and expansion and returning to business basics, startups able to marry the old and new economies are best-poised for success  
The first business tech conference in Malaysia
What’s Next is primed to be the first business tech conference in Malaysia, and also the first conference that targets large brick-and-mortar companies, writes Karamjit Singh.
Telco Deep Dive: Operators just scratching the surface with 4G
While no business model disruptions have happened to mobile operators due to LTE, an Ovum analyst expects to see developments in WiFi Calling before the year is out, describing the race to connect everyone on the planet to the Internet as “quite crazy.”
The art – and science – of copying other startups
Copying business models that have worked elsewhere sometimes makes sense, but you must do it right: Make sure you understand what you’re copying, and more importantly, whether it will work here, writes Justin Hall.
The motorcycle diaries: Startups and innovation
South-East Asia has some of the fastest growing markets, the most innovative tech companies, and the most active investors in spite of its fundamental weaknesses – and leapfrogging companies will pull in the investments, writes Golden Gate Ventures’ Justin Hall.
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