Tony Fernandes reminds entrepreneurs that dreams do come true, to not worry about failure and that it’s all about passion. With passion, you will find a way to work through challenges, he says.
This week’s show had Karamjit Singh talking about five stories, from the Ata Plus launch to Tune Talk’s swagger and Grab taking on Uber’s bike challenge.
This week sees Karamjit Singh’s attention grabbed by some creative marketing from a Tony Fernandes-owned telco, and the desire of an Indonesian e-commerce pioneer to stay local – by not taking in a foreign investor.
Tune Talk CEO Jason Lo touts the ‘first in the world’ capability of its 8G MiFi service while shying away from clarifying the business model, writes Karamjit Singh.
Dutch mobile consumer analytics solutions provider Flytxt said that Malaysian MVNO Tune Talk has opted for its customer value management solutions.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh recalls the most stressful challenge he has had since founding a startup and taking the entrepreneurial journey: Choosing a new smartphone and a data plan to go with it!
Tune Talk aims to be profitable by year-end, intends to go regional and is targeting to hit five million active subscribers by end-2015.
What gives Jason Lo, CEO of Tune Talk, the most grief? That he has a miniscule RM10-million marketing budget versus the hundreds of millions of his competitors, or that you and I most probably do not know how much we are really paying for our mobile packages?