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.
Tech intensity is a firm’s level of tech adoption multiplied by level of tech capabilities Grab partnership all about upskilling of drivers, merchant-partners, as well as their families
Posts a growth of 276% year-on-year in savings through merchant cashback.
Southeast Asia’s most valuable tech startup grows into a superapp by being fundamentally, a social enterprise.
Total investment in super app grows to US$703 million.
Offences in the cyber world are proliferating as Courts deal with online scams, sedition, sex bloggers and naughty e-hailing drivers.
Move follows growth in the region, with customers including Alibaba, Singapore Ministry of Defence, GovTech Singapore, Toyota, Nintendo and Grab.
ShopBack sees as many orders in January 2019 as it did in December 2018.