Kicks off 3-day R-Ventures 2.0 program for 75 selected startup founders Aims to impact national innovation ecosystems of more countries in Asean & beyond
2018 had lots to offer in terms of entrepreneurship journeys and the area of talent development.
Outside of Klang Valley, in rural and less urbanised locations, there exists untapped business opportunities and potential market of 20 million people.
Trying to decode the DNA of a successful startup leads CodeArmy to identify three traits. But is it that straightforward, questions Karamjit Singh.
Lists its picks for the Khazanah KNEO programme and elaborates on what makes them special.
Lean Startup Machine has appointed Code Army its regional partner to promote and train entrepreneurs, with a target of 2,000 across 20 cities in the region, after the latter successfully organised two related two events in Malaysia in 2014.
We should applaud the tenacity of Code Army founder, Zafrul Noordin, writes Karamjit Singh in his thoughts for this week’s Week in Review column.
After wasting over two years before finding Code Army’s niche, which involved abandoning gamification and narrowing its focus, cofounder Zafrul Noordin tells Karamjit Singh that he wants to help his fellow Malaysians avoid the same mistakes he did – via the Lean Startup Machine.
Zafrul Noordin, founder of gamification company Code Army, attended the leading start-up competition in Indonesia called Sparxup, from Oct 3 to 5. He shares his thoughts here with DNA founder Karamjit Singh.