DNA founder and CEO Karamjit Singh has decided that ‘How’s business?’ is a question which he refuses to get used to. He explains why.
In all the talks and discussion on technology entrepreneurship and how to nurture startup ecosystems, a critical part that is often neglected is the human element, argued the panellists at a DNA-TeAM Disrupt session.
As the leader of the pack at the increasingly popular WebCampKL community of hackers and geeks, the ebullient Ngeow Wu Han needs little introduction within the startup scene in Kuala Lumpur. He joins DNA-TeAM’s Sept 19 Disrupt session as a panellist, alongside David E. Weekly.
Malaysian startups may find it easier to sell to overseas customers than their fellow Malaysian companies, which may be due to a lack of confidence in local capability or the more risk-averse nature of decision-makers here, said panellists at the recent DNA-TeAM Disrupt discussion.
What’s a desperate Malaysian entrepreneur who has built a solid solution or service to do? How does he convince customers in his own backyard to give him a chance to show what he can do? How does he get that foot in the door? Join us in the next DNA-TeAM Disrupt session.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh shares his views on last week's DNA-TeAM Disrupt discussion, which had the theme: E-commerce -- is it game over?
DNA founder and CEO Karamjit Singh asks two questions: why are Malaysian homegrown companies not attracting the interest of global tech players? Why are large Malaysian companies not keen on taking equity into homegrown startups?
The July DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel session on e-commerce in Malaysia saw even arch-nemeses agreeing with each other as they discussed the market potential and challenges that lay ahead.
The upcoming DNA-TeAM Disrupt on e-commerce is shaping up to be an exciting affair, with the inclusion of two more panellists: Mohd Suhail Amar Suresh Abdullah, executive vice president and head of Virtual Banking & Payments, Maybank Bhd and Lim Kok Hing, founder of online payment systems provider iPay88
Startups and PR agencies seeking coverage should do their homework on the media outlets they want to approach so as to better pitch their stories, DNA Disrupt panellists said.