Karamjit Singh finds himself disagreeing with Dr V. Sivapalan over how 2015 will shape up from an investing point of view. What do you think?
The panellists at DNA-TeAM Disrupt rejoiced at the prospect of more funds flowing into the ecosystem next year, but lamented the fact that many investors still ask ‘template questions.’
In a week when Khailee Ng shared what he looks for when making investments, and a small hardcore team of grouchy tech journalists raising, Disrupt #25 will delve into ‘What are the right questions for investors to ask?’, so DNA founder Karamjit Singh chips in with his two cents’ worth too.
Many entrepreneurs say that the type of questions an investors asks, says a lot about the type of investor they are, and hence the DNA-TEAM Disrupt panel discussion for November asks: Are Investors Asking All the Wrong Questions?
The payments market has ensconced players and may be facing stiff competition from deep-pocketed foreign companies eyeing the South-East Asian region, but there are still opportunities aplenty for the enterprising startup, said the two panellists at the DNA-TeAM Disrupt discussion on ‘Pay to Play.’
Nasdaq-listed MOL Global’s CEO Ganesh Kumar Bangah joins Disrupt#24 as a panelist, and Karamjit Singh is looking forward to the exchange that will happen on the topic of e-payments.
A new exit opportunity opens for startups based in Malaysia, while the continued good progress made by iMoney inspires, writes DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
The entrepreneurship journey is never easy and requires certain types of personality and select ingredients for success, noted the panellists at the Sept 24 DNA-TeAM Disrupt discussion on ‘Meet the Disruptors.’
Hakim Karim of GridMarkets to share experience Raising Series A after two angel rounds in 2014 WITH Disrupt#22 almost upon us, I am excited to announce that Hakim Karim, cofounder of GridMarkets, will be joining our panel tomorrow (Sept 24).
There are two key messages from the successful fund-raising by Nova Founders Capital, says Karamjit Singh. What do you think?