DNA on BFM
DNA founder Karamjit Singh had extra fun on today’s Tech Talk segment on BFM as he disrupted Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs theory. Catch the podcast to hear his rationale for doing so.
The key question from this week’s DNA Tech Talk show on BFM was about why Asian entrepreneurs did not see the value in Patrick Grove’s iProperty.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh on the balancing act CEOs have to maintain in trying to push forward their digital agenda, and a look at two startups: One in the infant stage, the other an ‘old hand.’
Not surprisingly, the What’s Next conference was still foremost on Karamjit Singh’s mind for this week’s show, though he also spoke about affordable broadband and Malaysia’s upcoming national budget announcement.
Is Uber a technology or transport company? What about GrabTaxi? To the Jakarta Transportation Agency, it does not matter, says Karamjit Singh.
The podcast from this week's Tech Talk show on BFM Radio, featuring DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
This week's show starts with the incredible US$350-million record-breaking round that Malaysian-launched and -owned GrabTaxi has announced, but also looks at other startups playing the regional game, as well as not-so-old-school player Telekom Malaysia.
In this week’s Tech Talk show on BFM Radio, Karamjit Singh is really struck by how an entrepreneur with no domain expertise was able to raise almost US$200 million for his startup while another, who started around the same time and has deep technical expertise and almost 100 patents, has raised around US$10 million.
This week's Tech Talk show on BFM kicked off with the big RFP from the UEM Group for its technology transformation project.