Ganesh Kumar Bangah
While most of the startup ecosystem hails the Alibaba deal for Lazada as being positive, Karamjit Singh presents two different views about its impact.
Besides making money, there are other things that define a good deal, according to a group of investors at the recent MBAN Summit.
The Demo Day for the pioneer batch of MaGIC’s MAP startups was a strong success, writes Karamjit Singh.
The National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom) elected a new chairman as well as new office bearers and councillors for 2016 at its recent annual general meeting (AGM), even as the industry faces challenging times.
Despite fintech startups being the sexy new kids on the block, and a host of new digital-fuelled payment initiatives and platforms, such disruption will not kill off the incumbents, MOL Inc founder and chairman Ganesh Kumar Bangah told the What's Next conference.
DNA’s What’s Next: The Business Impact of Disruptive Technology conference adds Hong Leong Islamic Bank CEO Teh Maimunah to its speaker list, with Karamjit Singh pointing out that DNA invited her to ensure the conference focuses on ‘keeping it real.’
What’s an old-school business guy doing at a tech conference? Probably because his most famous venture harnessed technology and innovative business models to disrupt the entire global airline industry, and he is aiming to do the same to other industries, writes DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
After a series of acquisitions over the past few years, as well as the ‘financial data errors’ incident which saw a delay in its reporting, MOL Global will have a smaller appetite for mergers and acquisitions in 2015.
It has been a week of ‘2s’ for Karamjit Singh as he talks about the two leadership changes DNA wrote about, and two abuses of power, with one striking very close to the heart for him.
MOL Global founder Ganesh Kumar Bangah tells Goh Thean Eu that vacating his CEO role is the right decision for the company … and will also give him more time to get a life, amongst other things.