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Week in Review: Investors ask the wrong question
DNA founder Karamjit Singh feels early stage investors are hurting their own investments when they focus too much on how companies can make money instead of ensuring they build a great product with market fit.
Malaysian VCs invested US$80mil in 2013
The 8th Annual Malaysian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association Dinner recognised some of its outstanding investee companies and Supportive Industry and GLC Partners.
Week in Review: Tootpay scores one for the ‘old-school’ boys
DNA founder Karamjit Singh likes what he saw at Echelon Satellite Malaysia and shares the background on how iBuy came about.
M-banking solution Tootpay wows ‘em at Echelon Malaysia
Mobile banking solutions provider Tootpay Sdn Bhd emerged the winner at the Echelon Malaysia Satellite pitching competition held earlier this week, and will represent the country at the main Echelon 2014 event in Singapore this June.
Is intellectual property still relevant in the digital age?
Join the discussion this Friday, March 7, at 9.30am at the Sime Darby Convention Centre in KL when DNA founder Karamjit Singh will moderate a panel discussion on whether intellectual property is still relevant in the digital age.
Week in Review: Breaking through an impregnable wall
This week probably ranks as among the best weeks of the year for DNA in terms of interesting stories – stories that show Malaysian tech startups making important breakthroughs, writes Karamjit Singh.
TS Wong on MyEG’s RM60mil partnership with Cradle
MyEG is partnering Cradle to set up a RM60-million (US$19-million) seed fund; its founder TS Wong talks to DNA about what the fund intends to do, and why he is involved.
SecQ.me receives US$155,000 Cradle grant
Latin America, here we come! That, or something along those lines, must have been among the hoots of joy that reverberated in SecQ.me’s office when founder James Khoo and his cofounder Chin Xin-Ci were told they would receive a US$155,000 (RM500,000) grant from Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd.
This ‘bus’ is worth catching
It is a journey that has taken over two years, but August this year saw Ashwin Jeyapalasingam and Viren Doshi, founders of Catch That Bus, scale a new high in their entrepreneurial journey as their website finally went live with tickets from bus companies Nice, Plusliner and Transnasional on offer.
Junior World Entrepreneurship Forum makes Malaysian debut
Malaysian chapter of Junior World Entrepreneurship Forum launched in partnership with Cradle and INTI Chapter now open to corporate sponsorships and partnerships
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