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Week in Review: It’s R&D to us Asians, thank you
With GrabTaxi’s launch of a US$100mil R&D centre in Singapore, DNA founder Karamjit Singh has some questions answered – but of course now has more questions in his mind.
Week in Review: Tale of three ‘exits’
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!
SecQ.me founder James Khoo quits the startup life
James Khoo of personal safety app startup SecQ.me, who is leaving the company he founded more than three years ago and will be looking for a full-time job to support his family, talks to A. Asohan.
Digerati50: Personal growth leads to business growth
Digital News Asia (DNA) continues a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014. For information on customised reprints of Digertai50, email [email protected]
Week in Review: Defending the rights of all Malaysian netizens
DNA will be watching out for and defending the rights of all Malaysian netizens to a free flow of information, but our job will be made easier if all of you get behind us, writes CEO and founder Karamjit Singh.
SecQ.me cuts prices for Watch Over Me personal safety app
SecQ.me Sdn Bhd has cut the price of its Watch Over Me personal safety app from RM80 a year to RM36 for the full service, for those who download it before Jan 31, 2014.
Week in Review: Does not have to be ‘Made in Malaysia’
GridMarkets looks like one of the most promising companies to emerge from the Malaysian startup scene -- does it matter that it is not a 'Malaysian company'?
SecQ.me receives US$155,000 Cradle grant
Latin America, here we come! That, or something along those lines, must have been among the hoots of joy that reverberated in SecQ.me’s office when founder James Khoo and his cofounder Chin Xin-Ci were told they would receive a US$155,000 (RM500,000) grant from Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd.
Week in Review: Angel, accelerator, the coolness of coding
If there is going to be a coding revolution in Malaysia, there are people to credit as its spark, writes Karamjit Singh.
SecQ.me gets an angel, about to seal telco deal
SecQ.me, which developed the watch Over Me app, has got an angel investor on board, is about to lock in a government grant, and is expected to soon announce a deal with a telco.
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