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.’
As a budding startup, sooner or later, you’ll need to move from pitching to venture capitalists and angel investors, to pitching to journalists. The next Disrupt session looks into this with its theme 'Rules of Engagement: Media Relations 101'.
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.
The youngest member of the DNA team, Gabey Goh, tells us why she made that crazy move, and what she has learned so far.
So how did DNA actually start? What were the factors that led to it happening? Edwin Yapp reveals this and reflects on his own journey with DNA on the occasion of its first anniversary.
Executive editor A. Asohan reflects on DNA’s gleam-in-the-eye stage, conception, birth and journey to date as we prepare for our first anniversary.
Digital News Asia is one year old, and we are celebrating by organising a special Disrupt session: Are you your startup’s worse enemy?
Why do leaders miss seeing sweeping global trends that are about to broadside them? Verne Harnish blames the standard SWOT analysis used in strategic planning.
Today’s DNA-TeAM Disrupt on 'Outsourcing: Has Malaysia Missed the Wave?' will attempt to explore some of the reasons for the sector failing to hit its potential.
It was an awesome week for start-ups, with a standing-room-only crowd at the Echelon Malaysia Satellite event and with leading media group The Star launching an accelerator fund.