DNA-TeAM Disrupt

Disrupt #20: Angels are from heaven, mostly
Disrupt #20 takes a look at angel investors and why they invest and do not invest in certain ideas or entrepreneurs.
Support needed for the psychological stress of founders
DNA founder Karamjit Singh shares some of his thoughts from last Wednesday’s Disrupt session, and wonders if the Digerati50 can help entrepreneurs deal with their psychological stress.
Week in Review: Diversity our strength, contradiction our weakness
MaGIC finally launches officially this weekend, in time for US President Obama's visit, which makes A. Asohan muse about what's wrong -- and right -- in Malaysia and its tech ecosystem.
Disrupt: When startups get cheated, and dealing with ‘money men’
The 17th DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel session, with the theme 'Leadership lessons from startups,' saw our three panellists sharing their secrets and regrets, writes A. Asohan in the second of two parts.
Disrupt: Heartfelt lessons, honesty and founder war stories
The 17th DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel discussion, on the topic 'Leadership lessons from startups,' saw more than its usual share of brutal honesty and heartfelt learnings, writes A. Asohan.
Week in Review: MaGIC will enrich our ecosystem
DNA founder Karamjit Singh tells us what he likes about Cheryl Yeoh, the CEO of MaGIC.
Disrupt#17: Leadership lessons from startups
The 17th instalment of Disrupt brings us up close and personal with the leadership and management challenges startups face as they try to run as fast as possible to gain traction, and attract talent and money.
Disrupt: ‘Everyone’s a CIO’ these days
The DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel session on March 26 saw the CIOs and IT heads of large enterprises discuss the challenges they face and how local technology players, including startups, can play a role in helping them address these challenges.
Mydin IT director confirmed as third panellist for Disrupt #16
Disrupt#16 welcomes Mydin Mohamed Holdings Bhd’s Malik Murad Ali to the panel.
Week in Review: Investors ask the wrong question
DNA founder Karamjit Singh feels early stage investors are hurting their own investments when they focus too much on how companies can make money instead of ensuring they build a great product with market fit.
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