One of the most successful dotcom era entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia, Mark Chang, prefers entrepreneurs who work longer on their ideas.
https://www.currenseek.com/A group of top level executives and entrepreneurs from around the world descended to Kuala Lumpur for Endeavor’s first ever International Selection Panel held in Malaysia.
Confident that brick-and-mortar companies will always be around, ‘old economy’ tycoon Vincent Tan explains why he feels so, bolstering his view with examples from Amazon and Alibaba.
MaGIC recently held one of its largest demo days at its campus in Cyberjaya, where over 40 startups pitched their products and business ideas at about 300 investors, partners and other stakeholders.
In his first interview after his deal to sell off the Internet assets of JobStreet.com for US$582 million, Mark Chang speaks to DNA founder Karamjit Singh in New York about his excitement in building the next 10 hot ‘billion-ringgit’ startups.
The MaGIC Accelerator Programme has been launched, and an excited Cheryl Yeoh shares some thoughts with Karamjit Singh, especially about her hopes for how Demo Day could become a blue-chip event.
DNA founder Karamjit Singh looks back at a fun-filled year and picks five of his articles that have left a deep impression on him … and he wants to pick the brains of DNA readers.
From Melbourne, Andrew Bassat has been building into the world’s largest online recruitment business since 1997. He talks to Karamjit Singh about the ‘big cheque’ he wrote to JobStreet and his ambition to provide the perfect search experience for job-seekers and hirers.
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!
Various factors contributed to Mark Chang selling off the Internet assets of JobStreet.com, and there will be no time for him to bask in the achievement of having built a US$610-million (RM2-billion) company, writes Karamjit Singh.