Although Malaysia's digital adoption rate is comparable to advanced economies, the actual digital adoption by businesses is that of a lower middle-income country.
Building his own company and gaining traction has given Kal Joffres the ability and confidence to make bolder decisions, pursue the approaches he feels are the right ones.
Malaysian crowdfunding platform for education projects Give.my is urging people to donate their old smartphones to its Virtual Reality Field Trips programme for underprivileged students.
Lack of co-working businesses to meet the growing community of startups Successful co-working spaces are a centre of gravity for the community: Joffres
The recent Makeweekend Robotics bootcamp gathered 100 youth to build technology that might help in future large-scale search operations.
There is a new breed of innovations emerging; innovations with a social purpose, including new strategies, products, services and business models that meet social needs such as education and healthcare, writes Kal Joffres.
If there is going to be a coding revolution in Malaysia, there are people to credit as its spark, writes Karamjit Singh.
The Youth Trust Foundation (myHarapan) has recognized Tandemic for its successes in promoting innovation by youth as well as volunteering at the 2012 Hope Awards, held in conjunction with the Youth Social Business Summit in Kuala Lumpur.
The Social Innovation Lab, launched in conjunction with the World Innovation Forum 2012 in Kuala Lumpur on Nov 5, aims to partner businesses and NGOs to spur social enterprises.
Do Something Good, an online portal that seeks to matchmake volunteers with non-profit organizations, was launched June 12. What's this site all about? Why does it exist? And how is it unique? Edwin Yapp has the story.