Clone-type startups are a necessary stage for Malaysia’s current ecosystem and could be deemed the most opportune time for any budding entrepreneur writes Gabey Goh.
Plenty of funding for startups in e-commerce/ mobile space flowing into Asean But don’t be afraid to go against the herd and pursue an idea based on passion
The new wave of entrepreneurs, with the unquenchable will to do something larger than life with their own two hands, is just around the corner. So we should either help them or get the heck out of their way, writes Gabey Goh.
Few startups have made it without a mentor or two – they can be invaluable to your success but shouldn’t be used as crutches, writes Gabey Goh.
Former trickster and now FBI consultant Frank Abagnale’s life story holds many lessons for budding startups, writes Gabey Goh.
Efforts are needed by Malaysia and Singapore to collectively boost the startup ecosystems in both countries, writes Gabey Goh.
Richard Branson, entrepreneur and owner of Virgin Records and Virgin Atlantic Airways, was at the recent CA World to share his insights on innovation.
Sooner or later, many startups will look at joining an incubator or accelerator. If so, what should you take into account when deciding which one to join?
Getting your team right for that startup idea you have is just the first step; you next have to decide on how you’re going to be funded. Getting the right type of funding is often not emphasised enough, writes Gabey Goh.
At the 500 Startups Demo Day in New York recently, investor and entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk did not hold back on what he really thought of some of today’s start-ups and their unrealistic founders, writes Gabey Goh.