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The Demo Day for the pioneer batch of MaGIC’s MAP startups was a strong success, writes Karamjit Singh.
After witnessing MaGIC’s Demo Day for MAP, Karamjit Singh worries about entrepreneurs in Malaysia and Singapore expecting too much from their governments.
Akamai Technologies Inc said it has launched the Akamai One startup programme in Asia Pacific, which it claimed would allow startups to focus on growing their businesses without worrying about the complexity of delivering fast, reliable and secure online experiences for their users.
The business media in Malaysia is beginning to focus more attention on the ‘digital disruption’ and how traditional companies respond – and DNA is in the thick of this widening coverage, writes Karamjit Singh.
Serial entrepreneur and angel investor Douglas Khoo plans to solve the local programmer shortage with his coding academy in Penang, he told Echelon Malaysia 2015.
The Hub Singapore has moved into its new premises at 128 Prinsep Street, saying that it would also be introducing “tailored innovation and impact lab” programmes for corporations looking to innovate through collaborations with startups and entrepreneurs.
IBM Corp has announced three new partnerships with NUS Enterprise, the Singapore infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF)’s 123JumpStart, and Telstra’s muru-D.
Singapore, known as an Asian launchpad for multinational companies in the 1990s, is quickly becoming one for startups in the 2010s – at least, according to the Singapore Startup Ecosystem and Entrepreneurial Toolbox prepared by 500 Startups' Arnaud Bonzom.
Lamenting the startup ecosystem’s lackadaisical attitude to high-tech plays, DNA founder Karamjit Singh believes that QEOS has done the right thing in uniting with an old-economy player.