Malaysia will get to experience a new ride hailing service in the form of airasia ride, a subsidiary of airasia Group
Singapore’s Fintech industry has proven resilient with deal numbers for the first half of 2021 (1H 2021) growing highest in three years (year-over-year) since the first half of 2018, according to a new study by KPMG.
Grab and Microsoft announce partnership in Malaysia with training and development programmes designed to empower driver and delivery partners with digital skills.
The new initiatives include a new carbon offset feature and electric vehicle pilot programmes in partnership with Hyundai.
MalaysiaKini’s contempt case, Federal Court’s rationale for judgement On the horizon: Taxi association’s RM100m class-action lawsuit against Grab
450 valid vulnerabilities thanks to efforts of over 200 ethical hackers Ethical hackers could have key impact on security of their technology
Chris Leong: Entrepreneurial innovation cannot progress if all in silo e-Nation, bridge making ecosystem smarter through sharing of lessons
Nabila Hassan makes the point that governments in Southeast Asia should encourage public-private partnerships while ensuring that overdependence on technology companies are mitigated by putting citizens’ rights at the forefront.
Responding to an article by The Malaysian Reserve about Malaysian startups preferring to list in Australia's ASX market, Aaron Sarma highlights the advantages of Malaysia as a startup base.
The round is co-led by East Ventures and SMDV.