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Fitness products brand, Garmin, selects Singapore as its regional headquarters for its SEA push.
Despite the turmoil of 2015’s currency fluctuations in South-East Asia, the region remains the top Dell market in Asia Pacific and stands to benefit from the EMC merger, Benjamin Cher is told.
Find your niche, deliver value, never give up, and develop your people if you want to be great, says CGP graduate Vincent Lee Hong Fay of Wavelet Solutions.
Any large company in the brick-and-mortar world that attended last week’s Wild Digital conference in Kuala Lumpur, organised by Catcha Group, would have walked away very sober and alarmed, writes Karamjit Singh.
Patrick Grove has thrown his hat into the South-East Asian online video ring, and he is betting on entrepreneurial flair and his New York-based partner, Evolution Media Capital, to give him the knockout punch against competitors such as Singtel.
DNA launches a new channel dedicated to covering the Personal Tech space. Founder and CEO Karamjit Singh explains why, and what the new channel will set out to do.
South-East Asia has some of the fastest growing markets, the most innovative tech companies, and the most active investors in spite of its fundamental weaknesses – and leapfrogging companies will pull in the investments, writes Golden Gate Ventures’ Justin Hall.
Couples app Between has recently crossed the 10-million download mark, claiming 100% year-on-year growth thanks to overseas markets such as Japan, Taiwan and South-East Asia. Its goal for 2015 will be to make the app into a platform, which will allow it to continue to monetise from the niche user base it serves.
Having raised around US$325 million (RM1.12 billion) to date, Anthony Tan now has to demonstrate his management and leadership chops after proving he has among the best sales skills of any startup founder in Asia, much less South-East Asia writes Karamjit Singh.