The theme for the next DNA-TeAM Disrupt discussion and gathering is 'mobile,' where our panelists will share their thoughts on what the key trends in the mobile space are going to be, this year and beyond.
Malaysians know quite well that the bane of all government initiatives lies in the execution. What the DNA-TeAM Disrupt sharing session on Nov 20 did was to open DNA founder Karamjit Singh's eyes to the Achilles’ heel of our creative multimedia industry – distribution.
With Disrupt#3 only hours away at 5.30pm today, Digital News Asia is pleased to announce Hasnul Hadi Samsudin as the third panelist in our discussion titled “Creative Content: Does Malaysia have talent? Is that enough to create success stories?”
The third of the monthly DNA-TeAM Disrupt series of sharing and networking events, on Nov 20, is on digital content. Specifically, our panelists are going to share their thoughts on the topic "Creative Content: Does Malaysia have talent? Is that talent enough to create success stories?” The panelists include Leon Tan of 'War of The Worlds: Goliath' fame and Chun Chong Leong, who has worked with Electronic Arts in Los Angeles and Shanghai, and headed Disney Interactive’s studio in Shanghai.
Berjaya Group billionaire founder Tan Sri Vincent Tan was in top form at the DNA-TeAM Disrupt session recently, regaling the audience with anecdotes and sharing his fear of the economic impact of the poor quality of English.
The second DNA-TeAM Disrupt gathering will feature the Berjaya Group’s founder and tycoon Tan Sri Vincent Tan, who will talk about his experience investing in tech companies; and Cradle’s Johnathan Lee, who will share his thoughts on angel investing in Malaysia.
The inaugural DNA-TeAM Disrupt networking session threw up various questions about MDeC and its role in regards to the Multimedia Super Corridor and Digital Malaysia initiatives. DNA founder Karamjit Singh, who moderated the session, reflects on them.
The Digital Malaysia masterplan to transform the nation into a fully-developed digital economy should focus on policies and not projects, said a successful dotcom entrepreneur at the DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel discussion on With Digital Malaysia, is MDeC still relevant?
The Technopreneurs Association of Malaysia (TeAM) is reviving its monthly learning, growing and sharing get-togethers, this time in association with newly-launched technology news portal Digital News Asia (DNA), this time rebranded as the DNA-TeAM Disrupt series.