Bangkok-based on-demand logistics startup Deliveree is shifting its focus to business customers rather than duking out it in the low-margin consumer arena.
It has been a quick fall and a long, still ongoing clamber back up for BlackBerry Ltd, but it hasn’t thrown in the towel yet.
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.
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.
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.
Ensogo Ltd has cut its staff strength from 600 to under 300 in the first three months of this year, restructuring its business after reporting widening losses for its 2015 financial year.
Despite being the underdog in a very competitive space, Loanstreet.com.my cofounder Jared Lim believes there is still plenty of room for his fintech startup to grow.
Malaysia-based social media startup Gaption intends to create a new environment where content creators get monetary rewards.
When Unified Inbox first began mapping out its go-to-market strategy, the path seemed clear-cut – but numerous challenges saw it pivoting, which the company believes has opened up new vistas and market opportunities.
A leading Norwegian entrepreneur based in Silicon Valley shares some observations about entrepreneurs in Norway, and has some advice for founders heading State-side expecting money to be thrown at them.