Trying to decode the DNA of a successful startup leads CodeArmy to identify three traits. But is it that straightforward, questions Karamjit Singh.
Patrick Grove keeps pushing it as he seeks to help shape the Digital Economy not just in Malaysia, but Southeast Asia as DNA’s only 3-peat Digerati50.
Steinbeis Malaysia Foundation uses crowdsourcing to accelerate innovation for SMEs and DNA introduces its Digerati50 for the 2018-2019 period.
Rising labour costs see world’s largest glove maker turn to digital as a big part of the answer.
The third group of DNA's Digerati50 are introduced to readers. These are people who are are trying to make a difference and help shape Malaysia's Digital Economy.
One of the most successful dotcom era entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia, Mark Chang, prefers entrepreneurs who work longer on their ideas.
Khailee Ng is arguably the most charismatic angel and seed investor in Southeast Asia and is a repeat Digerati50 as well.
After becoming the first Malaysian to sell his startup to a Silicon Valley company in 2011, Azrul Rahim took too long of a break and is now making up for lost time.
The humbling but enriching entrepreneurial journey of Zafrul Noordin has taught him to be patient and value teamwork.
MDEC CEO not afraid to take risks in order to make big impact, pushes MSC Malaysia companies to be bold, go global.