Ganesh Kumar Bangah
Karamjit Singh hails Cradle’s Coach & Grow Programme as the outstanding C-level intervention programme for tech entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.