All eyes are on the entry of Car X Services Sdn Bhd’s MyMotor.my into the Malaysian online automotive classifieds space, currently dominated by ASX-listed iCar Ltd and Singapore’s 701Search Pte Ltd.
This week's Tech Talk show on BFM kicked off with the big RFP from the UEM Group for its technology transformation project.
For those wondering why e-government services provider MyEG Services Bhd is not involved in the Cradle Seed Ventures Fund, it’s because its cofounder Wong Thean Soon (aka TS Wong) has a new game plan for investing in startups: He wants MyEG to have more control.
E-government services provider MY EG Services Bhd (MyEG) has launched its new automotive portal MyMotor, which it said would offer “an integrated transactional online solution” to vehicle ownership.
After many months of planning, discussions and getting feedback from various stakeholders, the much-awaited Cradle Seed Ventures Pte Ltd has finally launched, with RM40mil in its coffers and 30 to 40 startups in its sights.
The husband-and-wife team behind Malaysia’s online shopping destination FashionValet has much to celebrate about, announcing a multimillion-dollar investment led by Elixir Capital, a global private equity firm based in Silicon Valley, California. The actual amount was not disclosed.
Wrapping up our Fave 5 series, DNA editor Goh Thean Eu discusses the background of his five favourite stories he wrote in 2014, and why he chose them.
The 27th DNA-TeAM Disrupt panel discussion reinforced the reality that everything is interlinked in the world and,that technology adoption today is part and parcel of building any business. It is only when you decide to invest more than your competitors, that it then becomes a strategic tool, writes Karamjit Singh.
MyEG, one of the largest publicly-listed tech companies in South-East Asia, has come out in an attempt to clear the air over its appointment as the sole provider of the online renewal of foreign workers’ work permits, and issues related to this appointment.
While the overall stock market picture in 2014 seemed gloomy, some companies managed to dodge the larger trend, in particular those tech companies owned by entrepreneurs who made into Digital News Asia’s inaugural Digerati50 list, writes Goh Thean Eu.