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Introducing Nadi Digital Economy Malaysia
Weekly 15-min analysis of key stories in Malaysia’s Digital Economy DNA editors, with over 55 years of combined tech journalism, will pick 4-5 stories
Review: The Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition streamlines what makes the S20 devices great into a more affordable package
Confusing naming conventions aside, the S20 FE may be stripped-down in terms of luxury, but it retains a lot of what makes the S20 devices great, and is one of the best high-end Android devices around
The bold, the brave, the inspiring…meet the 2020/2021 batch of Digerati50
Highest number of female entrepreneurs in current Digerati50 edition Malaysia’s Digital Economy will be built on back of its tech entrepreneurs
Week in Review: Advice from an executive on the frontlines
Advice from an executive who has faced the disruption caused by digital resonates with Karamjit Singh and is worth listening to.
Play to WIN, in digital era, urge DNA, iTrain
There has been enough talk about why companies should go digital. It’s time for doing, say DNA and iTrain. What’s Next workshop series launched.
DNA lands in Indonesia
Indonesia joins Malaysia and Singapore as markets DNA covers in more depth, as it grows to fulfill its vision of becoming the most credible tech news media in South-East Asia, writes founder Karamjit Singh.
DNA raises RM1mil in seed funding from IdeaRiverRun
Digital News Asia (DNA), an independent technology news portal, announced today that it has secured RM1 million (approximately US$300,000) in seed funding from IdeaRiverRun (IRR), a private equity fund.
Disrupt: The science and art of media relations
As my colleague Gabey Goh announced on June 11, the Disrupt panel discussion and networking event on June 19 will focus on the science and art of media relations, with its theme ‘Rules of Engagement: Media Relations 101.’
DNA 1st Anniversary Contest
To close out 1st anniversary celebrations, Digital News Asia is hosting a small contest for readers!
Disrupt: Founders are not perfect, but it’s okay
Founders are often credited as being the force behind their own creation largely because of their vision and passion, and rightly so -- but being human, their weaknesses can also hinder their companies' success, a panel of entrepreneurs said.
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