2018 had lots to offer in terms of entrepreneurship journeys and the area of talent development.
Raj Ridvan Singh is dissatisfied with education facilities for the needy and has a scalable, cost effective solution to bring education to low income earners.
As Malaysia’s digital infrastructure, especially mobile, gets better, great care must be exercised to ensure the digital gap is closed to ensure inclusive participation.
Google Malaysia has launched a programme that it says will enable not-for-profit organisations in the country to go further in their mission to serve their respective causes by leveraging some of its most well known tools for free or for a highly discounted rate.
A total of 418 teams entered the inaugural DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge Asia, a regional startup competition that aims to raise awareness and build a culture of social entrepreneurship in Asia, and 12 teams have been shortlisted.
MyTeksi is working with Science of Life Studies 24/7 (SOLS 24/7), a non-governmental organisation that focuses on educating and empowering the lives of those in rural communities, on a donation drive themed ‘Delivering Happiness’ to collect used toys and English books for 2,000 children in underserved communities.
Do Something Good, an online portal that seeks to matchmake volunteers with non-profit organizations, was launched June 12. What's this site all about? Why does it exist? And how is it unique? Edwin Yapp has the story.