Standard Chartered Saadiq CEO, Mohammad Ali Allawala and head of digital, Aizuddin Danian Izham, share the bank’s approach to improving customer experience.
Tony Fernandes reminds entrepreneurs that dreams do come true, to not worry about failure and that it’s all about passion. With passion, you will find a way to work through challenges, he says.
Some insightful startup sharing from three leading startups in the region offer food for thought for anyone already on their roller-coaster startup ride or those thinking of starting theirs.
The majority of independent game studios do not survive past their first game according to Rami Ismail, co-founder of Dutch independent game studio Vlambeer.
Offering his customers a worry-free overseas trip from bill shock, Jef Ong, took a lot of risks in his path to becoming a disruptor in the telco market.
Malaysian tycoon Vincent Tan revealed that most of the new businesses he invested in 2000 for RM200 million (about US$50 million at current rates) have failed.
A visit to a stroke facility while he was still a student left a deep imprint on a young Khor Kang Xiang, leading led him down a 7-year journey to launching his own company and a line of compact, portable and affordable rehabilitation robots, writes Renuka Sena.
Does Malaysia have a level playing field for private businesses? What business model should universities adopt when it comes to commercialising their research? This, and more …
Malaysia may be ready to become the regional BDA hub, but it needs to address two main challenges: The talent gap, and the ability to accept failure as part of the innovation game.
Entrepreneur Joel Neoh, founder of KFit and former Groupon VP, spent a weekend in deep thought, reflecting over how real-life lessons helped reshape some advice he got while growing up. He shares his thoughts here.