Ganesh Kumar Bangah

#MYCYBERSALE 2017 hits RM311mil gross merchandise value
Exceeds set GMV target for 2017 while registering an export revenue growth of over 254%.
#MYCYBERSALE 2017 to boost to e-commerce sector
Over 1,000 merchants and 500 exporters sign up for this online sale.
Week in Review: Traditional media player, Media Prima, makes a US$24mil move for scale & millenials
Deal will not be ecosystem catalyst says Ganesh Kumar Bangah Acquisition frees Patrick Grove, Khailee Ng to pursue other projects CORPORATE acquisitions of startups have always been one of the gaping holes in the startup ecosystem of Southeast Asia and so it was a lift to see such a deal happen in Malaysia this week.
MOL founder advises young entrepreneurs to be most careful when successful
MOL Global founder, Ganesh Kumar Bangah, advices startup founders to adopt strategic planning for growth, performance reporting and risk management as a core part of their business.    
Week in Review: Cradle’s CGP sets yardstick for C-level intervention programmes
Karamjit Singh hails Cradle’s Coach & Grow Programme as the outstanding C-level intervention programme for tech entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia.
Pikom launches e-commerce chapter, targets 2,000 new members
The new chapter will work closely with the National E-Comerce Council (NECC) and Malaysian Digital Economy Corp (MDEC)​ New chapter led by e-commerce veteran Ganesh Kumar Bangah
What’s Next 2016: Tycoon Vincent Tan on his costly failures
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.
Week in Review: Satya woos geeks in SEA
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella was in the region and was courting developers, reinforcing the view that geeky is now uber-cool, writes Karamjit Singh, who also talks about two events he was involved with in Penang.
MOL Global’s short and bumpy Nasdaq journey
Only about 19 months after its Nasdaq IPO, MOL Global is going to be delisted: Goh Thean Eu takes a deeper look into its shortlived journey.
MOL delisting won’t hurt SEA startup ecosystem
The delisting of MOL Global Inc from Nasdaq is not expected to cast a dark cloud over the South-East Asia tech startup ecosystem, as the region still promises high growth potential.
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