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.
We should applaud the tenacity of Code Army founder, Zafrul Noordin, writes Karamjit Singh in his thoughts for this week’s Week in Review column.
After wasting over two years before finding Code Army’s niche, which involved abandoning gamification and narrowing its focus, cofounder Zafrul Noordin tells Karamjit Singh that he wants to help his fellow Malaysians avoid the same mistakes he did – via the Lean Startup Machine.
Team Owe$ome, which won the leg of AngelHack in early June with its debt collection app, went to Silicon Valley to compete in the international edition, placing third among the 35 global startups it went up against. In this, the second of a two-part article, Owe$ome ‘creative head and idea founder’ Joann Soon talks about her experience in the Valley.
Guided by belief the Asian market will follow US Seeking RM3mil to accelerate market presence Article ammended to correct some errors
Executive editor A. Asohan reflects on DNA’s gleam-in-the-eye stage, conception, birth and journey to date as we prepare for our first anniversary.