Ganesh Kumar Bangah
Mark Chang exits JobStreet.com, James Khoo of SecQ.me exits but under different circumstances, while MOL Global’s Ganesh Bangah Kumar has to deal with the fallout from his CFO quitting on the eve of his debut results announcement. It’s a tale of exits in the ecosystem this week!
Nasdaq-listed MOL Global Inc, which had a dismal debut on the stock exchange, announced it would delay reporting its third quarter 2014 financial results and that its CFO had resigned, which saw its shares plunge and US law firms announcing they were investigating the company.
Karamjit Singh finds himself disagreeing with Dr V. Sivapalan over how 2015 will shape up from an investing point of view. What do you think?
The payments market has ensconced players and may be facing stiff competition from deep-pocketed foreign companies eyeing the South-East Asian region, but there are still opportunities aplenty for the enterprising startup, said the two panellists at the DNA-TeAM Disrupt discussion on ‘Pay to Play.’
Nasdaq-listed MOL Global’s CEO Ganesh Kumar Bangah joins Disrupt#24 as a panelist, and Karamjit Singh is looking forward to the exchange that will happen on the topic of e-payments.
Much to his surprise, while attending an Internet conference in Oslo, DNA founder Karamjit Singh discovers many familiar challenges and obstacles faced by Scandinavian entrepreneurs.
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There is still hope that 2014 can be ‘Startup Malaysia Year’ and DNA founder Karamjit Singh shares his reasons why.
Having got his Nasdaq listing, albeit on a rough opening day, Ganesh Kumar Bangah now has to answer to the toughest investors in the world every 90 days. However, he believes MOL Global has all the right products and strategy.
Malaysian eyes will be on the Budget 2015 proposal being tabled on Oct 10, while a few will be wondering about MOL Global’s disappointing debut on Nasdaq – but after all, entrepreneurship sometimes is about picking yourself up from a stumble and having another go, writes DNA executive editor A. Asohan.