CIOs from largest healthcare provider, global construction specialist on panel To share pain points, what smaller tech companies can do to win confidence
‘If you don’t see the light at the end of the tunnel, then you got to get out’ Entrepreneurs must be willing to put their egos aside and hire the right talent
Company plays in the set-top box and embedded systems space Founder to share the strategies that worked and those that did not WITH the 15th DNA-TeAM Disrupt just hours away, at 5.30pm today (Feb 19), I am overjoyed to welcome Select-TV chief executive officer C.S. Goh as a panelist.
DNA-TeAM’s kickoff for 2014 to focus on consumer and enterprise trends Panellist from Frost joined by entrepreneur Bikesh Lakhmichand
The perception that bumiputera-led technology companies have an easier time winning contracts from the Government because of their purported special privileges no longer holds true, according to the DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel discussion.
Govt and state tech jobs reserved for bumiputera firms, various initiatives to support them Odds actually stacked against true bumiputera entrepreneurs, especially in private sector
Yes, let’s really make 2014 Startup Malaysia Year! Need logo, tagline, and for spinoff VC firms to materialise
Potentially over US$70 million in venture funding to be launched Internet entrepreneurs TS Wong, Patrick Grove playing major role IS Malaysia on the verge of becoming a fantasy come true for startups starved for funding?
Let’s stop just talking about the funding gap in the Malaysian and even larger South-East Asian ecosystem, and help do something about it, writes A. Asohan.
There are two things missing in the Malaysian startup ecosystem -- sufficient English language proficiency and an emotional support system for entrepreneurs, writes DNA founder Karamjit Singh.