Patrick Grove

Week in Review: It’s becoming more about synergy than small fish eating the big fish
A startup led by a 55-year old with deep domain knowledge raises US$25 million and highlights the opportunities in serving Brick & Mortar businesses.
Malaysia’s digital economy on a slow and steady incline
Though relatively young, Malaysia’s startup ecosystem is on an upward trajectory
7 predictions for Southeast Asia’s tech scene in 2017
SEA to become a bigger Internet market than the US Funding will be harder to get, but at least three companies will raise 9 figure rounds (US$100 mil and above)  
Week in Review: IDC pours cold water on Indonesia’s e-commerce market daydreams
IDC Indonesia pours some much needed cold water on the sizzling e-commerce market of Indonesia while Patrick Grove shares what he feels entrepreneurs need in order to succeed.
Patrick Grove's insights to building a successful startup
Five points to turn your idea into a big beautiful business
Universiti Malaya set to launch USTART Malaysia 2016
Universiti Malaya, via UMCIC organises the second USTART Malaysia 2016 on 22-23 November 2016 at the Research Management and Innovation Complex, Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.
What’s Next 2016: Brick-and-mortar world will always be around, says Vincent Tan
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.
The Ensogo bombshell: Quits SEA e-commerce space, CEO resigns
A mere two months after speaking confidently of its latest pivot, Ensogo CEO Krzysztof Marszalek has stepped down and the company is closing all its SEA e-commerce units. Karamjit Singh has the story, including why this is a rare failure for Patrick Grove.
Week in Review: Should the CEO be a chief pivoting officer?
Patrick Grove’s Wild Digital and its stellar cast of speakers captures the attention of Karamjit Singh, would like to see competitors to some of Grove’s businesses invited next year as well as some of the giant Chinese and Indian startups.
We completely f**ked up in our first 8yrs: Catcha’s Patrick Grove
It took Catcha eight years of stumbles before it finally found success said cofounder Patrick Grove, who also listed the 5Ps of building a disruptive business at the Wild Digital conference in KL.
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