MDEC’s capstone event curates a host of November digital and tech industry events, with the purpose of helping Malaysian tech ecosystem companies to share and learn from each other.
In this 2nd part of his series on helping entreprenuers navigate the biggest challenge of their lives, Gopi Ganesalingam stresses the importance of pivoting with purpose.
Encourages homegrown tech champions to share experience & mentor Collaborative effort needed with private sector to drive Malaysia’s Digital Economy
Created from merger of National Space Agency & Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency Savings of US$4.9mil & getting data, using it in practical ways to benefit economy
Ability for up to four users to collaborate simultaneously Able to share presentations out to all participants
Digi Postpaid Family™ Plan with its focus on sharing is gaining in popularity with families.
Action cameras aren’t dead and GoPro is charged to prove its new Hero6 Black and Fusion will appeal to consumers and prosumers.
The etiquette and processes need to be developed for dealing with interactions as they now become increasingly digital.
After introducing Vintent Tan founder of Berjaya Corporation group of companies yesterday, Karamjit Singh today introduces Nick Nash, group president of South-East Asia’s most valuable startup, Yasmin Mahmod of MDEC and a top management consultant from McKinsey & Co to What’s Next. And yes, you can say that he is a little bit excited!